answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

I think that Pip feels great about himself as a gentleman because he is proud of himself for what he has been able to do with Estella, Mr. Joe, Herbert, and the convict.

I hope that this helped a lot of y'all that are reading the book and good luck to all and to all a good night.

User Avatar

Wiki User

9y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar
More answers
User Avatar

AnswerBot

2mo ago

When Pip no longer has money, he struggles with his identity as a gentleman because he equates being a gentleman with wealth and status. He feels ashamed and inadequate, realizing that his sense of gentlemanliness was largely tied to his material possessions. This experience challenges him to grow and find true worth beyond his financial circumstances.

This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How does pip feel about himself as a gentleman when he no longer has money?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What prompts pip's actions and how does he feel about himself later?

Pip's actions are prompted by a desire to better himself and rise above his humble origins. He becomes dissatisfied with his station in life and longs to become a gentleman. Later, Pip is filled with regret and self-loathing when he realizes the consequences of his actions and the harm he has caused to those who cared for him.


Why did shivaji feel the need to crown himself the king?

why did shivaji feel the need to crown himself the king


What does a girl want on their first date?

Good conversation, someone who can make them laugh, a gentleman and just to feel special.


Who was the real founder of Pip's fortunes in Great Expectations?

The convict Magwitch was Pip's true benefactor. He never forgot the kindness that young Pip showed him when he was hiding in the cemetery, and so, when he eventually began to work and gain wealth, he sent it back to Pip to help him. Magwitch eventually appears at Pip's doorstep and reveals himself as the mysterious benefactor of Pip's wealth. This, however, causes Pip to feel guilty, as he has lived off the money of a criminal--in the end, he loses everything he thought made him a gentleman (his wealth,) but becomes a gentleman through the quality of his character.


Why does beneatha no longer want to be a doctor?

because after Walter lost the money she lost faith in humanity and felt she could no longer do anything to help people.


How can one spell receipt and not feel sorry for himself?

The spelling "reciept" is incorrect and one might feel sorry for himself for making this error. The correct spelling is "receipt" and one would not feel sorry for himself if spelled this way.


What do you feel when you are abandoned?

You feel like nobody cares about you and that you are no longer needed in the world.


How do you get your girlfriend to feel like she used to in the beginning of the relashinship?

By treating her with love, respect, and kindness. Being a gentleman doesn't hurt either.


How do dawayne cater feel about himself?

good


How do you impress a friend that' s a girl on a date with her?

Make her laugh,smile, have things in common...make her feel important..ask her questions..be a gentleman


Why does pip feel uncomfortable when joe comes to visit?

Pip feels uncomfortable when Joe visits because he is now living a different lifestyle as a gentleman and feels ashamed of his humble upbringing. He struggles with feelings of inadequacy and guilt for distancing himself from Joe and his past.


How did George Washington feel about himself?

he felt great