Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations

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Great Expectations

Summary: Summarizes and reviews the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, including important plot points. Examines the character development of Pip.
The book Great Expectations tells a story about a boy who is raised by his sister,her husband, and by a mysterious benefactor. I think Charles Dickens wrote this book to tell a story, and yet a lesson about expectations. Throughout the story Pip the young boy has a great deal of development, and how he deals with certain situations.

Pip seems to start out a strong hero in the book. Then toward the middle he starts to get manipulated and hurt over and over again. However though toward the end he finds that boy he once was and the hero inside. It really showed that his character had a strong change in maturity.

In the beginning Pip always seemed to find his time in the grave yard looking at what once was his parents. When from out of nowhere he is being threatened by some convict begging...

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