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Great Expectations

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Introduction

Great Expectations "Great Expectations" is a novel written by one of the best and famous authors of all time Charles Dickens in 1861. Charles Dickens who was born in 1812 in Portsmouth was interested in bringing change in his novels which such topics. He believed that the divisions between rich and poor have produced unhealthy society, so he wanted to interrogate. During the Victorian society, it was very different from the one we live in today. The main character of "Great Expectations" is Phillip Pirrip generally known as Pip, has many great expectations in his life, but over the course of time these are slowly shattered Pip, who had a rough upbringing as a child. ...read more.

Middle

This shows that pip wonders about the looks, character of his parents by looking at their graves. This even creates more sympathy that he didn't even get the love of their parents, which every child receives and wants, When pip visits the churchyard where his family is buried, which includes his parents, brothers and sisters. As it mentions "Also Georgiana wife of the above". This makes the reader feel sorrier for him as everyone in his family had died except for him and his sister. Also in the beginning Charles Dickens is showing sympathy for Pip when Pip is in the graveyard and suddenly some kind of weird person known as convict attacks him. ...read more.

Conclusion

Charles dickens shows sympathy for pip in other chapter where he is being treated badly by lots of people. Pip is being badly treated by his sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery, Estella and Miss Haversham. Dickens is trying to show sympathy towards pip when pip himself says "I supposed that Joe Gargery and I were both brought up by hand. This shows sympathy for pip as he is being treated badly by his sister so the reader feels sad and sorry for him. Poor boy pip has always been in a very harsh and sorry situation. His upbringing by his sister was really nasty. Everything above shows that pip has always been treated badly and Charles Dickens is trying to create sympathy by all the sad and harsh moments for pip. ?? ?? ?? ?? Faaiz Mahmood ...read more.

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