Great Expectations Essay | The Settings in Great Expectations

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The Settings in Great Expectations

Summary: Location plays an important role in Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations. Dickens uses the differences between town and country in the novel to allow Pip to find out what is most important to him. Pip, who grew up in the country, originally believed that material things were important; through his experience in London, however, he came to realize that such things were not important at all.
Location, Location, Location! That is the number one thing you look for when buying a home. When a person is in a certain area, it can make them feel happy or down, relaxed or nervous. In books, the location of where the story takes place plays an important role. The people in different settings vary, as do the climate, economy and the attractions, and therefore affect the plot. In Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, the two main settings are the town and the country, which of course, differ greatly.

The country is where Pip, the main character, begins his life. Life in the country is simple. It is the kind of place where most people know who everyone is. There is not too much to do, and life is limited to what is in walking distance. It does not have the most updated technology, but...

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