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Great Expectations

Summary: This essay simply discusses the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
The book Great Expectations is considered by many to be Dicken's best. It is set in the early part of the 1800's, in an area he knew well. The tale emphasizes various virtues that held strong during this period being: integrity, respectability, public duty, and maintaining a close family. At the time it was being published, England was in a time of change; it was becoming a world power. As Dicken's world got more democratic, so did his literature. This manuscript holds true to Dicken's style of writing, with his renowned descriptive methods and ability to construct a classic.

The title Dickens chose, I believe, relates to the document in many different ways. This guarantees the reader will find at least one way to justify the label. The most noticeable similarity likely to catch the reader's eye is the constant referral to Pip's "expectations." I took this to...

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