How the Views of Magwitch Change through the Course of the Novel

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How the Views of Magwitch Change through the Course of the Novel Great Expectations is about a boy called Pip, who has 'Great Expectations and doesn't want to be poor all his life. Along his way, a lot of strange things happen to him, such as meeting strange people and getting money off unknown people. Great Expectations was wrote in 1860 and was Dickens thirteenth novel. This essay will be about how our views on Magwitch change through the story, such as at the beginning us thinking he is evil and nasty just because he was a convict but then later on we see the good side. As I have already mentioned because of the way Magwitch is presented at first "A fearful man, all in coarse gray, with a great iron on his leg." This makes us believe and feel like he is a horrible criminal. In different chapters he is presented different e.g. one minute we see him threatening Pip (chapter 2) for food etc and for his life and in the another chapter (chapter 5) we see the good side of Magwitch when he stops Pip getting into trouble by saying he stole all the food etc. - ...
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