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Character Changes in Great Expectations

Summary: This essay describes how some characters in "Great Expectations" changed and how others did not.

In the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens there are some characters that change as the story progresses. Pip and Estella are examples of characters that change. Some characters, though, do not change with time or are static characters. Examples of these characters are Joe and Biddy.

Pip and Estella undergo a lot of change during the years the story covers. At the beginning of the novel Pip is very shy, timid, and humble. This changes after Pip is exposed to Miss Havisham's mansion and when he receives his fortune. Pip becomes very arrogant, materialistic, and self-centered. When Pip moves to London he develops a snobby attitude and doesn't wish to visit Joe and is even embarrassed when Joe comes visit him in London. Eventually, Pip changes again for the good after he discovers his benefactor was Magwich and that he won't marry Estella. He...

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