"Great expectations ".
The Endings of Great Expectations
Charles Dickens had written an ending to Great expectations that he revised to better tie up the novel. I prefer the revised ending. This is the one that Dickens agreed to put into print. It ties together the way the novel was portrayed to me, the many things that happen that show characters separate and reconcile through out the novel. Pip and Estella are able to come back together after years of being apart, much like Pip and Joe. They are able to salvage the relationship they once had into one that will grow. But, by giving them an opportunity to h…
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