'Great Expectations' Book Review by Writing Specialists

'Great Expectations'
A review of the literary classic, 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens.
# 91679 | 865 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Feb 04, 2007 in Literature (English) , English (General) , Literature (General)

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This paper reviews and discusses the famous book by Charles Dickens, 'Great Expectations' focusing primarily on the character of Pip. The paper summarizes, overviews and provides comments on a collective group of chapters.

From the Paper:

"The hints that Dickens gave earlier about Mr. Jaggers' housemaid are now understood. Pip can tell the truth, because she looks and acts like Estella. This part gets somewhat confusing, because everything comes together like a mystery book. You have to remember everything that takes place in the whole book. In these chapters, the personality of the characters change back and forth as they find out different information. People who were so awful like Miss Havisham show their other side. Wemmick says Estella's mother was "tamed." This word is only used today with an animal. Was it the same when Dickens wrote? "

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