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Essay | Analysis of "Great Expectations"

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Analysis of "Great Expectations"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
Everybody changes as they grow up, for one reason or another. If because of money or love, people change. This is no different for a young man named Phillip Pirrip, otherwise known as Pip. Pip changes in many different ways, many different times. We see that Pip changes quite often, from a scared, common, poor boy to a rich, upstanding gentlemen. "no man who was not a true gentleman at heart, ever was, since the world began, a true gentleman in manner." (Sparknotes)

As the beginning of the story unfolds, we learn that Pip is a small, orphaned boy who lives with his abusive sister and her husband. Pip one day is strolling through the churchyard when a ragged looking character threatens Pip. This character, which we later find is named Magwitch and that he becomes Pip's benefactor, asks Pip for some food and a file...

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