遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇1

^Great Expectations^ has been considered to be one of Charles Dickens’ most mature and relatively late works. Having experienced a wealth of human life, Dickens got a profound understanding of human-being, the surrounding environment and his life experiences while all his mature thinking and understanding were summarized into the book ^Great Expectations^. The original meaning of the work’s title in fact is a heritage, but when it was translated into Chinese it gave me an impression that the title shows the hero of the story had Great Expectations. However, reading over the book I realized that this ^Great Expectations^ takes an ironic band——it should be said that the theme of this work not only told the story of orphan Pip who wanted to be the ideal first-class disillusionment. If one does think so, he holds a wrong understanding of the great significance why Dickens creative the work. The hero Pip lived with his sister’s family. Though their life was hard, Pip didn’t wish to be a first-class person his vision was to be a blacksmith like his brother-in-law, his sister’s husband. The reason why he changed his mind and was eager to be a first-class person later was the changing of environment——he met Miss Harvisham, Estella and some other complex people. As we know one of Dickenss philosophy thoughts is environment takes a deep impact to humans’ ideological and the story expresses his view that different environment creates different people. In short, I think the work was not arbitrarily written, but was based on the 10 works before aggregating Dickens’ thoughts. What is more, Dickens had put his outlook on life, his views of philosophy and ethics into the great creation.

The story is pided into three phases of Pips life expectations. The first ^expectation^ is allotted 19 chapters, and the other two 20 chapters each in the 59-chapter work. In some editions, the chapter numbering reverts to Chapter One in each expectation, but the original publication and most modern editions number the chapters consecutively from one to 59. At the end of chapters 19 and 39, readers are formally notified that they have reached the conclusion of a phase of Pips expectations.

In the first expectation, Pip lives a humble existence with his ill-tempered older sister and her strong but gentle husband, Joe Gargery. Pip is satisfied with this life and his warm friends until he is hired by Miss Havisham and that time on, Pip aspires to leave behind his simple life and be a gentleman. This life is suddenly turned upside down when he is visited by a London attorney, Mr. Jaggers

The second stage of Pips expectations has Pip in London, learning the details of being a gentlemen, having tutors, fine clothing, and joining cultured society. At the end of this stage, Pip is introduced to his benefactor, again changing his world.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇2

With so many famous masterpieces on the booklist, it is really a pretty hard job to chooseone to read first. After much hesitation and deeply thought, I finally decided to borrowGreat Expectations from the small library.

Great Expectations is about love, family, and rejection as Pip and Miss Havisham have bothbeen rejected in certain ways. Pip is a boy around 13 years old, easy to fright, and goesthrough his life suffering lots of sadness. He is in love with a girl named Estella and wantsher to find his love, but for him being shy and not showing himself to her, it makes it veryhard for him.

Great Expectations was the penultimate novel pleted by the most popular novelist ofVictorian England, Charles Dickens. Born in Kent, England, in 1812 to a family of modestmeans but great pretensions, Dickens’s early life was marked by both humiliation andambition. Dickens never forgot the period of financial crisis during his childhood, whenfollowing his father’s bankruptcy, he was taken out of school and forced to work in ashoepolish warehouse.

Pip meets an escaped convict,Magwitch,and gives him food, in an encounter that is tohaunt both their Pip receives riches from a mysterious benefactor he snobbishly abandons his friendsfor London society and his“great expectations”.

I set up my mind to select it for the reason that I have read a brief introduction of thismasterpiece in my high school English textbook before. In addition, a Tale of Two Citieswhich is also written by Charles Dickens, the outstanding and special English writer, left mea wonderful and deep impression, when I finished reading the marvelous story.

Of course, Great Expectations didn’t let me down, either. What’s more, the whole structureof the novel is well and elaborately designed. The plot is extremely attractive and full ofunexpected twists. Quite a few characters have a distinguishable personality. Moreover, thosewords and sentences are so beautiful and meaningful that I even took them down carefully inmy notebook. By reading them no less than three times, I have learned not only some newphrases and sentences, but also a philosophy of life.

Among the characters, which impressed me most are not Pip and Estella who should be regardedas the leading roles, but Joe and Magwitch. I feel awfully sorry that I was not brave enoughto read the original edition that is as thick as a brick. Otherwise, I may appreciate Joe andMagwitch more.

Yes, they are not the main characters in the novel. However, what they saidand what they did deeply touched me. It’s interesting, isn’t it? They are quite theopposite guys. One is a totally good man without the least bit of wickedness while the otheris a prisoner who is believed to have mitted every evil.

I believe that everyone who reads the book is to like Joe. When he talked about his heavydrinking father who hit him a lot, he said he had a lot of love. Faced with his rude wife, hewould rather seem a bit weak or foolish than stand up to her and fight for himself. Knowingpeacockish Pip was ashamed of his uneducated manners, he left sadly and quietly. The worldrushes on over the strings of the lingering heart making the music of sadness. But when hewas informed of Pip’s illness, he immediately came to take good care of Pip.

He is alwayscontributing everything and requiring nothing. Such a man is Joe, kind, tolerant andselfless. ^Nothing is so mild and gentle as courage, nothing so cruel and pitiless ascowardice,^ says a wise author.

However, why do I appreciate Magwitch, the bad guy? You may wonder. Indeed, Magwitch did alot of evil things when he was young. But how can you be unmoved when you get to know thatthe old man kept himself going just by thinking of the boy who once did him a small favor?

