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"He was whatever he had to be, what he asked him to become... a teacher, a magician, a savior, a lifetime" (245). Mr. Watts is just one of the central focuses of this narrative together with Dolores, Matilda's mother. Both characters are polar opposites from how they come to their conclusions, make their conclusions and view their world. With expansion comes decision making where comes greater changes, the motif of selection will be woven through the novel of Mister Pip, if its Dolores deciding to hide "Great Expectations" from the villagers causing greater occurrences or Mr. Watts getting a transformer and rescue the day. Mr. Watts is a bizarre looking fellow with his eyes bulged "like they desired to leave the surface of his face" (1) along with his skin being a sickly pale color. Together with him being agnostic and not believing in the teaching procedures of Christians, he would want to more or less find the world through his eyes "while we might not know the whole world, we can, if we're smart enough, make it fresh"(). This being the cornerstone of his instruction, he tests it out by reading Charles Dickens novel "Great...