Great Expectations

Herbert describes Pip as “a good fellow, with impetuosity and hesitation, boldness and diffidence, action and dreaming, curiously mixed in him.” Defend or refute this characterization

Chapters 32-45

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I suppose Herbert is right. There is however a simpler explanation; Pip is a good fellow deep down but he gets easily swept away by illusions of money and gentry.