Great Expectations 3 again

Great Expectations 3 again - Charles Dickenss Great...

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Charles Dickens¹s Great expectations is a story about a boy, Philip Pirrip, who comes to a point in his life where his life changes drastically from the way it was when he was growing up. Whenever this change occurs, he does his best not to let people know about his past life where he was just a ³common² boy. Throughout the novel, Dickens points out how people sometimes lead two lives that they want to keep separate. The change in Pip¹s life is characterized in several ways. First of all, there is a physical change, when he moves to London. That just accentuates the difference between the two ³lives.² Before, he lived in a small town that was near some marshes, both of which reflect the ³common² side of his life. London is seen by Pip as a great and wonderful city which symbolizes his expectations of what is to come in his future. Another change in his life is that he is treated better by others. Mr. Trabb, the tailor, takes exception to Pip after he hears that he has come into a fortune. He measures Pip very quickly, and gets angry at his son for
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