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Essay | Great Expectations

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Great Expectations.
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Great Expectations

Summary: Essay depicts the Pip's transition to a gentleman in the novel "Great Expectations."
In the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, the main character Pip undergoes many changes. In the first section of the book, he is very humble and admiring of his brother-in-law Joe, but in the middle, he becomes very selfish and priggish, and hastily abandons Joe for his great expectations. At the end, he becomes somewhat remorseful that he has neglected Joe and he matures greatly. Pip displays many characteristics of a gentleman, but he has many more character flaws than perfections, so he is not a true gentleman.

Excellent manners at the dining table were very important to a gentleman. Pip wrongly put the knife in his mouth after spearing food on it, and shoved his fork far into his mouth. He used the wrong side of the spoon, and he also put a dinner napkin in a tumbler. Obviously, Pip did not eat grand banquets in...

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