He lost his only daughter and Pip had no parents, so he considered himself as the boy’ssecond father, making up his mind to help his dear boy became a gentleman. He did every kindof job and led a hard life in Australia. At last he made a big fortune and promised himselfthat all the money would go to Pip.

He could have led a better life in Australia ,but Ihechose to go back to London .with the simple intention of seeing Pip, he went back at the riskof being hanged! “whatever the fault he had from the start, remember, reader, he had a goodheart.” Joe used these words to describe his father. But I think these words can betterdescribe Magwitch. He lived with the fear of death all his life. Who shuts love out, in turnshall be shut outfrom love. However,thankfully,because Pip finally realized his goodheart, his ending was peaceful.

Dickens has Pip as the writer and first person narrator of this account of his life\'sexperiences, and the entire story is understood to have been written as a retrospective,rather than as a present tense narrative or a diary or journal. Still, though Pip ^knows^ howall the events in the story will turn out,he uses only very subtle foreshadowing so that welearn of events only when the Pip in the story does. Pip does, however,use the perspectiveof the bitter lessons he\'s learned to ment acidly on various actions and attitudes in hisearlier life.

I know how to fully understand this novel,twice is far from enough. Pip,Estella, MissHavisham,Biddy even Mr Wemmick, every single character has a story that is well worth myattention. I love this novel so much that I am determined to read the original edition oneday. Believe me. But before that day es,I will see the movie Great Expectations first.

Search for knowledge, read more,sit on your front porch and admire the view without payingattention to your needs.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇3

In this summer holidays, I read a book called < Great Expectations>, it was written by Charles Dickens, one of the most famous English writers. He wrote lots of wonderful novels. This book is one of his compositions.

People always like to compare with their friends. It is a big foible of all the people. If other people have a lot of money, we also want to be rich. If all the people around us are poor , we never mind that we are very poor, too. we will not ashamed because of our folly. This is a social problem.

If we never possess anything, we will not mind we lost some thing. Since we don’t want to be very rich ,we will not feel despond because poor.

The protagonist of this novel is Pip (Handel)。 His parents died when he was a baby. His sister had brought him up ‘by hand’。 His sister married to Joe Gargery, the village blacksmith. They didn’t have much money, and Pip never went to school to study. But he was often very happy .Because all of his friends are like him. It isn’t very unfortunate to them, this is their lives. But by a chance, Pip helped a convict; he gave much food to him. Then he met Miss Havisham, a very strange old woman and she was very rich.

Four years later, Miss Havisham wants Pip to be removed from his home and educated as a gentleman who expects inherit a fortune when he grow up.

After hearing that . Pip started to despise his poor friends. He even feel ashamed because he live with the poor man . Pip’s ‘great expectations’ destroyed his life.

This novel told us that we cannot compare with others .Don’t feel envy at the others money. And if one day you be very rich , please don’t despise your poor friends.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇4

During the last month, I have been reading the novel named Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. I set up my mind to finish reading it for the simple reason that I have read the Chinese version of this great novel and I was deeply attracted by the story.

The main character in this novel is Pip and the whole story goes like this: Pip was a orphan and was brought up by his sister “by hand”. His sister Mrs. Joe was very strict with him while his brother-in-law treat him kindly. As a result, the two developed a intimate relationship. Since Pip was asked to visit Miss Havishams’s house, his mind and his fate began to change. In Miss Havishams’s home, Pip saw her adopted daughter Estella and fell in love with her at the first sight. Then he was determined to be well-educated and become a gentleman in order to deserve the beautiful girl Estella. And much to his delight, he was given a large sum of money and an opportunity to study abroad by an anonymous person. After a period of time, his great expectations came true and he became a gentleman at last. However, he found out that the money was offered by the criminal he had saved when he was young. He felt ashamed and didn’t want to use the money any more. What’s worse, the criminal Magwitch escaped from prison to visit Pip and was noticed by the police. At last, Magwitch was sentenced to death and Pip led a normal life. The beautiful lady became a widow as her husband died. But Pip still loved her and promised to be friends with her all the same. This ending is a bit reaasuring.

Among those several characters in the novel, my favourite is Magwitch. He was homeless and poor when he was young and he used to be put into prison several times. No one cared about him, so when little Pip saved him by giving him some food, he felt moved. And he bore Pip’s help in his mind. When he was exiled overseas, he was determined to make a lot of money and help Pip become a gentleman. He worked hard and saved every coin he could, and then sent it to Pip. He did all of these secretly in order to prevent little Pip from being embarrassed. After Pip became a real gentleman, Magwitch returned to England in secret only to see whether Pip had led a good life. What we can find from him is deep love for Pip. Although the society has deserted him, he is not deserted by himself. Different from Miss Havishams who is black-hearted, Magwitch is like a father. He showed his love to Pip without any hesitation. He was just like Pip’s father. This is why I admire him very much.

Then when I look back into our society, I find that some parents are not as good as the criminal Magwitch. Cases are that parents push their children to work hard in order to be admitted into the college where they were eager to go when they were young. This usually leads to two consequences. One is that the children are exerted too much pressure and they go to extremes. The other is that their children do as they are told to and don’t have their independent thinking. They lack the comprehensive abilities to cope with fierce competition in today’s society. In other words, they are likely to survive in this competitive world.

