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Essay | Great Expectations

This student essay consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis of Great Expectations.
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Great Expectations

Summary: Basically, outlines the main character Pip, and shows how he is a dynamic character in the book "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
The book Great Expectations, written by Charles Dickens, is set in early Victorian England. Times of great distress and social changes were sweeping throughout England, and the world. The Industrial Revolution made London a dreary place, filled with smoke from the factories at day, and lit by gas lamps at night. People everywhere flooded into cities like these to seek economic stability, which a minute number received. The Revolution caused even greater distinguishing qualities in the social ladder; gentlemen and ladies were given different educations and expected to behave certain ways in certain social situations. This book revolves around one main character, an orphan named Pip. Basically, the novel is about Pip's expectations and goals to become a gentleman, and achieve something in life, aside from his home in the marshes. Pip's ambition to become wealthy, his maturity, and his belief that he was destined to be with...

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