Self Actualization in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
The ideal state of mind that a person can achieve is called self actualization or to become fully human. Charles Dickens' Great Expectations told the story of how a boy named Pip worked to achieved this. More specifically, Dickens wrote how Pip learning from his experiences was able to put external factors, like social class, aside, and discover his own potential. Only after this discovery did Pip gain true independence and was able to accept himself with all his faults, including his social class.
It was Pip's ideas of social class seen in his early life that restricts him from accep…
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