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Great Expectations- Morals

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Morals play an important part in everyday life. Morals are lessons taught by exhibiting goodness or correctness of character and behavior. I believe that the purpose for Pip to tell his story of Great Expectations was for it to be used as a moral guide for people to follow. It was a way for Pip ....

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....ble for him to move ahead in the future and mature. When Pip receives money, he begins to indulge himself. This is to make up for the past, when he lived in fear. Pip's desires for self-satisfaction leaves him eventually with a broken heart, no money, and distance from his friends, Joe and Biddy. This stage in Pip's life was brought on through his infatuation with Estella and his new fortune. Even though Pip had almost everything he could desire materially, he was not truly happy: "'...Fortun....
Number of words: 939 Approximate pages: 4

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