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Great Expectations        Julia Ruzu     Kadrina Keskkool            7. a
About the author   Charles John Huffman Dickens   7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870 (58)   Portsmouth, England   English w...
About the book   Bildungsroman   The book talks about a poor boy Pip who is    suddenly made rich and given great    exp...
Main characters   Pip   Estella   Mrs Haversham   Abel Magwitch(Provis)   Joe Gargery   Mrs. Joe Gargery
Main events   Pip went to London   Visited the Satis House   Tried to help Provis to escape
Trailer    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFGxZI    t-HdI
Personal feelings   Great book   A little bit boring
Recommendation   I recomend it to everyone
Used literature   C.Dickens “Great Ecpextations”    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dicke    ns
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  1. 1. Great Expectations Julia Ruzu Kadrina Keskkool 7. a
  2. 2. About the author Charles John Huffman Dickens 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870 (58) Portsmouth, England English writer, social critic Greatest novelist (Victorian period)
  3. 3. About the book Bildungsroman The book talks about a poor boy Pip who is suddenly made rich and given great expectations
  4. 4. Main characters Pip Estella Mrs Haversham Abel Magwitch(Provis) Joe Gargery Mrs. Joe Gargery
  5. 5. Main events Pip went to London Visited the Satis House Tried to help Provis to escape
  6. 6. Trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFGxZI t-HdI
  7. 7. Personal feelings Great book A little bit boring
  8. 8. Recommendation I recomend it to everyone
  9. 9. Used literature C.Dickens “Great Ecpextations” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dicke ns
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