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Ahora queremos que veais esto

En breve todavía más.

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Una cuestión originaria de Matias F:

¿del cuento “greatest expectations” de Charles Dickens, ?

cuales fueron las 5 lecciones que Pip aprende,
en ingles mejor,
si saben de alguna pagina se los agradesco,

¡Wow, la respuesta !

Fernando H
Great Expectations

The main themes of the novel are gratitude, suffering, and social mobility. Pip appreciates the gentle Joe Gargery, but treats him with indifference after leaving for London. The failure of Pip to keep in contact with Joe never causes Joe to complain. Joe’s selfless nature is frequently contrasted with Mr. Pumblechook’s constant criticism of Pip’s ingratitude. Suffering is depicted by many characters, including Miss Havisham and Pip, who suffer equally. Miss Havisham was jilted on her wedding day and tricked out of part of her money while Pip suffered by never gaining Estella’s love. Dickens used Pip to bring attention to the increasing social stratification in Victorian London. Estella criticizes Pip for his working class features, and Pip in turn develops a contempt for his own family’s lack of wealth. Pip constantly attempts to impress Estella by moving up the social ladder, yet it only leads to his demise. The wealthy class is represented by the cruelty of Compeyson, and Mr. Jaggers, and the waste and indolence of Miss Havisham. The working class is often depicted in a constant state of oppression, despite the intelligence and honesty of many poor characters.
More complex explorations of the text reveal themes and symbols such as parenthood (there are very few positive mother-like characters in the story) and the impressions that one generation’s actions may have on subsequent generations, especially in regard to bitter feelings, resentment, and revenge, and in the example of Estella being brought up cold-hearted by miss Havisham. Later, the major adult characters who had tried to seek revenge through others or have had serious problems in their youth later regretted their actions and wanted to make amends, suggesting that the events in a person’s life may be consuming to the point of destruction, and that once an action is taken it cannot be taken back (and thus it is important to think on our actions very carefully). Another prominent theme is imprisonment, shown profusely in the sections with the Hulks and Newgate Prison.

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