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Pip Pipes Up

Summary: Essay discusses how Pip's inner conflict develops in Great Expectations. Essay also ends by predicting what will happen toward the end of the book.
From the beginning of Great Expectations to the end of part 1, a young boy named Pip develops inner conflict. Pip is an orphan, raised by his strict older sister and her loving husband. As far as he knows, Pip is just an ordinary boy living an ordinary life. That is, until he meets a girl, Estella, who tells him otherwise. His inner conflict begins on his first meeting with her. Blinded by her beauty and his desire to impress, Pip struggles to become uncommon and accepted.

Pip's conflict begins when he meets the unkind but beautiful Estella on a forced visit to see a rich victorian woman named Miss Havisham. After meeting Pip, Estella makes a comment about his hands and boots, which affects Pip deeply. Estella exclaims, "and what course hands he has! And what thick boots!" (page 64). Estella's comments trouble Pip because she is so...

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