In this, perhaps Dickens' most profound and personal novel, we are invited to share in the sentimental education of Pip, the poor boy from the village forge who risks losing himself in snobbery and selfishness when he mysteriously inherits a fortune. The story moves from the bleak Kentish marshes of Pip's childhood to a thrilling climax that mingles tragedy and triumph.
"We take great joy in recording our conviction that Great Expectations is a masterpiece." (The Atlantic Monthly)
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Complex characters and beautiful narration
Love the narration, disliked the book