Pip's Values And Characters In Great Expectations By Charles Dickens

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During the Victorian era, this novel named Great Expectations seeked how the start of a little boy called Pip was manipulated by expecting what is great for his endurance. As that said, the suspenseful factor knowing whether this particular character named Pip achieved his expectations or out seeked what he expected was a frantic resemblance. For instance, in Great Expectations, Charles Dickens explores how this significant character named Pip is developing throughout the novel. His values and goals early in the story are expecting great expectations, the events and experiences that caused this change encapsulates his manipulative decisions, and at the end of the novel his objective wasn’t achieved, but learned a valuable lesson. The way Dickens portrays his style of writing throughout the novel is intended to view the creation of such humor and how it visualizes the narrator as first person. It was a shallow day where Pip goes to Satis house with Pumblechook and visits this lady dressed in white, which is Miss Havisham and as he enters the house he visualizes unusual things. He starts discussing with Miss Havisham and she …show more content…
He starts talking to Miss havisham but then she leaves and starts talking to Estella. When they are talking she tells him that, “I am going to be married with him” (385) and “the preparations for my marriage are making and I shall be married soon” (385). Just by this he feels he has lost everything knowing that his expectations had vanished from him. Also, knowing that his enemy named Drummle has taken her love and portraying a harsh sequel for him. These great expectations Pip had were forever forgotten and now he realized that nothing was worth it, like what was the point of his expectations. After all these years, he finally realized that Estella was just playing with his feelings and now expects nothing with his

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