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Throughout Part One of Charles Dickens Great Expectations Pips feelings are progressively changed from his interactions with several characters Pip is exposed to opposing influences when interacting with Joe and Mrs Joe Mrs Joe causes Pip to feel guilt by the way that she speaks to him On the other hand Joe is comforting and affectionate causing Pip to feel very happy with his life in the marshes The emotions of Pip and Estella are contrasted while they are at Satis House The dark and gloomy setting enhances Estellas intimidating manner causing the feeling of shame and inferiority to grow within Pip In order to please Estella Pip changes dramatically from Chapter 1 to Chapter 19 as he tries to fulfill his desire to become a gentleman instead of a common labouring boy Mrs Joe Pips sister triggers Pip to feel guilt for stealing food for the convict and for the trouble that he has caused her in the past Pip experiences guilt as he steals food for his convict from the churchyard out of fear He wants to tell his sister and Joe her husband what he is doing but he is scared that he will be seriously hurt or maybe killed by the convict and the young man The convict had threatened death towards Pip earlier when they had first met Pip does not like to lie and likes to share everything that he knows with his brother-in-law Joe because they have an everlasting friendship with each other He is caught in the middle He is scared of telling the truth for fear of being hurt by the convicts On the contrary he is scared to lie for fear of getting beaten by Mrs Joe and the tickler a wax-ended piece of cane worn smooth by collision with Pips ticked frame9 He chooses that he would rather be beaten by his sister than have to face the convicts But along with feeling guilt
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