The author ridicules the absurdity of some characters, so that the characters sometimes become a borderline between “social norms” and idiocy, which is skillfully covered with hypocrisy. “Dombey and son” is a rebel against the abutments of the society, a rebel against egoism and conceited people.
As marriage is a “mini-society” representation, it is very easy to observe how important marriage is for people from Gopalpur. Family is the only place where a person from Gopalpur may feel protected and secure; it is the source of the possibility to prosper, try to maintain the same economic level or simply to survive.
Actually, it won’t be mistakable to say that economical factor or factor of money is one of the most important in “The Great Gatsby” and it makes all things go around this thing.
As the relationships in the society are very dynamic and people learn how to defend their rights and interests, critical theory suggests a speculation from evidence that the law has grown old and does not completely keep the society interests to the level it should.
Hawthorne clears the difference between women and men but through making this comparison he puts them on the same level and therefore considers a women to a decent “counterweight” to a man.
William Golding’s throughout his novel and characters reveals to the reader how civilized people turn into savages and how social degradation occurs.
F. Scott Fitzgerald throughout his novel and characters tells a story of the degradation of the society and its moral poverty vs. their financial wealth.
Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” shows how a hysterical and evil people can use religion as a mask to hide their true face.
William Golding’s “Lord of the flies” is a very complex novel with an interesting plot.
Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” is a very complex novel with a socially shocking and revealing plot.