In his Walworth life, he becomes Pip's friend and confidant. Living with him and checking up on him every day, Joe is with him through his entire ailment. Paul Pickering believes "The last stage of Pip's progression is reached when he learns to love the criminal and to accept his own implication in the common guilt.
In Edgar Johnson's view of Pip's redemption, the virtues that ultimately save him are mainly those he unconsciously absorbed from Joe in his childhood, and his return to a life of modest usefulness is a repudiation of the ideal of living off of other people's work.
Except for his involvement with Estella and her mother, Jaggers refuses to accept responsibility by looking only at the facts, which he can control.
At a conscious level, he certainly is moved by her remorse and seems to forgive her. Joe intensely wants to see Orlick. I only saw in him a much better man than I had been to Joe page Her isolation is in part responsible for Pips snobbery and his estrangement from Joe and Biddy.
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Why does does Pip refuse her money? This system does not seem to be completely effective; he still needs to dissociate himself from the immorality and viciousness of his surroundings, as is expressed by his washing his hands, using scented soap, and even, upon occasion, gargling and cleaning his fingernails.
Her only concession is in her adoption of Estella. Does the commonplace of Dickens criticism that he was not a systematic thinker and lacked a social program apply to Great Expectations? They're not intended to be submitted as your own work, so we don't waste time removing every error.