Which of the three endings to Great Expectations was most appropriate considering the plot of the novel?
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Great Expectations is the story of Pip, an orphan boy, who is being brought up by his sister and her husband Joe, the village blacksmith. Pip is training to be Joe's apprentice. One day he meets a convict on a marsh and is frightened into stealing food for him. Later on he is taken to Satis house, where lives the rich Miss Havisham and her ward Estella. Miss Havisham wants Pip to "play" for her. However having seen how they live Pip becomes dissatisfied with his own life as a lowly apprentice. He discovers that he has a "mysterious benefac…
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