Great Expectations

do you think the pale young gentleman was a good sport? substantiate you answer

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The pale, young gentleman was the best of sports. He made the initial challenge and showed no lack of sportsmanship when he was defeated.

"Even after that crisis in our affairs, he got up and turned round and round confusedly a few times, not knowing where I was; but finally went on his knees to his sponge and threw it up: at the same time panting out, `That means you have won.'

He seemed so brave and innocent, that although I had not pro- posed the contest I felt but a gloomy satisfaction in my victory. Indeed, I go so far as to hope that I regarded myself while dressing, as a species of savage young wolf, or other wild beast. However, I got dressed, darkly wiping my sanguinary face at intervals, and I said, `Can I help you?' and he said `No thankee,' and I said `Good afternoon,' and he said `Same to you.'"


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