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Pip's Meeting with the Convict in "Great Expectations"

Summary: In "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens, the major character of Pip is a boy who encounters a frightening convict in the marshes near his village. Pip helps out the convict.
Great Expectations is a wonderful prose composed by the all time favourite novelist Charles Dickens. Charles Dickens' Great Expectations is a great novel which narrates a story about an orphan boy, Pip. It deals with diverse problems with life.

Pip is a little boy, whose own family is dead and is being brought up by his aunt and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gargery. They live in a small country village in marshes. Mr. Joe is a blacksmith and Pip is an imaginary child, as well as a close friend of Mr. Joe. Pip is timed, sensitive and afraid of doing wrong.

One day, as Pip was strolling along the marshes, in the necropolis, he came across an escaped convict. He was a fearful man, all in coarse grey, with a great iron on his leg. He wore with no hat...

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