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Character Analysis of Pip

Summary: Essay provides a character analysis of Pip from the Charles Dickens' novel "Great Expectations."
It is no question that a person expects certain events throughout ones life. These, along with several other points are put forward in the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. Though Pip's Life he learns about the social standards and the attitude of a person with high social class. Unfortunately this leads him to desire to be of higher class. This would not be a problem but he begins to desire to be higher class and is ashamed of his current class as well as his families' status. When he inherits money rather than working to get to higher class he has become of higher class but has not seen the work it takes to get there. This leads him to grow from a naive teenager who looks down upon most to a competent adult who still has some flawed thoughts about social class.

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