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The new professional rather than the philanthropist comes to be the representative man in the moral society the latter novels contrast idealistically to the reality of industrial England. But we must beware of making too much of the role of the professional man. For example, the role of a character such as Doyce is complex.
But we must beware of making too much of the role of the professional man. For example, the role of a character such as Doyce is complex.
7 During the mid-Victorian period an attempt was made by a number of professions to gain respectability and/or gentlemanly status for their members, by exercising a more severe control over the recruitment, competence and conduct of their fellow professionals. Exams were instituted, parliamentary recognition and registration was sought, and a new and much larger wave of professional institutions came into existence. Among Dickens's own friends there were many professional men. g. Woodcourt (Bleak House) and Doyce (Little Dorrit).