Trabb's Boy was a young lad who worked for a Tailor named Trabb in the Novel "Great Expectations". On the other hand, Pip was an orphan who the Tailor gave shelter and has evolved to become a well dressed and mannered man. In a certain way, he is the antithesis of Trapp's Boy.
In the novel, Trapps's Boy makes sure the reader is at the notice of Pip's faults. He is a character who is not afraid of what others think of his behavior. However, this does not justify the wrongdoings he has done in the past and his attitude towards Pip, as what society judges are not your emotions, but your actions.
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The Eighteenth Amendment was ratified in the hopes of eliminating alcohol from American life. In that respect, it failed. To the contrary, people intent on drinking found loopholes in the newly passed anti-liquor laws that allowed them to slake their thirst, and, when that didn’t work, they turned to illegal avenues to do so. An entire black market—comprising bootleggers, speakeasies, and distilling operations—emerged as a result of Prohibition, as did organized crime syndicates which coordinated the complex chain of operations involved in the manufacture and distribution of alcohol. Corruption in law enforcement became widespread as criminal organizations used bribery to keep officials in their pockets. Prohibition was detrimental to the economy as well, by eliminating jobs supplied by what had formerly been the fifth largest industry in America. By the end of the 1920s, Prohibition had lost its luster for many who had formerly been the policy’s most ardent supporters, and it was done away with by the Twenty-first
They were afraid of Germany to get civil rights so the three allies formed a treaty known as the Treaty of Versallies and took away almost everything from Germany and blame Germany for the start of the way and paid tons of money to rebuild everything that was lost.