Friday, March 22, 2019

Examine the development and effects of the relationship between Pip Ess

Examine the culture and effect of the relationship amid Pipand EstellaPip and Estellas story is non close to(predicate) living happily ever so after. daimon never tells us what happens, if anything, between them in theend. He leaves it unless that they remain friends. There is a suggestfor this. Dickens novel is ab out(p) Pips quest for Estellas love andwhat he is willing to do to gain it. I think that the story is neverabout the love itself. We can see this because in the majority of thestory, Estella is only wassail in Pips heart and thoughts. The actualinteraction between the characters Dickens keeps at a minimum. To makethis a love story, the characters would have to verbalise out some sort ofloving affection towards each other, which they dont do, although Ido believe that Pip loves Estella but she thinks it is impossible thatshe will ever love, and so does not ever like the idea of Pipsaffection as a friend she repeatedly warns him off. I think that mostof us bear upon a woman without feeling, who torments others, withdisapproval, but it is not Estellas faul... Examine the learning and effects of the relationship between Pip EssExamine the development and effects of the relationship between Pipand EstellaPip and Estellas story is not about living happily ever after.Dickens never tells us what happens, if anything, between them in theend. He leaves it only that they remain friends. There is a purposefor this. Dickens novel is about Pips quest for Estellas love andwhat he is willing to do to gain it. I think that the story is neverabout the love itself. We can see this because in the majority of thestory, Estella is only present in Pips heart and thoughts. The actualinteraction between the characters Dickens keeps at a minimum. To makethis a love story, the characters would have to carry out some sort ofloving affection towards each other, which they dont do, although Ido believe that Pip loves Estella but she thinks it is impos sible thatshe will ever love, and so does not ever like the idea of Pipsaffection as a friend she repeatedly warns him off. I think that mostof us regard a woman without feeling, who torments others, withdisapproval, but it is not Estellas faul...

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