Great Expectations Essay | Pip's Childhood

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Pip's Childhood

Summary: Essay discusses Pip's life from Chapter's 1-20 in "Great Expectations."
In Great Expectation a young man name Pip tells about the challenges that he had to faces growing up. Pip states "I was always treated as if I had insisted on being born, in opposition to the dictates of reason, religion, and, morality and against the dissuading argument of my best friend." In this essay I will use varies example from the book to show how his family, and others view children in Victorian England as burdens.

At the begin of the story a seven year old boy by the name of Pip is found in a graveyard paying respect to his deceased parents on Christmas eve. On Pips visits a convict who escape form a nearby prison ship confronted him. At this point Pip is fearfully of his life due to the threats of the escape prisoner, but as soon as the prisoner learned that Pip lived...

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