Great Expectations

One of the themes of this story is the relationship between good and evil. It can be argued that the convict, although a criminal, does have some good qualities. GREAT EXPECTATIONS CHAPTER 8

A. Keeping this idea in mind, why do you think Dickens writes about Pip’s visions first of Estella and B. then of Miss Havisham in the old brewery?

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