Mr Pip Revision Notes

My school chose to do Mr Pip as the book to study for English Literature Unit 1 Section B. I found it really hard as there aren't many revision notes online for this book (everyone always seems to do Of Mice and Men).

I made my own notes from reading the book and put them under categories which I thought might come up in the exam (e.g. attitudes to outside world, Mr Watts, conflict, context etc.)

I thought this might be useful for anyone else studying it in the future!

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  • Created on: 29-05-12 14:47
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Chelskii

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Really useful, thanks :) 

scott

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yepp they are considering theres no revision guides thnks

Jennifer

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This was actually really good, thanks :D

Paul Dutton

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A very useful set of notes for this text, good on character and context.

Adam _

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Excellent.

nanncy3

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good on character and context. Thanks for share this !!   

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halldavid

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You should ask the teacher in charge and refer to the experiences of older students. soundcloud downloader

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"Mr. Pip" by Lloyd Jones beautifully explores how literature becomes a lifeline amidst hardship. Against the backdrop of war, Matilda finds solace in Mr. Watts, who introduces Dickens' tales as a source of hope. Immersed in "Great Expectations," Matilda discovers the profound influence of stories, shaping identity, and offering an escape from harsh realities. The novel becomes a poignant reminder of humanity's resilience and the enduring power of storytelling in fostering connections and providing strength during challenging times.