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Is Great Expectations a Romance?

Pip turns his back on his roots, feeling ashamed of his family and his life: “I thought long after I laid me down, how common Estella would consider Joe, a mere blacksmith: how thick his boots, and how coarse his hands”… “I was ashamed of him.”. She tells Pip she “cannot love”, states, “I have no heart… I have no softness there, no – sympathy – sent...

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Motor Car Insurance Essay

The front and rear damage to his car o The damage to the car in front of him o The damage to the car behind him o The total amount of liability protection for bodily harm and property damage In your own words, post a response to the Discussion Board and comment on other postings. Options for deductibles start from $100 per claim to $1000 per claim.

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The great expectations Essay

The heroes of the story are Pip as a child, a true visionary, an incomplete and yet complete human being, open, sensitive, persecuted by soulless adults; they are still Pip and Herbert adolescent, imperfect but free, intact, playful, endowed with fantasy in a boring and frivolous world; Magwitch too, a man of heart, victim of false appearances and s...

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Characters in Great Expectations Essay

Magwitch is sprung onto Pip in the literal sense as he just jumps out at Pip scaring him. Extract two begins with Pip the narrator describing what the room Pip is in looks like.

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How Does Dickens Make the Reader Empathize With the Character Pip?

The convict doesn’t physically hurt Pip but uses intimidation to scare Pip. These events allow the reader to get ready for the next chapter, and Pip for the next day, and this also creates a cliff-hanger because the reader wonders whether Pip will help the convict or not.

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Great Expectations Essay

Miss Haversham demands Pip to play, although Pip can’t think of anything he’d rather do less. In this part of the passage Dickens uses an extended simile when Pip compares the way Miss Haversham looks to that of a “ghastly waxwork” image and of a “skeleton – which had been dug out of a vault” both of these are images from Pip’s past and both of thes...

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Charles Dickens Uses to Create the Two Important Chapters Memorable

Dickens uses the dialogue to show the readers how Magwitch is more of a threat to Pip than Pip is to him. Don’t cut my throat, sir…’ Even though Pip is scared, his choice of words astonishes the readers because Pip shows respect, politeness and compassion towards Magwitch by using very polite and respecting words like ‘sir’.

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”Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens

Dickens lightens the atmosphere in the part of the scene by him saying “what fat cheeks you ha got” we know its not a real threat, its quite a childish treat, the reader knows it isn’t genuine therefore the threat is almost funny, this is how he lightens the atmosphere, also its humorous as pip says “also Georgiana that’s my mother” this is humorous...

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How Does Charles Dickens Make the the First Chapter of Great Expectations Effective?

We know pip has never seen his parents before they died “never saw” so he makes absurd descriptions of them “unreasonably derived”, this creates a sympathy for pip as he knows that its stupid but its the only way he can imagine his parents “square, stout, dark man”. When Magwitch asks pip where is his mother is, pip replies “there sir”, Magwitch sta...

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Compare, Contrast and Analyse Chapters 1 and 39 of ”Great Expectations”

This shows that Pip is merely waiting for the “bright recognition” in the face of the man to end, this is shown as Dickens uses the word “still” to proceed “shone in his face.” The manner in which Dickens constructs this sentence, shows that Pip feels that the “bright look of recognition” which he resents, has lasted for an uncomfortably, lengthy pe...

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How does Dickens create atmosphere and suspense in the first chapter of Great Expectations?

As soon as Pip replies ‘there sir’ Magwitch begins to get afraid and starts running away until he realises Pip is pointing at a grave. As soon as Magwitch realises Pip is an orphan he starts to change; he starts to feel sorry for Pip, Mainly because Magwitch was an orphan himself.

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Dickens thought what meant to be a gentleman Essay

Dickens uses this word because I think it has something to do with Pip becoming a gentleman. He tries to show us by telling us a story about a young boy Pip in which he grows up trying to become a gentleman, through Joe who is Pip’s brother in law who is a poor but a decent, hardworking man and also Magwitch the convict, who changes through the stor...

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Expectations Charles Dickens Essay

The words “leaden line” imply a low lead river that looks like it has bars on and to Pip this makes him feel imprisoned. ” So I called myself Pip, and came to be called Pip”.

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How Does Dickens his Characters Memorable and Striking?

In the last two paragraphs, Dickens has shown Pip’s weaker side and the way Estella treats Pip at the end of the extract makes the reader think that Pip is too weak to stand up to Estella. So, the reader has mixed, confused feelings about Pip because although Pip obeys Wemmick, he is not afraid of him.

