In the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens, he uses Pip as his narrator to describe his ideals, opinions, and thoughts. He conveys the idea that wealth leads to isolation, and also that affection and kindness are more important to a person than social class and wealth. Pip is the perfect character to depict these concepts in the way that Pip is kind as a child but faces changes in himself as money and social
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how Charles Dickens in his poem has described the theme of becoming wealthy. He wonderfully showed how people change into the worst side after becoming wealthy.
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