Great Expectations Essay | Pip's Life in "Great Expectations"

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Pip's Life in "Great Expectations"

Summary: Essay discusses the change in Pip's life in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
Great Expectation is a classic novel written by Charles Dickens about a boy making his life journey of becoming a gentleman, in the 19 century. Pip as the main character change from an innocent poor orphan to an ungrateful young man, and finally become a gentleman that he wants to be. (51)

Pip, Dickens's focus character proves himself innocent in the early years of his life. The main character's name is Pip. Pip is such a sort and common name. Dickens gives him such name because he want to show how simple and innocent the child is. He did not even know what a convict was. "What's a convict"" (21) It shows that he did not ever exposed to evil. He also helped the convict. A convict is a sinner; Pip helped the poor guy because he is such an innocent boy who would help anyone...

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