Great Expectations Charles Dickens: How is Pip influenced by other people in the novel???
Throughout Part One of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, Pip's feelings are progressively changed from his interactions with several characters. Pip is exposed to opposing influences when interacting with Joe and Mrs. Joe. Mrs. Joe causes Pip to feel guilt by the way that she speaks to him. On the other hand, Joe is comforting and affectionate, causing Pip to feel very happy with his life in the marshes. The emotions of Pip and Estella are contrasted while they are at Satis House. The dark and gloomy setting enhances Estella's intimidating manner causing the feeling of shame and in…
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