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Essay | Great Expectations

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Great Expectations.
This section contains 423 words
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Great Expectations

Summary: A summary of Charles Dickens' classic story Great Expectations.
The story starts as a view of a young boy, named Pip, in a poor village. His family died except for his sister who currently takes care of him. When Pip is visiting his familiy's grave, he was caught by a convict, scaring him to get him food or he'll kill him. Pip runs home and finds out that his siter is looking for him. He calls his siter Mrs. Joe because he does not have a close relationship with her, but loves her husband joe. Joe is the town's blacksmith and is a nice person, especially to Pip. Before a big dinner, Pip collects food and goes to give it to the convict, but runs into another convict on the way. He gives the original convict the food and tells him about the man he ran into on the way.The convict runs off.

The next morning...

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This section contains 423 words
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