Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations: Estella's Influence on Pip

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Great Expectations: Estella's Influence on Pip

Summary: Analyzes the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations. Describes how Estella influences Pip's decisions throughout the novel. Discusses the effect her rejection has upon Pip.
In the novel Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, the reader observes that Estella has a great influence on the main character of the novel, Pip. From the first time Pip laid eyes on her, her beauty enchanted him; and as he saw her more and more he wanted to have her. She is very proud, as Pip states in their first meeting, and she insults Pip for his common ways and coarse hands. This affects him so much that he ends up crying because of these insults. In all, her influence helps Pip have success for a little while, while he believed that his benefactor was Ms. Havisham and that she meant Pip to marry Estella. However she hinders his happiness because his love of her consumes Pip and he cannot escape it.

As a result of Estella's insults of Pip's common upbringing Pip...

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