God is equal to everyone. When Magwitch knew that Estella was his daughter and had been loved by Pip, he felt relieved. I am also relieved because one good turn deserves another.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇5

Thoughts on Great Expectations

During the last month, I have been reading the novel named Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. I set up my mind to finish reading it for the simple reason that I have read the Chinese version of this great novel and I was deeply attracted by the story.

The main character in this novel is Pip and the whole story goes like this: Pip was a orphan and was brought up by his sister “by hand”. His sister Mrs. Joe was very strict with him while his brother-in-law treat him kindly. As a result, the two developed a intimate relationship. Since Pip was asked to visit Miss Havishams’s house, his mind and his fate began to change. In Miss Havishams’s home, Pip saw her adopted daughter Estella and fell in love with her at the first sight. Then he was determined to be well-educated and become a gentleman in order to deserve the beautiful girl Estella. And much to his delight, he was given a large sum of money and an opportunity to study abroad by an anonymous person. After a period of time, his great expectations came true and he became a gentleman at last. However, he found out that the money was offered by the criminal he had saved when he was young. He felt ashamed and didn’t want to use the money any more. What’s worse, the criminal Magwitch escaped from prison to visit Pip and was noticed by the police. At last, Magwitch was sentenced to death and Pip led a normal life. The beautiful lady became a widow as her husband died. But Pip still loved her and promised to be friends with her all the same. This ending is a bit reaasuring.

Among those several characters in the novel, my favourite is Magwitch. He was homeless and poor when he was young and he used to be put into prison several times. No one cared about him, so when little Pip saved him by giving him some food, he felt moved. And he bore Pip’s help in his mind. When he was exiled overseas, he was determined to make a lot of money and help Pip become a gentleman. He worked hard and saved every coin he could, and then sent it to Pip. He did all of these secretly in order to prevent little Pip from being embarrassed. After Pip became a real gentleman, Magwitch returned to England in secret only to see whether Pip had led a good life. What we can find from him is deep love for Pip. Although the society has deserted him, he is not deserted by himself. Different from Miss Havishams who is black-hearted, Magwitch is like a father. He showed his love to Pip without any hesitation. He was just like Pip’s father. This is why I admire him very much.

Then when I look back into our society, I find that some parents are not as good as the criminal Magwitch. Cases are that parents push their children to work hard in order to be admitted into the college where they were eager to go when they were young. This usually leads to two consequences. One is that the children are exerted too much pressure and they go to extremes. The other is that their children do as they are told to and don’t have their independent thinking. They lack the comprehensive abilities to cope with fierce competition in today’s society. In other words, they are likely to survive in this competitive world.

God is equal to everyone. When Magwitch knew that Estella was his daughter and had been loved by Pip, he felt relieved. I am also relieved because one good turn deserves another.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇6

Dickens is not a writer disdaining women. Instead he loves, respects and takes care of them, however, in his novels, he unconsciously degrades women and puts them inferior to men. This time I want to adopt Great Expectations to evidence my thesis.

Two reasons account for this. The Victorian Age pushed women back to home and indulge in their obedience and docility. An able woman today may be sung highly as a model of independence but male dominated that period even a little bit of rebellion from female world is regarded as the despising of sacred belief. The other one lies in that Dickens, as a well-known and truly successful writer, composes various and popular works. As a male, his achievement sounds great, which belittles the rest of his contemporaries, let alone the women. His success made him believe in men’s great ability.

There are three aspects in this novel that I believe this kind of thought of Dickens is revealed.

The first one is that women are fragile. “ Weaker, your name is woman.” Two hundreds ago, Shakespeare authored to the world this unprecedented sentence in Hamlet. Later, Dickens followed this great instruction unconsciously in creating his own works. That is not because that women are in lack of will but that they need surviving abilities and that of self-survival and struggle against destiny. They always turn to men. That can be called “hero saving the beauty”.This notion originated in the Greek tales but is still adopted successively. The only difference between them lies in the plot and structure. Estella is adopted and trained to break men’s hearts by Miss Havisham. Havisham revenges men and marries Estella to an unworthy guy though Pip deeply loves Estella. Nothing can be bitterer than see his lover married to another guy for a man. Pip really fell into the despair of losing Estella. However, Estella suffers a lot and begins to regret for her initial choice for her spouse and begins to treasure

Then comes my second point. Facing destiny women are physically and intellectually inferior to men. Actually it does not mean they have an inferior intelligence but that it seems so. Or we can say that both men and women have the same potential of intelligence, but women never show a lot. God create everyone equally but not everyone is granted the same approaches to success or achievements. They are restricted to families, which restrict them from showing a lot. They can cook food well, which is one standard for their excellence but not the one for male’s world. The novel goes this way since it implies the male consciousness. The ordinary intelligence of women in marriage and love is exposed completely. Havisham is abandoned on her wedding day, but she keeps the room like the day she got married, while on the other hand she tries every means to revenge men. Bearing these two conflictive thoughts in mind, Havisham certainly fails to live her own life out of the control or influence from male though she se

The discipline for women is my third point. A feminist De Bufuwa says, ‘One is called woman because she is “made” not “born”’.Culturally woman is the product of society and the result of its strict restrictions. Those women who do not obey the disciplines are not regarded as gracious or good women by social criteria, which emphasizes on families, the responsibilities for their husbands and their dependence on men. In Great Expectations, Estella and Havisham’s misfortunes are closely attached to love and marriage. They try to revenge men and but they cannot leave men. Estella leaves Pip but at last comes back to him, and Havisham keeps thinking about her marriage day and her the other part, who should come that day, in that gloomy room though she on the other hand revenges men. So tracing the track of a decent woman is the priority for women, as revealed in Dickens’ novel, otherwise tribulation falls.

