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Unformatted text preview: Great Expectations Process Paper PIB LA 9 “A process is a series of actions, changes, functions, steps or operations that bring a particular end or result” (A Student’s Book of College English). Process writing explains how something occurs. Organization in a process paper is chronological. Process writing is a form of writing in which you are required to present a step-by-step explanation of how something takes place. In this case, you will trace the step-by-step process of how Pip evolves over the course of Great Expectations. Great Expectations Final Paper Essential Question: How and why does Pip evolve or change over the course of Great Expectations? • Consider how his attitude changes in regards to a specific topic (love, success, responsibility…). • Consider how Dickens illustrates Pip’s evolution through Pip’s relationship with another character (Estella, Joe, Magwitch…) or a physical...
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- Fall '10
- Great Expectations, Miss Havisham, Volume Two, Estella Havisham