"Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Pip has a chance to visit London. When he arrives Pip has an opportunity to experience what London is all about. The realities of the city are disappointing to Pip.
In Pip's viewpoint London is immense, ugly, crooked, narrow, and dirty. To begin with, London is a dirty disgraceful place in Smithfield the ground is filled with filth, fat, blood, and foam spread on the ground. Also, the city is very noisy because of the fact that there are a lot of vehicles passing by and there are many drunken men in the street. London is full of lively sprits…
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