Every period has an outstanding feature, which make descendants linger in mind. Victorian Age passed long ago, but its typical rules for women still work to some extent. To learn this novel can help us in understanding better women’s efforts to stand up. Society presses public to believe in notion that male play a dominant role. Even a feminist will drop into that swirl as she sees more and thinks more. Havisham can symbolize a feminist but what then? She needs a male accompany. Her ending somewhat is tragic but Estella harvests through a long time, but anyway she wins in depending man and leading a pleasant life.

The above is what I get from the novel in the textbook and to conclude my opinion in one sentence, I should say that women depend on men. That is not my opinion, but what I get. I have to mention that again since I myself am one part of that group and I am not willing to take a subordinate role in both family and society.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇7

In this summer holidays, I read a book called Great Expectations, it was written by Charles Dickens, one of the most famous English writers. He wrote lots of wonderful novels. This book is one of his compositions. People always like to compare with their

In this summer holidays, I read a book called < Great Expectations>, it was written by Charles Dickens, one of the most famous English writers. He wrote lots of wonderful novels. This book is one of his compositions.

People always like to compare with their friends. It is a big foible of all the people. If other people have a lot of money, we also want to be rich. If all the people around us are poor , we never mind that we are very poor, too. we will not ashamed because of our folly. This is a social problem.

If we never possess anything, we will not mind we lost some thing. Since we don’t want to be very rich ,we will not feel despond because poor.

The protagonist of this novel is Pip (Handel). His parents died when he was a baby. His sister had brought him up ‘by hand’. His sister married to Joe Gargery, the village blacksmith. They didn’t have much money, and Pip never went to school to study. But he was often very happy .Because all of his friends are like him. It isn’t very unfortunate to them, this is their lives. But by a chance, Pip helped a convict; he gave much food to him. Then he met Miss Havisham, a very strange old woman and she was very rich.

Four years later, Miss Havisham wants Pip to be removed from his home and educated as a gentleman who expects inherit a fortune when he grow up.

After hearing that . Pip started to despise his poor friends. He even feel ashamed because he live with the poor man . Pip’s ‘great expectations’ destroyed his life.

This novel told us that we cannot compare with others .Don’t feel envy at the others money. And if one day you be very rich , please don’t despise your poor friends.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇8

I think there are three themes revealed in the novel Great Expectations.

are fragile. That is not because those women are in lack of will, but that they need surviving abilities and that of self-survival and struggle against destiny. They always turn to men. That can be called “hero saving the beauty”. This notion originated in the Greek tales but is still adopted successively. The only difference between them lies in the plot and structure. Estella is adopted and trained to break men?s hearts by Miss Havisham. Havisham revenges men and marries Estella to an unworthy guy though Pip deeply loves Estella. Nothing can be bitterer than see his lover married to another guy for a man. Pip really fell into the despair of losing Estella. However, Estella suffers a lot and begins to regret for her initial choice for her spouse and begins to treasure

destiny, women are physically and intellectually inferior to men. Actually it does not mean they have an inferior intelligence, but that it seems so. Or we can say that both men and women have the same potential of intelligence, but women never show a lot. God creates everyone equally, but not everyone is granted the same approaches to success or achievements. Women are restricted to families, which restricts

them from showing a lot. They can cook food well, which is one standard for their excellence but not the one for male. The novel goes this way since it implies the male consciousness. The ordinary intelligence of women in marriage and love is exposed completely. Havisham is abandoned on her wedding day, but she keeps the room like the day she got married, while on the other hand she tries every means to revenge men. Bearing these two conflictive thoughts in mind, Havisham certainly fails to live her own life out of the control or influence from male.

discipline for women ]. A feminist De Bufuwa says: “One is called woman because she is ?made? not ?born?.” Culturally woman is the product of society and the result of its strict restrictions. Those women who do not obey the disciplines are not regarded as gracious or good women by social criteria, which emphasizes on families, the responsibilities for their husbands and their dependence on men. In Great Expectations, Estella and Havisham?s misfortunes are closely attached to love and marriage. They try to revenge men and but they cannot leave men. Estella leaves Pip, but at last she comes back to him. And Havisham keeps thinking about her marriage day and her husband. So in Dickens?s novel, women are decent on surface, but failed in heart.

Every period has an outstanding feature, which make descendants linger in mind. To learn this novel can help us in understanding better women?s efforts to stand up. Society presses public to believe that male

plays a dominant role. Havisham can symbolize a feminist but what then? She needs a male accompany. Her ending somewhat is tragic but Estella harvests through a long time, but anyway she wins in depending man and leading a pleasant life.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇9

Dickens is not a writer disdaining women. Instead he loves, respects and takes care of them, however, in his novels, he unconsciously degrades women and puts them inferior to men. This time I want to adopt Great Expectations to evidence my thesis.

