By Dickens, CharlesEdited by Burningham, Hilary
Psychologically the latter part of Great Expectations is about the best thing Dickens ever did. --George Orwell Philip Pirrip--known more commonly as Pip--is an orphan. His visits to the mysterious Miss Havisham are his only escape from his childhood of poverty. But then an anony...mous bequest changes his life for ever--until secrets from Pip's past emerge, threatening to destroy the genteel new life he has built for himself, and Pip soon discovers the merciless cruelty of love, and the harsh reality of his great expectations.Read more
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Charles Dickins is the author of the1860-1861 novel Great Expectations. Hilary Burningham was a teacher for many years before moving into writing. She is fervently against the dumbing down of literature and manages to keep the spirit of the original text in her Graphic Novels series. She is the author of several graphic novel adaptations of classics, including the Graphic Shakespeare series, the Graphic Dickins series, and the Graphic Novels series, which includes Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Thomas Hardy's The Mayor of Casterbridge.
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