Great Expectations

Great Expectation by Charles Dickens

36.  Dickens sets vivid and deliberate settings.  Settings often represent something to the characters.  What do the marshes represent to Pip?

a.  his lowly past; the common life

b.  fear; running from something that never goes away

c.  beauty; his carefree childhood memories

d.  disappointment; unfulfilled dreams

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I'll go with "A" although "D" works too.