Two reasons account for this. The Victorian Age pushed women back to home and indulge in their obedience and docility. An able woman today may be sung highly as a model of independence but male dominated that period even a little bit of rebellion from female world is regarded as the despising of sacred belief. The other one lies in that Dickens, as a well-known and truly successful writer, composes various and popular works. As a male, his achievement sounds great, which belittles the rest of his contemporaries, let alone the women. His success made him believe in men’s great ability.

There are three aspects in this novel that I believe this kind of thought of Dickens is revealed.

The first one is that women are fragile. “ Weaker, your name is woman.” Two hundreds ago, Shakespeare authored to the world this unprecedented sentence in Hamlet. Later, Dickens followed this great instruction unconsciously in creating his own works. That is not because that women are in lack of will but that they need surviving abilities and that of self-survival and struggle against destiny. They always turn to men. That can be called “hero saving the beauty”。 This notion originated in the Greek tales but is still adopted successively. The only difference between them lies in the plot and structure. Estella is adopted and trained to break men’s hearts by Miss Havisham. Havisham revenges men and marries Estella to an unworthy guy though Pip deeply loves Estella. Nothing can be bitterer than see his lover married to another guy for a man. Pip really fell into the despair of losing Estella. However, Estella suffers a lot and begins to regret for her initial choice for her spouse and begins to treasure

Then comes my second point. Facing destiny women are physically and intellectually inferior to men. Actually it does not mean they have an inferior intelligence but that it seems so. Or we can say that both men and women have the same potential of intelligence, but women never show a lot. God create everyone equally but not everyone is granted the same approaches to success or achievements. They are restricted to families, which restrict them from showing a lot. They can cook food well, which is one standard for their excellence but not the one for male’s world. The novel goes this way since it implies the male consciousness. The ordinary intelligence of women in marriage and love is exposed completely. Havisham is abandoned on her wedding day, but she keeps the room like the day she got married, while on the other hand she tries every means to revenge men. Bearing these two conflictive thoughts in mind, Havisham certainly fails to live her own life out of the control or influence from male though she se

The discipline for women is my third point. A feminist De Bufuwa says, ‘One is called woman because she is “made” not “born”’。 Culturally woman is the product of society and the result of its strict restrictions. Those women who do not obey the disciplines are not regarded as gracious or good women by social criteria, which emphasizes on families, the responsibilities for their husbands and their dependence on men. In Great Expectations, Estella and Havisham’s misfortunes are closely attached to love and marriage. They try to revenge men and but they cannot leave men. Estella leaves Pip but at last comes back to him, and Havisham keeps thinking about her marriage day and her the other part, who should come that day, in that gloomy room though she on the other hand revenges men. So tracing the track of a decent woman is the priority for women, as revealed in Dickens’ novel, otherwise tribulation falls.

Every period has an outstanding feature, which make descendants linger in mind. Victorian Age passed long ago, but its typical rules for women still work to some extent. To learn this novel can help us in understanding better women’s efforts to stand up. Society presses public to believe in notion that male play a dominant role. Even a feminist will drop into that swirl as she sees more and thinks more. Havisham can symbolize a feminist but what then? She needs a male accompany. Her ending somewhat is tragic but Estella harvests through a long time, but anyway she wins in depending man and leading a pleasant life.

The above is what I get from the novel in the textbook and to conclude my opinion in one sentence, I should say that women depend on men. That is not my opinion, but what I get. I have to mention that again since I myself am one part of that group and I am not willing to take a subordinate role in both family and society.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇10

^Great Expectations^ is the late works of Dickens, but also his most mature work. The title is ironic, it tells an orphan, Pip wants to be the ideal upper story of disillusionment, he eventually did not as a gentleman, of course, and there is no so-called Great Expectations.

This book is an extremely exciting story closely the readers heartstrings, and vividly describes the suffering of a continuous struggle with the fate of orphans Pip psychological history, at last he finally grasped the truth of life to become an ordinary person, and to shake hands with the first love reunion, was a complete ending.

^Great Expectations^ The story has its unique features; there is a time to let the reader unable to stop feeling. Pip hero of this book, but also linked to other characters in a theme. The environment can change peoples destiny, Pip is to be the environment change. The beginning, Pip was a kid how naive, easily the letter people, sympathetic.

However, Pip had suffered the fate that met the Queen as a girl, this girl will be thorough affect his life. He began to look down on themselves, they began their own home environment and background feel inferior, ^and I thought this house in mind, there is no hint of sunshine! The same time, their actions are more offensive and more looked down on his family.^ It was a very good scene of writing, in such a horrible room, look down upon himself. Is the magic do? Not! This is to be the one truth: Man is the product of the environment. Is the environment has changed Pip.

Further, Pip, ^good luck^, the already possessed, and the non-go when the upper one. Pip asked Herbert to teach him manners and rules, shows that he was anxious to be a Londoner. However, no matter what Pip’s hearts of the good, you can still feel the. He secretly spending money to support the cause of Herbert, which shows that he is a good person, generous benevolence of friends, and never mean. Know that his benefactor turned out to be a fugitive; he began to evolve from the environment. ^And the benefactor goodbye became heavy with the anxiety of.^

This shows that Pip began to care about the safety of the benefactor, and affection of the benefactor produced. ^Even if we lack of money can no longer use the benefactor’s money.^ Indicates Pip heart good things started to recover in the end, he lived a mundane and real life. Finally, Pip and Yisidaila Stop hand, one out of the ruins, the vast heaven and earth being immersed in the quiet of the moon…… From the ruins to the nights fog and then the very beautiful moon, a symbol of Pip and Yisidaila love Trilogy began is not possible, and then is hazy, and finally the moonlight shines. This is a happy ending, finally no regrets.

