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  • Great Expectations - 378 words
    Dolge Orlick { The day-laborer in Joe's forge, Orlick is a slouching, oa sh embodiment of evil{he is malicious and shrewd, hurting people simply be- cause he enjoys it. He is responsible for the attack on Pip's sister, and he will later almost succeed in his attempt to murder Pip. Mrs. Joe { Pip's sister and Joe's wife, known only as "Mrs. Joe" throughout the novel. Mrs. Joe is a stern and overbearing gure to both Pip and Joe{ she keeps a spotless household, and frequently menaces her husband and her brother with her cane, which she calls "Tickler." She also forces them to drink a foul-tasting concoction called tar-water. Mrs. Joe is petty and ambitious; her fondest wish is to be something m ...
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  • Great Exp - 1,062 words
    Pip is orphaned at childbirth and is raised by his sister and her husband, Mr.& Mrs.Joe Gargery. He lives a pretty normal, happy life considering the circumstances. He sneaks around like a normal kid and one time he steals stuff to help an escaped convict. Anyway, one day he is called to Miss.Havisham's house to play. There he meets Estella and she is like the only lively, pretty thing in that house. Pip loves her but she constantly points out his faults. Now he realizes what a common, uneducated, rough kid he is. From then on he is not really content with his life anymore. He keeps going to Miss.Havisham's because she gets this sick enjoyment out of seeing Pip tortured by Estella. When Pip ...
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  • College Notebook - 2,641 words
    In Great Expectations, Charles Dickens depicts men and women as existing within different social spaces. With the exception of Estella, who travels from Satis House to London, all of Dickens's female characters are contained within the home. Men, on the other hand, have a social existence which their female counterparts lack. Pip, for example, constantly moves between the private space of the home and the public space of London itself. Joe Gargery, though often confined to the forge, has a social existence at the Three Jolly Bargemen, the local tavern. Unlike Dickens, Elizabeth Barrett Browning does not confine her female characters to the home in her novel-poem Aurora Leigh. Aurora is a wom ...
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  • Great Expectations - 1,184 words
    The novel, Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens is considered by many to be one of the greatest works of Victorian fiction. It is through the use of characterization and imagery that Dickens is able to make his ideas most prominent in the minds of readers. Through his expert use of these authorial techniques, Dickens successfully criticizes the prison system, the morals of society, and the social injustice of his time. In the novel, Dickens takes an innocent young orphan boy through childhood and on through adulthood showing the lasting effects of the transition. The novel begins in a marshy cemetery with Pip, a lonely orphan boy who lives with his sister and her husband Joe Gargery. While ...
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  • Great Expectations - 1,285 words
    Throughout this novel of Great Expectations characters are divided into upper class and lower class people. Unlike most young men in the 19th century, Pip was not either of these, but both. Pip grew up with his sister Mrs Joe Gargery and her husband, Mr Joe who had grown up with no education, but taught himself to become a blacksmith. Joe wanted to pass on his talent to pip and treated him with great respect and almost as his own son. Pip was very close to him, and because Joe grew up running away with his mother from his father, he had had no reading or writing education. Joe decided and made sure that this would never happen to Pip and he would be happy how he lived his life. Pip was taugh ...
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  • Great Expectations - 1,440 words
    The story begins in a village near the marshes where a young boy named Pip lives. Because his parents are dead, he lives with his sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery and her husband Joe whos a blacksmith and Pips trusted friend. Pip doesnt have much of a future, hes destined to become Joes apprentice and eventually a blacksmith. Then, Pip meets a convict out on the marshes. It seems like nothing important, despite it being frightening, but this meeting will change his life forever. The convict asks him to bring some food. Pip, fearing for his life, steals some food from his house, brings them to the convict and doesnt see him again. Later, a stranger will show up in the Three Jolly Bargemen. Hell scare ...
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  • Great Expectations - A Look At Themes, Characters And Style - 1,687 words
    General Info: A story of moral redemption. The hero is an orphan raised in humble surroundings, in the early decades of the nineteenth century, comes into a fortune, and promptly disavows family and friends. When the fortune first loses its lustre, then evaporates completely, he confronts his own ingratitude, and learns to love the man who both created and destroyed him. The story is told by the hero himself, and the challenge Dickens faced in devising this first-person narrative was two-fold. He had to ensure that Pips confession of his faults ring true, so that we do not suppose him to be admitting them merely in order to win our sympathy. And he had to validate Pips redemption by showing ...
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  • Great Expectations: The World Of Laws, Crime And Punishment - 1,608 words
    ter> The World of Laws, Crime and Punishment in Great Expectations Great Expectations criticises the Victorian judicial and penal system. Through the novel, Charles Dickens displays his point of view of criminality and punishment. This is shown in his portraits of all pieces of such system: the lawyer, the clerk, the judge, the prison authorities and the convicts. In treating the theme of the Victorian system of punishment, Dickens shows his position against prisons, transportation and death penalty. The main character, a little child who has expectations of becoming a gentleman to be of the same social position of the girls he loves, passes from having no interest on criminality and its pe ...
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  • Great Expectations - 631 words
    The evolution of a person can be complicated when one has "great expectations." In Charles Dickens' finest novel, "Great Expectations," a young boy named Phillip Pirrup known as Pip who's great expectations are a dramatized exploration of human growth and the pressures that distort the potential of an ordinary individual, especially in the process of growing up. Pip is a simple blacksmith's boy who aspires to cross social boundaries when he realizes his own upbringing is common; however, he has no means to change; mysteriously, he is given the means, but wealth only brings him arrogance. He learns that happiness in life can be achieved only by hard work and the great expectations not grounde ...
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  • Character Themes In Dickens' "great Expectations" - 408 words
    In this book, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, we are exposed to various types of affections. We encounter obsession, love and friendship. These three emotions are explored through the relations that develop between the main characters. The relationship between Pip, Estella, Joe and Mrs. Joe, changes as additional characters are introduced into the story. One love relationship that Dickens tells us about is between Pip and Estella. Pip is obsessed by her and would do anything to please her. For instance Pip strives to become a gentleman when Estella tells him that she finds him to be common and dumb. Also Pip becomes very jealous when another man, especially Drummble, pursues her. Pips ...
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  • Comprehensice Analysis Of "great Expectations" - 1,083 words
    Pip's childish perceptions are shown by the narrator's description of his fanciful images of objects, such as his parents' tombstones: "The shape of the letters on my father's, gave me an odd idea that he was a square, stout, dark man, with curly black hair. From the character and turn of the inscription "Also Georgiana Wife of the Above", I drew a childish conclusion that my mother was freckled and sickly." (p.3). This personal comic reflection made by Pip prevents Pip's story from sounding too self-pitying. By narrating Pip's insights and point of vues on morose subjects, the reader is enlightened by the irony of his remarks. His childish misunderstandings are explained by his navete. For ...
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  • Literary Comparison: Of Mice And Men To Great Expectations - 1,109 words
    As nearly perfect as any book can be. It is straightforward, it has simplicity and unsentimental tragedy, and it has a swift, unforced style, which stamps it as permanent. Humbert Wolfe In this classic novella, which established him as one of the worlds most celebrated writers, John Steinbeck tells the story of two friends in 1930s California. John Steinbeck wrote a naturalistic novel that dealt with three powerful and universal themes, imperative in the latter success of the novel. These themes were the value of dreams and goals, hopes and friendship. The novel also illustrates the importance of moral responsibility, and veracity of social injustice. His book Of Mice and Men is a story of ...
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