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Great Expectations, Miss Havisham

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In Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, Miss Havisham endures an abundance of internal conflict. When her heart was broken, she swore revenge on all men. She then raised the beautiful Estella to have no heart. When she sees Estella break Pip’s heart, she realizes that it will not fix what happened to her, and sees that she has broken the lives of two more people.
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