Great Expectations

Great Expectation by Charles Dickens

28.  During the beginning chapters of this novel, Dickens quickly develops the character of Pip.  The reader, at this point, feels ________ towards young Pip. 

a.  frustration

b.  impatience

c.  sympathetic

d.  admiration

and why?

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c. sympathetic

Pip does not have it easy. Pip is an orphan, his sister beats him, and he is threatened by a big convict.