The language features, writing in the modus operandi, but there are many places that we can learn. ^Rats have been eating it with his teeth, but there is more than sharp teeth of rats chewing on me.^ In order to describe the Miss Habersham suffering, wonderful! ^A people the illusion of terror spread in my heart, as if I Yisidaila are beginning to rot … …^ This is a classic literary description, to the effect of poetry.

^Im suddenly feeling out of control, lying on the floor, straining to pull his hair on both sides.^ This sentence in particular to convey the characters psychological inner conflicts, he knew loved the wrong person, but still going to love. ^London gave me the impression that a little bit chaotic, narrow roads, forming, but also very dirty.^ This is only a few strokes; he outlines the characteristics of London. Pip was in this environment, to become a ^super person^ two efforts.

The author describes the Miss Habersham Hes story, both compact and they are comprehensive, using a flashback approach. At this point, we have the old ladys situation is clear to her before the abnormal behavior to understand. ^His words like lightning, so I look to see ourselves, and then disappointment, danger, shame and other consequences of the impact of coming to me, so I was almost breathing difficulties.^

Lightning in this analogy is very accurate, Magdalena is based on a series of swift and strong questioning reveals that he is the benefactor of Pip’s. Why Pip disappointments, danger, shame it? That is because the benefactor in his heart has always been a fan, he always felt the old lady, the result is a fugitive, he certainly disappointed. Contact with the fugitive is certainly dangerous, this point Pip clear. The fugitives money than with an upper peoples lives is also true that allows Pip ashamed of

In the years went on, people began to change, in the authors pen, wrote a very natural throughout. Finally we all lived in common and not real life; this is what a perfect ending.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇11

After reading the whole book of “Great Expectations” written by Charles Dickens, I can’t find suitable words to express my thoughts completely.

First of all, I am attracted by the excellent literary talent of Charles Dickens. The descriptions of the details are just right for the foundation of the background. The design of the story also brings me shock. To me, it is not only a good story, but also a lesson of the life that I am experiencing.

But, what I have learnt from the book is not the main idea that Charles Dickens wanted to show. What impresses me deeply is only a supporting role —Joe. Compared with the life of Pip, what Joe has experienced is so ordinary. He is an ordinary blacksmith, an ordinary husband, an ordinary brother, an ordinary friend, even an ordinary person! However, just such an ordinary person brings me a great special feeling. In his world, life is so simple. He is far away from the complex world which is polluted by the ugly soul of people. May be, “kind-hearted” is the biggest advantage of him, which is also the biggest shortage of him in his daily life.

Different from all the other figures in the book, Joe’s life is so simple and his thoughts also stay pure after he experiences whatever sufferings that life gives him. In my opinion, his childhood is miserable. What he has experienced must be unhappy and sorrowful. He grows up in such a family, meets so much violence (May be, in that period, it is common)。To say it exaggeratedly, there must be bad influences on his young heart. But, what he does surprises me one more time. He treats his sufferings in another way—to be sincere.

I can’t really understand what he is thinking about, but I am deeply touched by his behavior. His tolerant with his wife—Pip’s sister, his friendly affection with Pip, even his sympathy with a prisoner that all express one thing — sincerity. He is the harbor of soul for Pip. There is such a great difference between Joe and Pip’s ambition. What he tells us is that to be simple is the key to your happy life.

Optimism is another spirit in his soul. He never gives in to the difficulties that he meets. Maybe, in his dictionary of life, there is no word with the meaning of shrinking back. He never worries about his lower grade life ,but faces up to it. For example, he only can read ”J” and ”O” before, because he has no chance to study in his childhood. But finally, he sets his mind to study and can write letters by himself.

Although Joe is a person with only a little knowledge, what he owns is far more precious than many learned men. His pure heart will bring him great expectations. What he teaches us is that never to be taken away your pure heart and optimistic attitude towards life. There will be nothing difficult or miserable when you treat them with a sincere heart.

To be simple, what you will gain is far beyond your imagination and you will find that life is just a game which is always filled with happiness and bliss!

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇12

With so many famous masterpieces on the booklist, it is really a pretty hard job to choose one to read first. After much hesitation and deeply thought, I finally decided to borrow Great Expectations from the small library.

Great Expectations is about love, family, and rejection as Pip and Miss Havisham have both been rejected in certain ways. Pip is a boy around 13 years old, easy to fright, and goes through his life suffering lots of sadness. He is in love with a girl named Estella and wants her to find his love, but for him being shy and not showing himself to her, it makes it very hard for him.

Great Expectations was the penultimate novel completed by the most popular novelist of Victorian England, Charles Dickens. Born in Kent, England, in 1812 to a family of modest means but great pretensions, Dickens’s early life was marked by both humiliation and ambition. Dickens never forgot the period of financial crisis during his childhood, when following his father’s bankruptcy, he was taken out of school and forced to work in a shoepolish warehouse.

Pip meets an escaped convict, Magwitch, and gives him food, in an encounter that is to haunt both their lives.

