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Great Expectations is the result of the working out of an idea which came to Dickens after writing A Tale of Two Cities. He wished to write a story that would exhibit, side by side, both the pleasantness and unpleasantness of life.
It is again a first person story, again with a boy hero — but Pip’s inner development is not neglected. Dickens has exhibited, very successfully, how easily good fortune may pervert a good character, and yet how that character proves itself in the end.