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ID number:715867
Published: 04.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Having read Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, several questions proposed themselves to me, one of them being: What can be considered the concept of a gentleman according to Dickens? What first came to mind was to compare it to the gentleman concept in Pride and Prejudice where we clearly have a true gentleman, without doubt - Mr. Darcy. In Great Expectations, however, it was not that clear at all. What I was aware of, at that time, was that, throughout the novel, the word gentleman was mentioned frequently and that several characters, including Pip of course, were anxious to be recogn…

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