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An Abundance of Influence in "Great Expectations

Summary: This essay is about the influences in Pip's life from the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
According to the great twentieth century author, T.L. Osborn, "The majority of people who fail are deeply affected by, and therefore subject to the opinions of others. There is nothing more plentiful, and of less value than the opinions of people who are not successful" (www.your-time-now.com). An individual can be influenced in numerous ways and by many kinds of people. Choosing whom to trust and whom not to trust is a very valuable skill. In the novel Great Expectations, Phillip "Pip" Pirrip bounces between the social classes of his society, and throughout this turbulent ride, Pip encounters many people who shape his life through their ever abundant actions. These people, whom are mainly part of the upper class, influence his life in several negative ways, and without these people in his life, Pip would not have experienced many of the...

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