Great Expectations

Talk about narration style of Great Expectations.


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In Great Expectations, Pip narrates the novel looking back at past events. Thus, through the telling of his story, we are also exposed to his ideas and feelings about the past through his words. Pip remembers, but he also perceives the past in the present. It is an adult perception, as opposed to a child's.