Pip's Credibility In Charles Dickens Great Expectations

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Pip is becoming more and more ashamed of who he is and where he was brought up,as he is learning his new habits. Pip starts feeling ashamed when Wemmick starts showing him his rings. Next, when Joe comes to visit in London he was very out of place with all the fellow gentleman. Another time he felt ashamed was when him and Herbert joined the club. I believe Pip was ashamed when he saw Wemmicks rings because when he lived with his sister and Joe he couldn 't afford anything to that extent. When Joe came into London to visit his son in law, he doesn 't want anyone to see Joe since he would bring down his social status. When Pip and Herbert joined the club, he forgot everything he was brought up on. If you love your past and upbringing it
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