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Great Expectations Living With His Sister And Her Husband, Pip Is An Orphan Without Any Expectations It Is Only When He Begins To Visit A Rich Old Woman, Miss Havisham And Her Adopted Niece That He Begins To Hope For Something Better When It Is Revealed That Pip Has Inherited A Large Sum Of Money From A Mysterious Benefactor On The Condition That Moves To London And Become A Gentleman, Pip S Adventure Really Begins Epic, Illuminating And Memorable, Dickens Mysterious Tale Of Pip S Quest To Find The Truth About Himself Is One Of The Most Enduring And Popular Novels To Date.

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  • Paperback
  • 460 pages
  • Great Expectations
  • Charles Dickens
  • English
  • 13 June 2018
  • 0007350872

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  1. says:

    My students and some of my friends can t ever figure out why I love this novel so much I explain how the characters are thoroughly original and yet timeless, how the symbolism is rich and tasty, and how the narrative itself is juicy and chock full of complexity, but they just shake their heads at me in utter amazement and say, What s wrong with you, dude What s wrong, indeed.I give them ten or fifteen years Perhaps they ll have to read it again in college, or maybe they ll just try reading My students and some of my friends can t ever figure out why I love this novel so much I explain how the characters are thoroughly original and yet timeless, how the symbolism is rich and tasty, and how the narrative itself is juicy and chock full of complexity, but they just shake their heads at me in utter amazement and say, What s wrong with you, dude What s wrong, indeed.I give them ten or fifteen years Perhaps they ll have to read it again in college, or maybe they ll just try reading it again as an adult to see if they can try to figure out why it s such a classic, but after some time has passed from their initial encounter with the novel, they w...


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    There was a long hard time when I kept far from me the remembrance of what I had thrown away when I was quite ignorant of its worthI first read Great Expectations when I was thirteen years old It was the first of Dickens works that I d read on my own volition, the only other being Oliver Twist, which we d studied parts of in school You know, I missed out on a lot w...


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    Pause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation of the first link on one memorable day That is such a quote If there was ever a novel that shows us the dangers of false perceptions then it sGreat ExpectationsPip is such a fool he constantly misjudges those around him, and he constantly misjudges his own worth This has lead him down a road of misery because the person who hePause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation of the first link on one memorable day That is s...


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    Great Expectations were formedwere met and were thoroughly exceeded The votes have been tallied, all doubts have been answered and it is official and in the books I am a full fledged, foaming fanboy of Sir Dickens and sporting a massive man crush for literature s master story tellerQuick Aside My good friend Richard who despises Chuckles the Dick is no doubt having a conniption as he reads this deep breaths, Richard, deep breaths. After love, love, loving A Tale of Two Cities, I wen Great Expectations were formedwere met and were thoroughly exceeded The votes have been tallied, all doubts have been answered and it is official and in the books I am a full fledged, foaming fanboy of Sir Dickens and sporting a massive man crush for literature s master story tellerQuick Aside My good friend Richard who despises Chuckles the Dick is no doubt having a conniption as he reads this deep breaths, Richard, deep breaths. After love, love, loving A Tale of Two Cities, I went into this one with, you guessed it insert novel title and was nervous and wary of a serious let down in my sopho experience with Dickens Silly me, there was zero reason for fear and this was evenenjoyable than I had hoped Not quite as standing ovation inducing as A Tale of Two Cities, but that wasa function of the subject matter of A Tale of Two Cities beingattractive to me PLOT SUMMARY Here Dickens tells the...


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    I saw that the bride within the bridal dress had withered like the dress, and like the flowers, and had no brightness left but the brightness of her sunken eyes I saw that the dress had been put upon the rounded figure of a young woman, and that the figure upon which it now hung loose had shrunk to skin and bone How do you do Miss Havisham She makes many lists of the twenty greatest characters from Dicken s novels.I hadn t ever met Miss Havisham officially, although I knew of her I have he I saw that the bride within the bridal dress had withered like the dress, and like the flowers, and had no brightness left but the brightness of her sunken eyes I saw that the dress had been put upon the rounded figure of a young woman, and that the figure upon which it now hung loose had shrunk to skin and bone How do you do Miss Havisham She makes many lists of the twenty greatest characters from Dicken s novels.I hadn t ever met Miss Havisham officially, although I knew of her I have heard of her circumstances, discussed her in English Literature classes, and even referenced her in a paper She is a tragic figu...


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    Boring, dull, lifeless, and flat This is so drawn out and boring I kept having to remind myself what the plot was Best to get someone else to sum up the story rather than undergo the torture of reading it.


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    Admittedly, I can be a bit dismissive of the classics By which I mean that many of my reviews resemble a drive by shooting This annoys some people, if measured by the responses I m still getting to my torching of Moby Dick Even though I should expect some blowback, I still get a little defensive I mean, no one wants to be called a horrendous person just because he or she didn t like an overlong, self indulgent, self important epic about a douche y peg leg and a stupid whale I m no phili Admittedly, I can be a bit dismissive of the classics By which I mean that many of my reviews resemble a drive by shooting This annoys some people, if measured by the responses I m still getting to my torching of Moby Dick Even though I should expect some blowback, I still get a little defensive I mean, no one wants to be called a horrendous person just because he or she didn t like an overlong, self indulgent, self important epic about a douche y peg leg and a stupid whale I m no philistine I console myself with the belief that I have relatively decent taste ...


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    LITERARY EXPECTATIONS It is said that Satisfaction is equal to Reality minus Expectations.I reckon then that my rating should be around Eight Stars since Reality would be Five Stars and as my Expectations were on the negative axis with an absolute value of about three , it has resulted in a positive eight The Great Eight, I should anoint this book, then.How and when were my expectations formed If I depart on search of my forgotten memories, I think it all started with those black white LITERARY EXPECTATIONS I...


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    It is almost hard to believe that Dickens stays the same when you read him on several occasions in your life Somehow, the words and their meanings seem completely different Obviously, it is my life experience that has changed, not the story I find that to be one of Dickens major achievements the storytelling excellence that captures a teenager s need for complicated plots as well as the cynical grown up s wish for reflection on human behaviour Great Expectations has both, and I found mysel It is almost hard to believe that Dickens stays the same when you read him on several occasions in your life Somehow, the words and their meanings seem completely different Obviously, it is my life experience that has changed, not the story I find that to be one of Dickens major achievements the storytelling excellence that captures a teenager s need for complicated plots as well as the cynical grown up s wish for reflection on human behaviour Great Expectations has both, and I found myself deeply engaged in the development of the immature character of the narrator, amazed at the techniques Dickens used to show the treachery and snobbery of the person who is in charge of telling the story not an easy task, but wonderfully mastered How is Pip going to show his faithlessness towards...

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