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Two Significant Symbols in "Great Expectations"

Summary: My essay is about two important symbols that occur throught out "Great Expectations" written by Charles Dickens.
Dickens's uses many symbols through out his magnificent novels. In Great expectations he uses two major symbols to represent a universal theme. The first symbol he uses is the stars." I could at first see no stars from the chaise-chart. But they twinkled out one by one without throwing any light on the questions."(p.51) These stars that Pip is referring to is when Pip leaves Joe and is going to meet Estella for the first time. Through out the story Pip refers to the stars for their beauty, guidance, and wishes. When Pip first meets Estella he describes her as being a star. "But [Estella] answered at last, her light came along the dark passage like a star." (p.58) Pip describes Estella as being a twinkling beauty because she had an angelic appearance. Pip is fascinated with the stars like he was fascinated...

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