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Compare the ways in which Pip views Joe as a child as he grows up in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
In this essay I will be explaining and comparing the ways in which Pip, as a child, views Joe as he grows up, in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
"Great Expectations" was written in 1861 by Charles Dickens. However, it was set early in the 19th century. Throughout "Great Expectations" Dickens explores early Victorian England, and how much money meant to people, how much it changed people and turned them into snobs at that time.
Some of Charles Dickens' past may have triggered him to write this book. Charles Dickens's father was jailed for debt - like Pip in Great Expectations…
- Compare the ways in which Pip views Joe as a child as he grows up in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
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