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Essay | Great Expectations: Uniqueness of Characters

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Great Expectations.
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Great Expectations: Uniqueness of Characters

Summary: In "Great Expectations," Charles Dickens reveals his genius for creating unique and notable characters. This is especially true in Dickens's portrayals of Miss Havisham, Estella and Pip.
Charles Dickens is regarded as a genius in his ability to create unique and notable characters. Charles Dickens when making his characters not only makes them unique but also enduring, interesting, and very realistic therefore helping the plot. The three most notable and memorable characters are Miss Havisham, Estella and Pip. I agree that Charles Dickens is a genius and has a great ability in creating characters.

One of the most notable characters is Miss Havisham. Miss Havisham is notable and unique because of her personality. Her personality is unique because her fiancé did not show up at the wedding and even fifty years later she now is bitter like her fiancé was to her. She brought up Estella as a bitter lady like herself. Miss Havisham still wears her wedding dress and stuff like the minute she found the note left by her fianc...

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