Great Expectations

Throughout the book there are examples of pip as an adult narrator looking back. Why do you think Dicken's included the adult's perspective, instead of just the child's?

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Pip, as we all do,  grows up and changes as a person. His perspective on becoming a gentleman as well as on the people in his life matures and changes. This way we can see our protagonist grow with the story.