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Personality of Pip

Summary: As a young boy, Pip in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations is playful, curious, and inclined not take to things seriously. However, he is well-mannered and respectful in trying to impress Mrs. Magwitch and Estella, and he becomes someone he isn't in order to earn Estella's love. In the process, Pip learned that you have to be yourself to be liked by others, and that not being true to yourself is unfair to yourself and the people around you.
"Great Expectations"

By

Charles Dickens

Personality of Pip

Pip is a young boy at the age of 12, who is playful and curious. He is also well mannered and respectful when it is time to impress Mrs. Magwitch and Estella. Although Pip is well mannered and respectful he does not want be this way. Throughout the story he learns to become more in tune with himself. In doing this he found happiness and gained more respect from others.

At an early age Pip was very playful and curious. He was simply being a rowdy young boy. Pip liked to ask questions. He would always ask his brother-in-law questions about being a blacksmith. Every time he came across a word that he didn't know, he would ask. While talking to Jon one day he asked "What's Hulks." Jon was not the only person Pip had asked questions. He also...

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