Who was Arthur in Great Expectations?
Arthur was Miss Havisham's half-brother who was also Compeyson's (the man who left Miss Havisham at the altar) partner-in-crime.
Arthur died of fright.
In Great Expectations, Miss Havisham's fiancee was Compeyson, or the second criminal out on the marshes that Pip sees. He was really dating Miss Havisham to get her money and was working with her step-brother, Arthur. Compeyson was the name of Miss Havisham's fiancee' in Great Expectations.
Great Expectations was created in 1861.
Arthur E. Farnsley has written: 'Rising expectations'
Charles Dickens is the author of Great Expectations.
Charles Dickens is the author of Great Expectations
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens was published in 1861.
Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations.
The expectations in the novel Great Expectations is the money received by Pip that was earned by hard labor. Pip's unknown benefactor is Able Magwitch.
The closest occurrence of a first name is when Joe Gargery refers to Miss Havisham as "Miss A." He always corrects himself to say "Miss Havisham." Miss Havisham's brother's name was Arthur. in the opera "Miss Havisham's Fire" based on Great Expectations her first name is Aurelia.
Compeyson is the main antagonist in Great Expectations.
Pip is a character in Great Expectations.
the point of view in great expectations is first person
Estella Havisham was Pip's love in the Great Expectations.
Mr. Wemmicks house is reffered to as the castle in Great Expectations.
The word "expectations" was not used in the modern meaning--that is, a hoping for something. It was used in Dickens' time to mean an inheritance. So the title Great Expectations refers to Pip's windfall inheritance--his great expectations.
Estella - Great Expectations - was created in 1861.
The title "Great Expectations" is what Mr. Jagger's says, as in Pip will have great expectations for his new life in London. However, Pip's expectations are not what they seem because he will experience several mishaps that may affect his life drastically.
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in great expectations why does bidddy go to live with joe?
Coincidences in Great Expectations ?
Great expectations was set at Holdenby House Northamptonshire .
The title Great Expectations is most likely due to the fact that the main character suddenly has "great expectations" placed on him - he receives an anonymous benefactor and is told he will become a gentleman.
Mrs. Joe, Pip's sister, is one of the antagonists in Great Expectations.
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In Great Expectations Estella's mother is Jagger's assistant, her name is Molly Magwitch
What does pip say in Great Expectations is the only good thing hes done since being appreised of his Great Expectations?
pip said that going off to school in London is the only great expectatins out of all his expectations.
Diction, Tone, and Imagery are the 3 literary elements used in Great Expectations.
The primary themes in Great Expectations are suffering, social ambition and gratitude.
"Mr.Lonely" By Akon is a good song to represent Pip in Great Expectations.
In Great Expectations, someone hit Mrs. Joe in the head.
Pip has desires to to improve himself..for example, education. He knows he can't read and he longs to learn how, for the intention of impressing Estella. These are his "great expectations". So therefore, he expects to get what he wants.
In Great Expectations, Startop is one of Pip's "classmates." Startop, like Pip, is tutored by Mr. Pocket.
The novel "Great Expectations is about a young boy,by the name Pip, who is taken in by his sister and brother in law after his parents death.
In Great Expectations by Charles Dickens who was the first character to mention Pip's Great Expectations by Charles Dickens?
I'm thinking it was Mr.Jaggers
great expectations was made in the 1930's hope i helped yous
As far as I know the editor of great expectations is Steven Weisberg. Though I am not so sure.
Pip is the main character in Great Expectations. Many websites give a character analysis for Pip. Pip's real name is Phillip. Great Expectations is often a book read in high schools across the nation.
Great Expectations was written by Charles Dickens in 1861 when he was 49 years old.
Dickens was born in 1812 and wrote Great Expectations when he was 49, in 1861.
Some motifs in great expectations are society and class, innocence, lies and deceit, and criminality.
An example of dramatic irony in Great Expectations is when Herbert doesn't know that Pip is his benefactor, but the reader does.
Christianed as "Philip Pirrip", Pip is the main protagonist in the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
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Estella does this because it is expected of her. Great Expectations is a great comment on the class system of the day, and shows how following in their steps results in misery.
Great Expectations is a book that was written in 1861 by the famous author Charles Dickens. A movie was later released based on the novel Great Expectations but as with most stories it was indeed a book before it became a movie.
Pip Estella Miss Havisham Magwitch (the convict) Joe Gargery These are several of the main characters in Great Expectations.
what is pips feeling towards joe in the great expectations
When Pip is brought up by hand in Great Expectations, it means he was either spanked or slapped.
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