Great Expectations: Quotations and Analysis
Dickens' use of semi-autobiographical techniques, and his use of Pip as the narrator of the tale, demands a certain amount of interpretative skill from the reader in order to understand the text fully. Dickens wishes to convey a real understanding of a Victorian child growing into a man. He does this through his use of characters, their experiences and situations. When referring to the chapters of the novel, in this title we will be using continuous numbers from chapter 1 to chapter 56. In your copy of the text you may be used to parts or volumes which each begin again at chapter 1. So to be clear; part one ends at chapter 19, part two starts at chapter 20 and ends at chapter 39, and finally, part three starts at chapter 40 and ends at chapter 59.
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