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Good Expectations, a publication printed by Charles Dickens in 1862, is about a young boy named Pip who explores the differences between branches of every social class. He starts at the very bottom as a common young boy, he then inherits a large sum of money and slowly starts climbing his way up to the top of the societal pyramid. This change in social status brought change to his character also. He went from being a caring gentlemen, to a rich, apathetic snob. Charles Dickens uses comedy and satire throughout the publication, a great deal of irony, reproduction, and using inanimate objects to reveal emotion. The storyline is quite complex, with many different twists and surprises. There are a couple of different places within this publication that are in London or around the marshes of Kent. The social classes range in this book from the bottom of the low, to the richest woman in the town. (вЂњCliffs NotesвЂќ). Themes of self love and ambition are apparent throughout the novel, and many unique examples depict these topics. Pip is convinced that when something is far better than what he has, he must have th...