Great Expectations: Style
In this title we will look at Dickens' use of structure, language and tone. We will explore the techniques he uses to illustrate character, setting and theme and to convey meaning to the reader. Critics agree that Great Expectations can be considered semi-autobiographical, as Pip's search for identity mirrors that of Dickens' own journey to success. This was new territory for Dickens, and so the process of writing this novel can be considered a journey in itself.
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