Joe Lucine 2 pushed Pip around his whole as if he was worth nothing. To protect the anonymity of contributors, we've removed their names and personal information from the essays. She grew up wealthy but she gave Pip the chance to become something more than a blacksmiths son in life.
After completing his education he pursued a career as a freelance reporter for Parliament and a clerk at a law firm. By the end of the novel, Pip has come to understand how badly he has treated her, and it is in relation to his ingratitude, snobbishness and offhandedness towards Biddy and Joe that he feels most guilt.
The problem is that, because he compares every young woman with Estella, these estimable qualities are devalued in his eyes.
In this respect, he is implicitly comparing her to himself, also ready to seize every chance of self-improvement. The ending must also leave the reader with the impact intended by the author. She brought [Pip] up by hand, and by raising Pip this way, he became used to the abuse 7.
His works are notorious for engaging the popular imagination with its comic elements, memorable characters, and highly detailed rendering of life in Victorian England.
While the technology was improving, the social class structure and treatment of the underprivileged were not improving.