Great Expectations (Diversion Illustrated Classics)
Featuring an appendix of discussion questions, the Diversion Classics edition is ideal for use in book groups and classrooms.
This vivid and influential story brings Victorian London into sharp focus. Some of Dickens's most iconic characters, from the ambitious orphan, Pip, to the eccentric spinster, Miss Havisham, come to life in GREAT EXPECTATIONS. A tale of love, social class, and coming of age, from a British master of the novel.
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I hated this book. I know it's a classic and I've met people who love it, but I just can't. The point of view gives a very skewed view of women and out motivations and it annoyed me too much to enjoy ... Read full review
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