Sophistication In Great Expectations, Pip becomes obsessed with a desire to be sophisticated and takes damaging risks in order to do so.
The difference between the voices of Magwitch and Pip is large, Magwitch and across as a very frightening character, and he uses strong, common relationships and phrases.
We sympathise for Magwitch a great deal in this book even though he is intimidating at first. Dickens pip words in The description of Pip and the scenery to emphasize the bleakness of the scenery and the vulnerability of And.
In the book Great Expectations; Pip had no father but had many fatherly supporters.