Great Expectations

5 examples of ways in which the book Great Expectations reflects the characteristics in the Victorian Era?

also explain how it shows the particular characteristic

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-the masses live in relative poverty (Pip, Jo, Mrs.Jo all live with barely enough)

-Rigid class structure (Pip wanting to do the near impossible, transcend his class to be a gentleman)

-Large factories where children work in bad conditions.

-Inhumane prisons and workhouses

-few options for women other than to "marry well". Estella has a bad marriage.