What is implied about England’s government when Dickens has Joe tell Pip that Mrs. Joe does not want him to be able to read and write?In Chapter…

What is implied about England’s government when Dickens has Joe tell Pip that Mrs. Joe does not want him to be able to read and write?In Chapter…

What is implied about England’s government when Dickens has Joe tell Pip that Mrs. Joe does not want him to be able to read and write?In Chapter…

What is implied about England’s government when Dickens has Joe tell Pip that Mrs. Joe does not want him to be able to read and write?In Chapter…

This is a great question because Dickens had personal issue with some of the child labor issues going on in England during that time, this is why he wrote Oliver Twist.During that age many children were used and keeping them uneducated meant they could be used in factories. Laws didn’t protect children. Mrs. Joe wants to profit from Pip, and if she prepares him to be educated, he cannot work in the forge and bring money home for her. It is an attempt to control Pip as long as possible.
What is implied about England’s government when Dickens has Joe tell Pip that Mrs. Joe does not want him to be able to read and write?In Chapter…