Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations: How Pip Develops Throughout the Story

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Great Expectations: How Pip Develops Throughout the Story

Summary: Analyzes the novel Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. Discusses the character of Pip and describes his development throughout the novel and details the changes he experiences.
In the novel Great Expectations, Pip is the narrator, as well as the main character. He narrates the story of his life and the path he crosses which is, filled either with flowers or with thorns. The Older Pip seems as if he is looking down on himself; he narrates the story in a humorous way and makes light out of dark issues. Nevertheless, throughout Pip's development in the story, he experiences many changes.

At the beginning of the story, Pip is young. He and Joe are such great friends and Pip says, they are "fellow-sufferers" who suffer from Mrs. Joe who brought Pip up by a heavy hand. Also, Pip is an innocent child who suffers from guilt when he does something wrong. He turns out to be sensitive but independent.

Nevertheless, Pip's life gets to a turning point when Miss...

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