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Have you ever wonder how wealth can bring a person happiness and how it can change a person or does it make that person a better person who was once poor Driving to a local grocery store for an example to buy some food for your family to eat and at the register you have a dollar left So you decide to buy a lottery ticket and later that night watching TV you out of million hit the jackpot which would change your life forever Or just going to school everyday and doing your homework knowing that your family poor and have money problem you kept up in school and later went to college and getting a master degree plus a well-pay career bring you wealth Being poor to wealthy or being rich and staying rich as a child to an adult does the wealth usually bring you happinessIn the novel Great Expectation Pip is a character who as a child become a wealthy person from a poor background family As he grew up in a poor childhood an opportunity came up for him to become rich and surely he took that opportunity from a secret benefactor which was Magwitch Pip convict Now being wealthy Pip thought that it would bring him closer to the girl he loved Estella But it didnt In return he had more problems personally then before to face and wasnt enjoying his wealthy life Wealth brought him to the path of broken love and change him because if Pip didnt take the job or opportunity to become rich at the Satis House where he first fell in love when he saw Estella And now for him to get Estella he has to change his old way of life to a higher class of people like Estella herself to even have a chance with herChater 8 So according to Pip wealth doesnt bring happiness but it regard only one person only
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