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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

“Lives Up To Your Expectations ”

Written on: 02/04/2012 by slaughterm69 (2 reviews written)

Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations” lives up to your expectations. The gripping narrative is bound to keep your interested. It is one of the most interesting books I’ve read… Read Full Review

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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

“The beggining of Pip's expectations is his horrific...”

Written on: 05/10/2009

The beggining of Pip's expectations is his horrific ordeal at the hands of the convict Magwich who he made accquanitance with at the grave yard in which he threatened poor Pip with a terrible but contrived fate if he did not bring him food and a file "stay still you little devil, or ill cut your throat!" made on behalf of 'the fearful man', in which pip replied "O! dont cut my throat, sir," pleading for his life at the hands of the convict. In fear of the truthv of this threat made upon this… Read Full Review

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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

“We all need our dreams. We have all fallen in love....”

Written on: 03/08/2009 by Janet Lewison (43 reviews written)

We all need our dreams. We have all fallen in love. Dickens's susceptible hero Pip believes that the 'star' of his dream is the beautiful Estella, because she had been granted to him by his fairy God-mother Miss Havisham, in a rare moment of compassion. Every turn of Pip's first person narration in the novel shouts 'No!' to his interpretation of the world and its tricksy words. Yet Pip's near fatal fallibility and misreading of his expectations humanises him and aligns his desperate romantic… Read Full Review

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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

“Great Expectations starts of interestingly and we are...”

Written on: 27/07/2007 by sonzy14 (5 reviews written)

Great Expectations starts of interestingly and we are introduced to the main character Pip. The book is considered as Dickens' own auto-biography and is very emotional at times. Very interesting, would fully recommend… Read Full Review

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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

“Charles Dickens, Great Expectations is another classic...”

Written on: 02/03/2005 by Charnelmind The Smart (50 reviews written)

Charles Dickens, Great Expectations is another classic tale of a poor young boy who gets a job as a companion the young niece of an eccentric and wealthy woman who was jilted at the altar. She has turned into a bitter old woman, still in her wedding dress who has poisoned the mind of her charge. The boy falls in love with the girl but she rejects him. Years pass and he obtains a secret benefactor who pays for him to go to a school and better himself. When he encounters the young woman… Read Full Review

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