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Take up one idea Make that one idea your life think of it dream of it live on that idea Let the brain muscles nerves every part of your body be full of that idea and just leave every other idea alone This is the way to success - Swami VivekanandaWhat does it mean to be a real success in life Each person is entitled to their own opinion and because of this many people have different definitions to what success is Some may think true success is having endless amounts of money while others may think it is accomplishing a personal goal like becoming a gentleman Still there are others who will feel fully successful when they find themselves true love while on the other hand there are those that want nothing more than revenge Great Expectations is one of the few great novels that contains each of these variations of success not only this but each of them make up the plot elements of the story throughout the whole book Furthermore by the end of the story each form of success is achieved by the idealist behind the successFirstly money which shall be the first explained form of success Money is a universal form of success for people of all nature around the world and it is displayed in Great Expectations by the likes of Miss Havisham Estella and Abel Magwitch Of the four mentioned not all of them had the success of money their entire lives Abel for example had previously had nothing and only after hard work and determination did he start to gain his wealth and money however he had not a life long enough to enjoy it Also a large majority of his money was being given to Pip In contrast there is Miss Havisham who has received herself her wealth for quite some time and she
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