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Great Expectations The Book Verses the Movie Charles Dickens wrote many famous works including Great Expectations Recently a movie loosely based upon this book was directed by Alfonso Cuaron and starred Gweynth Paltrow and Ethan Hawke Great Expectations is a sensual tale of a young mans unforgettable passage into manhood and the three individuals who will undeniably change his life forever Through the surprising interactions of these vivid characters this timeless story takes a unique and contemporary look at lifes great coincidences Movieweb In the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens a boy named Philip Pirrip called Pip was an orphan raised by his sister who was twenty years older than he was He was a very kind and sensitive character His sister Mrs Georgiana Maria Gargery called Mrs Joe was not a good looking woman Dickens and was very abusive towards Pip and Joe Gargery the husband of Mrs Joe Joe was the Village Blacksmith and was very fond of Pip The story begins with Pip at a graveyard visiting the tombstones of the parents he has never met when suddenly a convict later identified as Abel Magwitch threatens to kill Pip if he doesnt bring him a file and wittles food the next morning Pip did steal what the convict wanted with much fear of his sister and brought it to the convict the next morning but found a different convict who ran away soon after he found Abel Subsequently that afternoon the convicts were captured Later on Joes uncle Pumblechook introduced the boy to Miss Havisham an eccentric lady who would have Pip come over to play cards with her daughter Estella Estella was later found as the daughter of Abel Magwitch and Molly a woman who stood trail for a murder she did not commit and was acquitted of Molly thought it would be in
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