A Assessment of the Differences in the Author's Viewpoint of Ethics in A Xmas Carol by Charles Dickens and The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins
Charles Dickens’ novel A Holiday Carol (1843) and Wilkie Collins’s novel The Moonstone (1868), both show different communications about their author’s perspective of ethics. The Victorian period was a time when the ethical check out of the globe - and the persons in it -
was undergoing an interval of massive modification. Both works result from an England near to the elevation of its powers, and the chair of an enormous and powerful empire, yet in the home, the vast riches of this empire was not spread fairly. Instead, it had been a period of massive dissimilarities in wealth, with the abundant gaining substantial fortunes, and the indegent forced to do the job in factories or as servants in homes, and face horrible misfortune and suffering.
Victorian England isn't unlike the community today, where billions of folks are poor, as the richest 1% own over fifty percent of all money and resources. Due to this major problem, which exists now and then, it's important to come back to Victorian literature to spell it out how best to react to these challenges today. Both A Holiday Carol and The Moonstone present the several ethical ideas, especially about the way the rich should treat the indegent. Nevertheless, from the ethics of how the rich should treat