When Pip receives riches from a mysterious benefactor he snobbishly abandons his friends for London society and his“great expectations”。

I set up my mind to select it for the reason that I have read a brief introduction of this masterpiece in my high school English textbook before. In addition, a Tale of Two Cities which is also written by Charles Dickens, the outstanding and special English writer, left me a wonderful and deep impression, when I finished reading the marvelous story.

Of course, Great Expectations didn’t let me down, either. What’s more, the whole structure of the novel is well and elaborately designed. The plot is extremely attractive and full of unexpected twists. Quite a few characters have a distinguishable personality. Moreover, those words and sentences are so beautiful and meaningful that I even took them down carefully in my notebook. By reading them no less than three times, I have learned not only some new phrases and sentences, but also a philosophy of life.

Among the characters, which impressed me most are not Pip and Estella who should be regarded as the leading roles, but Joe and Magwitch. I feel awfully sorry that I was not brave enough to read the original edition that is as thick as a brick. Otherwise, I may appreciate Joe and Magwitch more. Yes, they are not the main characters in the novel. However, what they said and what they did deeply touched me. It’s interesting, isn’t it? They are quite the opposite guys. One is a totally good man without the least bit of wickedness while the other is a prisoner who is believed to have committed every evil.

I believe that everyone who reads the book is to like Joe. When he talked about his heavy drinking father who hit him a lot, he said he had a lot of love. Faced with his rude wife, he would rather seem a bit weak or foolish than stand up to her and fight for himself. Knowing peacockish Pip was ashamed of his uneducated manners, he left sadly and quietly. The world rushes on over the strings of the lingering heart making the music of sadness. But when he was informed of Pip’s illness, he immediately came to take good care of Pip. He is always contributing everything and requiring nothing. Such a man is Joe, kind, tolerant and selfless. ^Nothing is so mild and gentle as courage, nothing so cruel and pitiless as cowardice,^ says a wise author.

However, why do I appreciate Magwitch, the bad guy? You may wonder. Indeed, Magwitch did a lot of evil things when he was young. But how can you be unmoved when you get to know that the old man kept himself going just by thinking of the boy who once did him a small favor? He lost his only daughter and Pip had no parents, so he considered himself as the boy’s second father, making up his mind to help his dear boy became a gentleman. He did every kind of job and led a hard life in Australia. At last he made a big fortune and promised himself that all the money would go to Pip. He could have led a better life in Australia ,but Ihe chose to go back to London .with the simple intention of seeing Pip, he went back at the risk of being hanged! “whatever the fault he had from the start, remember, reader, he had a good heart.” Joe used these words to describe his father. But I think these words can better describe Magwitch. He lived with the fear of death all his life. Who shuts love out, in turn shall be shut out from love. However, thankfully, because Pip finally realized his good heart, his ending was peaceful.

Dickens has Pip as the writer and first person narrator of this account of his lifes experiences, and the entire story is understood to have been written as a retrospective, rather than as a present tense narrative or a diary or journal. Still, though Pip ^knows^ how all the events in the story will turn out, he uses only very subtle foreshadowing so that we learn of events only when the Pip in the story does. Pip does, however, use the perspective of the bitter lessons hes learned to comment acidly on various actions and attitudes in his earlier life.

I know how to fully understand this novel, twice is far from enough. Pip, Estella, Miss Havisham, Biddy even Mr Wemmick, every single character has a story that is well worth my attention. I love this novel so much that I am determined to read the original edition one day. Believe me. But before that day comes, I will see the movie Great Expectations first.

Search for knowledge, read more, sit on your front porch and admire the view without paying attention to your needs.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇13

Impression of a book of Great Expectation Went to the bookstore during theholiday, I chose a book from a lot of world masterpieces, named Great Expectation, when I pick up this book, I have not expected that such an English book will have a so great impact on me, making my thoughts and feelings very deep, I think that theform and content of this book are all very outstanding. It is written by Charles Dickens,a famous writter from England,and it is not I will turn to thetopic on how it can attract me.

The character in this masterpiece left me the deep impression is falls in lovewith studied as hard as he himself for did helove Estella so much? Just for her beautiful face? because she is pretty? She is rich? She is proud? In fact, I think Pip pay out so much for the didnt treat him well and even that she didnt respect him at all! She put the food for him as a dog,but he didnt hate her.

On the contrary, he left from his home and his friends. He just want to be a abandoned a lot than he got. I cant understand why he do it in this way. I think its not worth at all. If one person dont like you or not respect you,you neednt do everything for her. So it made me quite feel sorry for Pip. He had a very difficult life... Miss Havisham is aslo a character who left me a deep was a pitiful mother died young.

Her farther was very rich and very only one child,Miss Havisham,by his first fact, she should have a nice life,but her wedding was destroied by her broke her heart and she was want to retaliate all was really a abject she chose a wrong way to continue her life..She wanted to hurt other she had is no good for made her feel a little there was more victims in the are so many persons in the they were hurt they want to hurt other innocent persons.

Athough this is no good for them,but they did do not know why they did the world full of is difficult to understand. Thats my thought.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇14

Went to the bookstore during the holiday, I chose a book from a lot of world masterpieces, named Great Expectation, when I pick up this book, I have not expected that such an English book will have a so great impact on me, making my thoughts and feelings very deep, I think that the form and content of this book are all very outstanding.

