How a secondary character develops a theme.Im doing an essay, Thesis: Through out the novel the imaginary character Pip gives matlida a passage to escape from the war torn island and into his...

How a secondary character develops a theme.

Im doing an essay,

Thesis: Through out the novel the imaginary character Pip gives matlida a passage to escape from the war torn island and into his world, England.

Theme: the novels theme that a piece of literature can open dors and pathways to a whole new world that one didn't know existed.

 

I can't find three or more ways how it is developed to write my essay.

Any help would be great.

Thank You

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aggieteacher88 | Elementary School Teacher | (Level 1) eNoter

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I would perhaps have Pip tell about England and adventures Matilda and her might have there incorporating characters and famous landmarks along the way. The characters could give her pearls of wisdom to persevere and survive the grueling days of life during a war.

In the essay Pip might give Matilda friendship and a confidant to express her fears, hopes and dream for life beyond the present. You could even have them journey into the future.

Pip could tell Matilda about her ancestors in England and how they survived wars, famine etc. Giving Matilda courage and stamina for the trials ahead. Near the end of the essay after Pip leaves, Matilda in turn could write letters to Pip about how she used these stories to help her survive and go on to do great things.

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