Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations - the Character Traits of Pip Throughout the Novel

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Great Expectations - the Character Traits of Pip Throughout the Novel

Summary: Discusses the character traits of Pip as he transforms throughout the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
In the novel Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, Pip starts out a young boy both arrogant and critical of others. Later in life he comes into great expectations. At the conclusion of his life he forms into a man in reverse proportion of what he was as a child. It is a story of love, hate, and irony of situation. At the head of it all is Pip, who is one of the most dynamic characters of the novel.

As an adolescent, Pip acts basically like any other child. He adores Estella like no other, even though she humiliates and makes fun of him. He shows he doesn't have a high self-esteem by doing this. It also, in a way, shows that he thrives for love at any costs because he hasn't gotten any at his home. Pip says...

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