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Great Expectations By Charles Dickens PDF eBook FREE. Great Expectations is a very well-crafted and beautifully assembled tale of a young boy who wants to accomplish many things in this world.
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Great Expectations is one of the most striking, celebrated, and heart-wrenching works of Charles Dicken that has captivated the readers for almost a century. In this book, he used symbolism, analogies, and well-written prose to tell an enchanting story. The story revolves around little boy Pip who is raised by his sister in a harsh environment. He is poor, unhappy, and miserable. But even then he wants to be a gentleman. After some very difficult time, nature gives him an opportunity and Pip avails it.
Will Pip be able to fulfill all his “Great Expectations”? Do the things will go as Pip thought they would? The other most important character of this story is Miss Havisham who is the embodiment of hatred, enigma, and vengeance. She has old grudges of the past that she still harbors and now wants to take revenge from society. Miss Havisham was abandoned by a man on the day of the wedding and now she roams in her castle in the same old tethered dress she wore on her wedding day. She has an adopted daughter Estella who is the main pawn for Miss Havisham in her game of revenge. On an ending note, a great book with good plat and many twists.
About the Author
Charles Dickens is a widely read writer whose stories are included in courses of English for almost years. His work is considered a classic in the literary world and he wrote some great books like “A tale of two cities”.
Details About Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
- Name: Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
- Author: Charles Dickens
- Pages: 744
- Genre: Classic, Literature,
- Size: 1 MB
- Price: Free
- Language: English
- Format: PDF/ePub
- ISBN: 1009933210002
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