Early in the novel, Pip runs terrified through the mist to bring stolen food and a file to the convict.
Fire can begin and end things. In Great Expectations fire is used repeatedly. He is stunned to find Estella He uses it as a way to mirror the feelings of a character and to expand on the characterisation towards Pip.
Download it! Warmth and kindness are not the only things that fire represents in this book however. In chapter 49, a very important chapter in the novel, the answer comes forward.
She was forced to carry out Miss Havisham's revenge on men, and she tortured Pip only because she had been raised and told to do so.
The character of Estellarepresents the symbols of isolation and manipulation. Similar to that symbolism, however, she shines but is unattainable Partlow Throughout Estella's life, she eventually learns how to deal with feelings in