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An Exploration of the Relationship Between Pip and Magwitch in Great Expectations

For example when Pip finds himself in trouble in the London scenes, the scenery begins to deteriorate along with Pips mental state, as Pip has no idea where his new found wealth is coming from, he doesn’t know if or when the money is going to run out and he will be left stranded. Dickens looked to show the fact that you can grow up to be want you wa...

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How does Charles Dickens present Victorian Childhoods in “Great Expectations”

Estella insults Pip saying he is “common” and has “coarse hands” this hits young Pip particularly hard. Estella refers to Pip with the word “boy” from this Pip understands that the word is far from “complimentary” and that she must belittling him referring to his class and social stature.

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Charles Dickens Essay

” The words Dickens uses to describe Pip are also very important. Pip is being bullied by this man who is repeatedly putting Pip in places of danger.

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Pip’s emotion Essay

He lists every possible thing that Pip may try to do to escape and explaining how they won’t work and that Pip is unable to escape which will leave Pip feeling completely helpless. Pip tells the reader ” at such a time I found out for certain, that this bleak place overgrown with nettles was the churchyard, and that Philip pirrip late of this parish...

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The Opening of Great Expectations Could be seen as Your Average Opening to a Novel

So, the final line is effective because it sums up the fact that Pip is in much fear in the opening chapter and the author emphasizes that Pip is frightened again at the end – so much so, that he runs home without stopping. With this reaction from Pip, the author is trying to convey the fact that Pip is intimidated by the convict and that Pip believ...

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In What Ways Does Dickens Create Effective Images of People and/or Places?

The quotation previously mentioned demonstrates that Pip now understands how pitiful and helpless Magwitch was although the younger Pip was frightened of the convict at their first meeting. This proven later on in the novel when Pip verbally attacks Miss Havisham and is furious about what she did to Pip concerning this relationship with Estella.

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Pip’s conversation with Biddy Essay

Pip makes Joe feel uneasy, ” us two now being now alone Sir.” The key word is ‘Sir’, Joe sees the change in Pip and feels obliged to call him Sir. In conclusion, Pip has changed his depiction of the word, ‘gentlemen.’ He no longer sees it to revolve around education, wealth and social standing.

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Opening Chapter In Great Expectations English Literature Essay

In this quote he is saying that Pip can make his own decision whether to bring him the materials or not but there will always be a consequence as he was scaring Pip by talking about ‘The man’ who’s hidden within. This is like speaking a word of warning towards Pip is to get the materials commanded by Magwitch if he doesn’t do so the ‘young man’ will...

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Great Expectations By Charles Dickens

Another significant and memorable part of the extract is when Pip . When Pip tells .

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“Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens

And when Pip is a gentleman and he sees Magwitch as a normal person, who is still thankful for the help Pip gave him all those years ago in the graveyard. She is like this because when Pip spoke to her, he almost spoke in fear because he didn’t know which way she’d take it.

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Discuss the effectiveness of the opening chapter of ‘Great Expectations’ Essay

Dickens’s storyline and words also makes us feel sorry for young Pip as in the past he has lost his Mother, Father and five younger Brothers and the fright of being ‘held hostage’ by Magwich. For example when Magwich requests that Pip go and fetch him a file and some wittles, however if Pip does not fulfil Magwich’s requests then a young man will cu...

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Essay on Sympathy for Pip in Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

know this as Pip says ‘please sir don’t cut my throat’ . the chapter where Pip is about to leave he says ‘goo-good-night, sir’ .

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Magwitch in Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations”

This person might not be real, but it might just be Magwitch telling Pip that it is his really nasty side that he is protecting Pip from, not someone else’s. Then the convict Magwitch commands Pip to tell him his name and also commands Pip to tell him where he lives.

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Great Expectations

The convict has been very kind to Pip and has given him a life of luxury but Pip does not appreciate this. Pip now considers the footsteps and how scared he was…this makes Pip more aware of allowing the man in.

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Someone’s life Essay

Pip has grown closer to the convict and visa-versa; the convict is comfortable in telling Pip about his dark past; when Pip says “were you-tried-in London” the convict responded with “Which time?” this suggests that the convict’s past was darker than we first foresaw. As we get closer and closer to the convict’s death Pip treats him differently, Pip...

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Presentation of Estella

As Pip, has been brought up in different circumstances and within different classes he disregards these remarks and uses his politeness to Estella, by addressing her as ‘Miss’, this respect and politeness from Pip is blatantly unrequited. After Pip hears this off Estella, he thinks to himself, ‘I had never thought about being ashamed of my hands bef...

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