Great Expectations Essay | The Lost Father

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The Lost Father

Summary: In Great Expectations by Charles Dickins, a young boy named Pip is growing up in 19th century England with his sister and her husband Joe. Joe is the person with whom Pip feels the most comfortable. Joe is sympathetic, and optimistic, yet he is also naïve. Joe has a strong role in helping Pip to become more conscious of social class and triggers Pip's aspirations to become a wealthy gentleman.
In Great Expectations by Charles Dickins, a young boy named Pip is growing up in 19th century England with his sister and her husband Joe. Joe is the person with whom Pip feels the most comfortable. Joe is sympathetic, and optimistic, yet he is also naïve. Joe has a strong role in helping Pip to become more conscious of social class and triggers Pip's aspirations to become a wealthy gentleman. It's arguable whether Joe bettered Pip by showing him this side of life. Joe helps Pip become aware of himself as well as how important it is to be a good parent to your children.

Joe is sympathetic towards Pip and helps him to get out of trouble. When Pip comes home late after meeting the convict in the churchyard, Joe tells him that Mrs. Joe is out looking for him and has brought Tickler with...

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