Great Expectaions

Great Expectaions - 1041 Great Expectations Of the major...

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1041 Great Expectations Of the major themes from Charles Dickens novel "Great Expectations" to be discussed as to their importance concerning its structure, I have selected "Love" in the context of human relations, “Isolation”and finally “Redemption.” The loneliness isolation brings can only be redeemed loving associated of our fellow man, this is a two-way thing. "Had grown diseased, as all minds do and must and will that reverse the appointed order of their maker. "In isolation the greatest sin we commit against ourselves and others, are to dodge human companionship as Miss Haversham did. After her betrayal in love she hardened her heart toward her fellow man. By hardening her heart suppressing her natural affection nature, she committed a crime against herself. Miss Haversham love for Compeyson is of a compassionate kind, this concealed her to his true nature, as Herbert remarked, "too haughty and too much in love to be advised by anyone.” At Compeysons desertion her anger and sorrow became extreme and he threw herself and Satis House into perpetual mourning and a moment to her broken heart, shutting the world out and herself from the world. Her only advantage is her adoption of Estella. Miss Haversham has hidden motives in adopting Estella, but this is not a loving action on her part, but a calculated manoeuver to turn the child into a haughty, heartless instrument of revenge against men. Estella is encouraged to practice her arrogance on Pip
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