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Introduction Biographical Sketch The Story Behind the Story Summary and Analysis List of Characters Critical Views George Bernard Shaw on the Unamiable Estella and Pip as Function of Class Snobbery George Orwell on Magwitch and the Pantomime of the Wicked Uncle Peter Brooks on the Beginning and Ending: Pip Before Plot and Beyond Plot Dorothy Van Ghent on the Century of Progress, Dickens?s Use of the Pathetic Fallacy, and Pip?s ?Identity of Things? Julian Moynahan on Pip?s Aggressive Ambition and the Dark Doubles Orlick and Drummle Goldie Morgentaler on Darwin and Money as Determinant Christopher D. Morris on Narration and Pip?s Moral Bad Faith Joseph A. Hynes on Star, Garden, and Firelight Imagery Ann B. Dobie on Surrealism and Stream-of-Consciousness Nina Auerbach on Dickens and the Evolution of the Eighteenth-Century Orphan Stephen Newman on Jaggers and Wemmick: Two Windows on Little Britain Jay Clayton on Great Expectations as a Foreshadowing of Postmodernism Edward W. Said on Australia, British Imperialism, and Dickens?s Victorian Businessmen Works by Charles Dickens Annotated Bibliography Contributors Acknowledgments
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Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Great expectations.