Great Expectations Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Pip.
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Pip: a Dynamic Character

Summary: Essay discusses Pip as a dynamic character in "Great Expectations."
Change is inevitable. Events are bound to happen that cause every person to change in some way during the course of their lifetime. In Pip's life, his chance of becoming a gentleman with "great expectations" is that event. Pip has a soft and warm personality in the beginning of the book, but then events and people cause him to become cold and somewhat bitter. In the end, he is once again more like the soft and warm person he was in the beginning. Because of his changing personality, Pip is displayed as a dynamic character in Great Expectations.

The best word to characterize Pip in part 1 of the book is "sensitive." Pip cries at Ms Havisham's house because Estella ridiculed him for being a "common-laboring boy," for his calling knaves "jacks," and at his "course hands" and "thick boots." Pip had never realized how inferior his...

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