Great Expectations


When the story begins PIP s small and he was weak,while the story develops how does the writer pours the deep language to the uneducated PIP?

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When we meet Pip he is as you say a small and weak child; his most important traits however are his conscience, idealism, and most charming immaturity. Pip's desire to acquire language and education come from his desire to marry Estella. In order to get what he wants he understands that he needs to attain these things in order to attain what he wants.


Great Expectations