Other characters of the novel also contribute to Pip’s feelings of guilt.
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written by Charles Dickens is considered to be a classic novel consisting of various levels that can be interpreted on several aspects.
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Chiefly because of this fateful meeting and Estella’s ‘disdain’ of his social class, Pip decides he ‘want[s] to be a gentleman’.
This, significantly, he confides only to Biddy whom Dickens makes clear he should have married but his obsession with Estella obscures his vision on this as so much else, until it is too late.