Social responsibility and charity (Part 2)
In this lesson, we will look at how Dickens uses the characters of Ignorance and Want to symbolise the suffering of the poor. We will understand how Dickens creates a stark warning for wealthy members of society to take responsibility for those in most need of help and support.
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Lesson summary: Social responsibility and charity (Part 2)
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