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Dickinsons Varying Ways of Love Love is a necessity in peoples lives Being in love or loving someone can make you act insane and also make you act affectionate It is probably something that can imprison you more rapidly than anything else In the book Great Expectations Charles Dickens allows you to look at love from every possible perspective He shows how love can be beneficial hurtful and everlasting In the beginning Mrs Joe is hateful and very angered that she has had to bring Pip up She lets Pip know this quite repeatedly and always is ready to strike him or correct him when she feels he is in the wrong Also in some cases when she is incorrect Pip respects and fears is sister and views her more as an evil stepmother than a loving sister Their relationship is very hurtful Next is a love that is very touching and inspiring Joe and Pip can at all times rely on each other They nurture and protect one another Pip looks to Joe as a father figure and Joe looks to Pip as the son he always wanted When Joes spouse Pips sister is less than sisterly to Pip Joe is there to make feel wanted and good about him They rely on each other throughout the whole novel To end with is a tragic case a misused love of Estella a beautiful young girl and Miss Havisham an aged and cruel lady Estella an orphan given to Miss Havisham is trained ever since she arrived to never fall in love and love is not real She teaches Estella that love is not real and that she should fool around with others emotions Once Miss Havisham finally realizes what she has done it is to late These teachings make both of them miserable all of their lives And leaves them with many regrets and wonders This novel
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