He lives in the marsh area of Kent where the River Thames meets the sea. Orphaned as a baby, he lives with his sister, Georgiana, who is twenty years older than he, and her husband, Joe Gargerythe village blacksmith.
Gives Pip's early life stability 3.
Gives Pip unconditional love 4. Possesses a forgiving nature 5. Exemplifies the goodness of hard work B. Represents the lower class 2. Is a source of embarrassment to Pip III. Influences of Abel Magwitch A.
Forces Pip to recognize what is really important in his life 2. Provides the means for Pip to become a gentleman 3. Loves him unconditionally 1. Tries to mold Pip into a caricature of the upper class 2.
Represents the lower class and criminal element 3. Provides the money which will result in Pip's downfall IV. Influences of Miss Havisham A. Helps Herbert at the request of Pip 2. Enables Pip to see that wealth does not bring happiness B.
Tries to mold Estella who ultimately hurts Pip 3. Makes Pip unhappy with his station in life V. Joe, Miss Havisham, and Abel Magwitch are three major characters in Dickens' novel who have influenced and developed the role of Pip.
Topic 2 Great Expectations is a portrait gallery of many characters.
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From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes Great Expectations Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays. Charles Dickens' Great Expectations In the novel of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, one of the pivotal characters is a man named Abel Magwitch.
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