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Independence in "Great Expectations"

Summary: Essay describes the independence in the novel "Great Expectations."
Great Expectations is a novel that follows a boy of seven at the time called Pip. This book follows Pip though the most important stages of his life which are innocence, sin, and redemption. When Pip is first Introuduced to the story, he is in the very beginning of his innocence. Pip began life living with his older sister and her husband. Because of this, many of the adults around him treated Pip like he was an embarrassment or just ignored him. So, continuing on with his life, Pip faces several obstacles and tough decisions, while still struggling through the stages of innocence, sin, and making his way up to redemption.

Pretty soon, Pip fell deeper into his innocence. He wasn't out of his house much (except to walk to the marshes), he didn't have very many friends, and he had extremely little of an education...

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