Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Great Expectations, by Charles censored is fascinating tale of love and fortune.

The main character "Pip" is a dynamic character who undergoes many changes
through the course of the book. Throughout this analysis the character Pip will
be identified and his gradual change through the story will be surveyed. The
main character Pip is a gentle character. His traits include humble, kind, and
loving. These traits are most likely the cause of his childhood poverty. In the
beginning of the story, Pip is a mild mannered little boy who goes on his own
humble life. That though will change as he meets Magwich; a thief and future
benefactor. Pipís kindness goes out too help the convict Magwich when he gives
food and clothing to him. Magwich tells Pip that heíll never forget his
kindness and will remember Pip always and forever. This is the beginning of

Pipís dynamic change. In order to make more money Pipís uncle sends Pip to a
psychotic old ladies house named Mrs. Havisham. Mrs. Havisham is a mean and
nasty character who constantly bickers at Pip and tells him of his unimportance.

Pip continues to be mild mannered and respectful to Mrs. Havisham yet he begins
to see that he will never get ahead in life just being nice. Mrs. Havisham uses

Pip as sort of a guinea pig to feel her passion of revenge against men. She does
this by using her daughter Estella to torment Pip. Pipís first and only love
is Estella. Estella is very mean and nasty to Pip. Although he receives verbal
abuse from Estella, he continues to likes and will not stop liking her, he sees
the good inside of her and will not stop until the good comes out. In contrast
to her treatment of Pip as a child when she had called him a common laboratory
boy with coarse hands and thick boots, she tries to explain to him that emotion
is something that she is incapable of feeling. The fact of that is evidence of
his illusion, not her cruelty. He sees that he cannot control Estella and that
life is not fair, and he develops a bitterness towards it. Pipís dream of
becoming a gentleman comes true when his old friend Magwich comes back to become
his benefactor. As his benefactor he funds Pip in his academic studies and makes

Pip a gentleman. Through this Pipís dream becomes true and he starts to act
like a snob even though he truly isnít. His attitude changes and he becomes

"Stuck up" and the exact opposite that he was in his childhood. This is
evidence of a dynamic change in the story. After many years, Pip who is a
changed man sees his old love Estella. There he becomes in love with her again
even though she explains that she cannot feel any feelings for him. To make a
long story short, they fall in love, and that causes him to revert back to his
old self; a gentle, kind, mild mannered person who sees only the good in people.

In conclusion the character Pip is a great example of a very dynamic character.

This story was pretty typical of Charles Dickens because as everyone knows he
despises rich folk.