Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations - An Analysis of Chapters 1 and 39

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Great Expectations - An Analysis of Chapters 1 and 39

Summary: Analyzes chapters 1 and 39 of the Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations. Describes why each is a pivotal chapter. Details how Dickens presents setting and character in these two chapters and explains what the two chapters tell us of social and historical events of the time.
Analyse chapters 1 and 39 of Great expectations. How dos Dickens present setting and character in these two chapters? What do the two chapters tell us of social and historical importance of the time"

Charles Dickens, the author of Great Expectations is considered to be one of the greatest English novelists. He was born in February 1812 in Landport, Portsmouth. In 1824, his father John Dickens was imprisoned for debt and twelve year old Charles was removed from school and sent to work at a boot-blacking factory earning six shillings a week. I think that this childhood poverty and feelings of abandonment influenced Dickens later views and the ways he wrote. His first story was `A Dinner at Piplar Walk' and it was published in a monthly magazine in December 1833. He married Catherine Hogwarth in 1936 and they separated in 1858. He had ten children, six boys and...

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