Great Expectations is a literary classic of genius, Charles Dickens. The novel, Great Expectations follows a great many themes; thus students are assigned to write great expectations essays on different themes of the novel by their teachers to encourage themselves in developing their writing skills. It’s difficult to analyze the verbal irony in Charles Dickens work; therefore, students face difficulties to write a good introduction for their great expectations essay.
Here are 4 different themes from the novel, Great Expectations with some ideas that would help you how to create good introductions for essays on great expectations:
Introduction # 1:
“Pips had an ambition to adopt the better social class but his eager of becoming rich lead him to lose the closest friends”
“Ambitions are achieved only if you are highly focused and desperate for them to be achieved; otherwise, your ambitions would turned out be a failure”.
Introduction # 2:
“Although, criminal justice holds an important place in society but Pips who had spent most of his life with the society of criminals prefers the grant of mercy for criminals rather following criminal justice”.
“Rules are meant to be broken for the society that brings rules to punish criminals who are closely linked to society rather treating them mercifully”