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Roles in Education/Chapter Summaries

of community and religious leaders, as well as other stakeholders, is to facilitate and aid teachers in their jobs, not to try to ...

Great Expectations: Realist and Non-Realist

one hand. (McAllister 158). Such an illustration is incredibly focused in realist tradition, as Pip struggles to develop himself...

Turning Points

pride and sense that he must be completely honest, telling her that he has these feelings in spite of knowing she is inferior to h...

"Great Expectations" and Realism

in England, were something of a novelty, and indeed broke with narrative tradition in a number of compelling ways. One of the most...

Great Expectations

It seems that no matter what biography you read about Dickens the primary point, in relationship to his childhood, was that he was...

Analysis of Great Expectations

In a paper of one page, the writer looks at Great Expectations. Literary devices are identified in a single excerpt. Paper uses no...

Great Expectations - An Analysis of Themes

In a paper of eight pages, the writer looks at Great Expectations. Explications of quotes are used to give insights into themes. P...

Great Expectations - Key Passages

In a paper of two pages, the writer looks at Great Expectations. Five critical quotes from the novel are analyzed. Paper uses one ...

Great Expectations - Symbolism and Realism

In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at use of symbolism in Great Expectations. The use of London itself as a symbol of corr...

Issues in African History

peoples, while accepting these belief systems, sought to integrate them into their existent cultures, rather than overthrowing the...

The Fantasy of Romance in Three Novels

of the characters faces so that we can see, for instance, how Mr. Darcy reacts to Elizabeths snub or the reaction of the Bennett w...

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens and its Social Criticism

Meckier 1993). This book can be said to have more dark overtones than those of some of his other novels. In most of his stories, o...

Victorian Women's Fallen Status in the Works of Charles Dickens

values, and sin versus redemption. The cycle of Pips life illustrates how Pip went from being an innocent boy, into being an arrog...

Charles Dickens' Great Expectations and the Character of Pip

is Miss Havisham. He believes that she is funding his education so that he can become educated and then wealthy and then be worthy...

A Look at Great Expectations in the Context of the Author's Life

1824-1827 he was a "day pupil at a school in London" (Cody). But the year in the blacking factory "haunted him all of his life" t...

Theme of Success in Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

he wants more from life, he begins to have great expectations. Later in the story he is given the opportunity to become educated...

Victorian Literature and Class Consciousness

In 5 pages the Victorian class consciousness that reached a pinnacle during the mid to late 19th century is examined as it is refl...

World Perceptions of the Victorian Era

In five pages this paper discusses how Victorian Era individuals perceived the world in a comparative analysis of Angela Thirkell'...

Society and Pip in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations

In five pages this paper discusses the social portrait sketched by Charles Dickens in Great Expectations in a consideration of Pip...

Social Discrimination in Hardy and Dickens

The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens both deal in major part with discrimination. T...

Original v. Contemporary Ending of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

for their one great chance. Dickens own sons are seen through the actions of characterization, demonstrating the authors exaspera...

The Life and Works of Charles Dickens

these experiences. He rarely spoke of this time of his life" (Charles Dickens: His Childhood). In an understatement perhaps, we ca...

Double Lives in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations

illustrating how misery is a product of human actions. This book can be said to have more dark overtones than those of some of h...

Steven Spielberg and David Lean Cinematic Comparison

easy to see how Leans grasp of cinematography and his ability to create and drive plots throughout the directing and filming proce...

Charles Dickens' Great Expectations and Disillusionment

One of the main themes in this Dickens novel is that of disillusionment, and we see this theme emerge on many different levels wit...

Primary Themes of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

has no heart, and is comfortable without it. We might say that Dickens is opposed to such an attitude in women, as Estrella recei...

Edith Wharton, Charles Dickens, and Charlotte Bronte on Experience and Innocence

In 5 pages the themes of innocence and experience as they are depicted in these Victorian and post Victorian literary works The Ho...

Charles Dickens on Childhood

In seven pages the ways in which Dickens' portrays childhood during the 19th century in his classic novels Great Expectations, Oli...

Charles Dickens and Feminism

In 5 pages this paper argues that Charles Dickens is not a feminist despite his portrayal of women in socially oppressive situatio...

Four Dickens' Characters Compared

In a paper consisting of 5 pages the transformations of protagonists in four works of Charles Dickens are compared in an examinati...