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May 06, 2015

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Joe-genuine

Pip: Oversensitive
Estella: Abused
Miss Havisham: Diseased
Joe: Selfless
Magwitch: Victim
Herbert: Optimistic
Mr. Jaggers: Calculating
Wemmick: Dependable
Biddy: Contented
Mrs. Joe: Abusive
Pumblechook: Phony
Orlick: Envious
Compeyson: Manipulator
Drummle: Brutish

I think the characters in this book are too complicated for a meme like this but here goes
Pip:guilty
Estella:icy
Miss Havisham:obsessed
Joe:love
Magwitch:unfortunate
Herbert:friendly
Mr Jaggers:aloof
Wemmick:two-faced
Biddy:wise
Mrs Joe:angry
Pumblechook:obnoxious
Orlick:creepy
Compeyson:evil
Drummle:jerk

I don't know where else to put this comment but if anyone enjoys reading screenplays, the script for the 2012 movie of Great Expectations is now available to read online.

http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/scripts/Great-Expectations-Shooting-Script.pdf

Thanks, Cody! I'll do a post on it.

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