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they are both orphans
what is pips feeling towards joe in the great expectations
In their characters, they are not especially similar, except possibly in the sweetness of nature that Joe always exhibits and that Pip eventually attains. They might be said t…o have analogous growth experiences, though the only change in Joe is that he learns to read, whereas Pip learns economy, prudence, loyalty, and the true nature of love.
Pip's feelings about Magwitch/Provis change dramatically throughout the book, mirroring his personal growth. He begins by being terrified by the prisoner Magwitch, then gratef…ul that Magwitch doesn't name him as the food thief. On Magwitch's return from the Antipodes, when he's using the alias of Provis, Pip is embarrassed and alarmed at his presence, and appalled, confused, and even angry at the discovery that Magwitch/Provis is his benefactor. With time, however, and continued contact with Magwitch, Pip comes to see what sacrifices were made for his benefit, how dearly Magwitch loves him, and that Magwitch's only concern is that Pip be a gentleman. By the end of the book, Pip risks his own life to help Magwitch escape, and mourns sincerely as they wait in prison for the fever to overtake Magwitch.
He dressed up in his new clothes for their delight.
in great expectations why does bidddy go to live with joe?
I think deep down the snob in him prevents him from accepting money from a simple convict, after having fantasised so may years about his bright prospects as Miss Havisham's p…rotege. On the other hand, he has a kind heart and his is terrified at the thougt that the poor man will be caught and sentenced to death because of him and he wants to get Magwitch out of the country as soon as possible. Last but not least, that money is dirty in his eyes; to continue to take it would mean to stoop too low.
Pip leaves Joe to become a Gentile Man
She writes him to tell of the death of Mrs. Joe Gargery who is his sister.
He felt guilty.
About who is better at sex
he thinks she is jealous of him
Pip was feeling disdainful.
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Out of his element
Pip's initial reaction to London is described as being highly crowded, foul smelling, pollution and unsanitary.