Great Expectations Essay | Pip's Actions in the First Stage of "Great Expectations"

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Pip's Actions in the First Stage of "Great Expectations"

Summary: The actions of the character of Pip in the first part of the classic novel "Great Expectations," by Charles Dickens, are reviewed.
Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, is a novel about a boy named Phillip Pirrip (Pip). In this novel Pip, being the protagonist, is also the narrator. Pip is an orphan who has never seen his parents. In Great Expectations Pip meets some strange character's such as Miss Havisham, the most known character in English Literature.

Pip is introduced in the first chapter of the novel, he is visiting the grave's of his parents.. Pip lives in Britain with his sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery, and Joe Gargery. Mrs. Joe had brought Pip up "by hand." Charles Dickens used the term "by hand' to say that Pip was punished by physical force from Mrs. Joe. In this novel the reader doesn't really get a good idea of what Pip looks like, but in chapter eight Pip gets called a common boy. Pip also...

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