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ABUSES OF CHILDREN DURING VICTORIAN TIMES Knight 2 Introduction Charles Dickens was greatly concerned with children’s rights. From the beginning of his book of Great expectations, there is a child by the name Pip who is subjected to corporal punishment by his sister but then he is protected by her husband. He also brought out the theme of utilitarianism and classical economics in his book of Hard Times whereby he states how the government and educational policy if integrated well will bring a bright future to those children who are raised under them, (Powell, 2014). If these two policies are not considered, then children raised under that system will be repressed emotionally. Their imaginations will be starved as well as their creativity discouraged. The children will then grow up to be immorally or have difficulties in connecting with anyone emotionally.
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