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Essay | Two Endings of Great Expectations

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

Summary: Essay examines which ending of Great Expectations fits better with the story.
The audience wants a happy ending. This is a classic stand-by throughout the world. They want the good to defeat the evil; they want the underdog to save the day; the audience wants the boy to get the girl. Unless it is a cynic, the average person wants everything to work out peachy. Sadly, the truth is that good does not always win out over evil. The benevolent man with lots of heart doesn't always defeat the scoundrel with the cruel and horrible plan. Sometimes the thunder, lightening, and rain take the place of blue skies. Completely ignoring this is foolish, and often acknowledging the darker side of life can have more of an impact than several rosy-cheeked endings. Such is the case of the two different endings in Great Expectations. While the "official" ending is nice and fun, the original ending resembles the story...

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This section contains 805 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on Two Endings of Great Expectations
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