Great Expectations

How does Dickens gain sympathy for the people who are on trial?


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Sympathy is almost borne out regret for their pasts. Who the are doesn't matter, what and who they have become doesn't matter. The only things that matters is the records they carry from their pasts. Those records are like a beacon, which reads........ "guilty," before the trial even begins.


Great Expectations