Great Expectations Essay | The Great Expectations of the Main Characters in "Great Expectations"

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The Great Expectations of the Main Characters in "Great Expectations"

Summary: Essay discusses the great expectations of the main characters in the novel "Great Expectations."
Of course, the novel Great Expectations contains many great expectations. The four main characters: Pip, Estella, Provis, and Ms. Havisham all have their own expectations, goals, and aims, each great in their own sense. They are all different, and all important in terms of the novel being complete.

Pip, the protagonist, has many expectations throughout the story. At the beginning, he has none, until he meets Estella. She teases him constantly, and always makes fun of him. Despite all this in combination with Ms. Havisham's intolerable attitude, Pip develops his attraction for Estella considerably. The first real example is when he goes to work for Joe in his blacksmith, and he is afraid that Estella will see him covered in soot. He has a serious crush on her, and he thinks that by learning to read and write he will...

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