1. Why is the first chapter so important?
2. Compare and contrast Pip and the first convict.
3. What examples of humor can be found in the first chapter?
4. Explain why the story is more interesting written in first person point of view.
Chapters 2 and 3
1. Explain how guilt has affected Pip’s life.
2. Define pun, and how it is used in these chapters.
3. Discuss the theme of right and wrong or good and evil.
4. How is the relationship between Pip and his sister different from...
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