Great Expectations Author:Charles Dickens In this story of Pip, a young man who means well but often does wrong, Charles Dickens has created what many critics consider his best novel. Great Expectations has a colorful range of characters and action without excess of detail. A dramatic, suspenseful plot replaces the epiodic structure of the earlier novels. The sense of place and atmosphe... more »re is evocative and sharply defined.
All Dickens' books are enjoyable, all his characters memorable. He is perhaps the only novelist every English-speaking person is familiar with - and Great Expectations is the masterwork of this master storyteller.« less