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Bringing Up the Pips The first Pips upbringing is very cruel and abusive His parents died before he could remember and is brought up by hand Dickens 9 by his uncaring sister Mrs Joe She beats him regularly with the Tickler a wax-ended piece of cane worn smooth by collision with my tickled frame 10 She also makes him feel worthless and blames him for her unhappiness If Joe werent in his life his fellow sufferer 10 then his childhood would have been completely void of any human compassion and love The second Pip however grows up in a very loving and supportive environment The second Pip has not only Joe but also Biddy to love and nurture him The older Pip grows up having no sense of family The only things he knows about his family are what their tombstones look like Family is not taught to Pip as being very important Mrs Joe never takes the time to tell Pip about his family history The second Pips parents teach him the importance of family by teaching him about Pips past In Chapter Fifty-Nine the old Pip takes the young Pip to the churchyard and the young Pip shows the Pip the grave of Philip Pirrip Late of this Parish and Also Georgiana Wife of the Above 595 The young Pips view of family is so important that he knows about people who arent even related to him just because they are old Pips family Even though both Pips had very different childhoods Joe hopes that the young Pip might grow a little bit like you Pip and we think he do 594 Biddy Defends Proud Joe In Chapter Nineteen of Charles Dickenss Great Expectations Pip is embarrassed that Joe is backward in some ways 184 and asks Biddy if she will educate him and teach him manners When Pip receives his property he is worried higher society would hardly do him Joe
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