Great Expectations Essay | Eating Scene in Great Expectations

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Eating Scene in Great Expectations

Summary: An eating scene in the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
In Charles Dickens' Great Expectations novel, there are many scenes that provide crucial turning points that add to the book and make it more interesting. For example, eating scenes in which characters communicate with one another can reveal one another's motives, thoughts, and/or feelings towards a particular issue. Something as simple as a character sharing their opinion or even a dinner roll might let the reader have more information regarding the book. If I were to scan the book, I would find some of the most important and informative scenes taking place during a meal, banquet, feast, luncheon, or even a family dinner. Basically, I have come to find that when people are consuming food in a comfortable atmosphere, they reveal much more.

When regarding influential eating scenes in the novel Great Expectations, one must consider the "ordinary" dinner when Pip joins Mr. Jaggers...

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