Who wrote Great Expectations ? Who is the writer of famous novel Great Expectations ?
Great Expectations was written by Charles Dickens.
Famous novelist Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations. It is one of the most outstanding novels of Charles Dickens together with A Tale of Two Cities.
Great Expectations, the famous novel of Charles Dickens, was published in 1861.
Pip, Estella, Magwitch, Havisham, Joe Gargery, Mr. Jaggers, Compeyson, Wemmick, Mr. Pumblechook, Biddy, Bentley Drummle are some well-known characters in Great Expectations.
The main theme of Great Expectations is social ambitition, gratitude and suffering.
Great Expectations is a novel written by Charles Dickens. It was written just after A Tale of Two Cities. These two books played an important role in popularity of Charles Dickens.
Tone, Imagery and Diction are three literary elements of Great Expectations. Charles Dickens successfully put these three elements together in Great Expectations.
Pip is the main character of Great Expectations written by Charles Dickens. What is written in Great Expectations is completey his story.
Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations in 1861. He was 49 years old when he completed it.
The themes of Great Expectations are society, deceit, criminality, lie and social class.
All the Year Round published Great Expectations first in 1861. Charles Dickens completed this famous novel in 12 years. It was published in weekly parts.