Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens.
Many characters face imprisonment in the novel Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. This essay explores those imprisonments, be they literal or figurative.
"'Keep still you little devil or I'll cut your throat!'
A fearful man, all in coarse grey, with a great iron on his leg."
Early on in the novel Great Expectations, Dickens introduces the concept of imprisonment, a theme that is subtly intertwined throughout the story. In this first part, the man who is speaking is imprisoned by his leg iron. The person being spoken to is imprisoned by the threats of the other.
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