The Moonstone

Describe the portray of people by collins in the novel?

Collins's novels are peopled with the outcasts of society—ex-prisoners, servants, addicts, the ugly, and the deformed—portrayed in all their humanity, often with greater colour and sympathy than the heroes and heroines. Was it in consonance with the egalitarian ideas that were floating in the nineteenth century air? Discuss

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