It is written by Charles Dickens,a famous writter from England,and it is not I will turn to the topic on how it can attract me.

The character in this masterpiece left me the deep impression is falls in love with studied as hard as he himself for did he love Estella so much? Just for her beautiful face? because she is pretty? She is rich? She is proud? In fact, I think Pip pay out so much for the didnt treat him well and even that she didnt respect him at all! She put the food for him as a dog,but he didnt hate her. On the contrary, he left from his home and his friends. He just want to be a abandoned a lot than he got. I cant understand why he do it in this way. I think its not worth at all. If one person dont like you or not respect you,you neednt do everything for her. So it made me quite feel sorry for Pip. He had a very difficult life.

Miss Havisham is aslo a character who left me a deep was a pitiful mother died farther was very rich and very only one child,Miss Havisham,by his first fact, she should have a nice life,but her wedding was destroied by her broke her heart and she was want to retaliate all was really a abject she chose a wrong way to continue her wanted to hurt other she had is no good for made her feel a little there was more victims in the are so many persons in the they were hurt they want to hurt other innocent this is no good for them,but they did do not know why they did Made the world full of is difficult to understand.

Thats my thought.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇15

After reading the whole book of “Great Expectations” written by Charles Dickens, I can’t find suitable words to express my thoughts completely.

First of all, I am attracted by the excellent literary talent of Charles Dickens. The descriptions of the details are just right for the foundation of the background. The design of the story also brings me shock. To me, it is not only a good story, but also a lesson of the life that I am experiencing.

But, what I have learnt from the book is not the main idea that Charles Dickens wanted to show. What impresses me deeply is only a supporting role ―Joe. Compared with the life of Pip, what Joe has experienced is so ordinary. He is an ordinary blacksmith, an ordinary husband, an ordinary brother, an ordinary friend, even an ordinary person! However, just such an ordinary person brings me a great special feeling. In his world, life is so simple. He is far away from the complex world which is polluted by the ugly soul of people. May be, “kind-hearted” is the biggest advantage of him, which is also the biggest shortage of him in his daily life.

Different from all the other figures in the book, Joe’s life is so simple and his thoughts also stay pure after he experiences whatever sufferings that life gives him. In my opinion, his childhood is miserable. What he has experienced must be unhappy and sorrowful. He grows up in such a family, meets so much violence(May be, in that period, it is common)To say it exaggeratedly, there must be bad influences on his young heart. But, what he does surprises me one more time. He treats his sufferings in another way―to be sincere.

I can’t really understand what he is thinking about, but I am deeply touched by his behavior. His tolerant with his wife―Pip’s sister, his friendly affection with Pip, even his sympathy with a prisoner that all express one thing ― sincerity. He is the harbor of soul for Pip. There is such a great difference between Joe and Pip’s ambition. What he tells us is that to be simple is the key to your happy life.

Optimism is another spirit in his soul. He never gives in to the difficulties that he meets. Maybe, in his dictionary of life, there is no word with the meaning of shrinking back. He never worries about his lower grade life ,but faces up to it. For example, he only can read ”J” and ”O” before, because he has no chance to study in his childhood. But finally, he sets his mind to study and can write letters by himself.

Although Joe is a person with only a little knowledge, what he owns is far more precious than many learned men. His pure heart will bring him great expectations. What he teaches us is that never to be taken away your pure heart and optimistic attitude towards life. There will be nothing difficult or miserable when you treat them with a sincere heart.

To be simple, what you will gain is far beyond your imagination and you will find that life is just a game which is always filled with happiness and bliss!

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇16

“Great expectations” is one of Dicken’s most maturest works. After Dicken had experienced large part of meaningful life, he had a deeper cognition for people, environment, as well as the life which he had gone through. And all the mature cognitions are included in this writing---Great expectations.

Pip was brought up by his sister who was unpleasant as well as crude and her friendly blacksmith husband—Joe. Joe himself had arranged a common hard but satisfied path for Pip to go through, and on the other hand, Pip beheld this as his highest goal to achieve.

But the two things which he had experienced later had changed his pursue and his fate as well. Met Abel Magwith(an escaped convict) in the swamp, and unwillingly helped him out of danger by stealing food from his own home. If say that had changed his attitude for material life, then, his introduction to Miss Havisham, an aging woman who had been jilted at the alter and Estella who had been brought up by Havisham only to revenge for her own pain had brought vast shock for his world of spirit.

Aspiring to be a gentleman despite his humble born, Pip fortunately or unfortunately received a fund of wealth from an unknown source and being sent to London with a lawyer. From then on, he became a gentleman without question at the price of losing everything.

The title of this book is ‘Great expectations” which make an impression on us that the character would have great expectations just as the title goes. But in fact this title has a tone of sarcastic on the other way around.

This story full of quirkiness from the very beginning to the end, the relations among characters are anfractuous as well which actually attracted me a lot.

One of the paragraphs, which I appreciate most implicatively as well as beautifully expresses the feeling between Pip and Estella.

“We are friends,” said I, rising and bending over her, as she rose from the bench.

‘And will continue friends apart.” Said Estella.

I took his hand in mine, and we went out of the ruined place; and, as the morning mists had risen long ago when I first let the forge, so, the evening mists were rising now, and in all the broad expanse of tranquil light they showed to me, I saw no shadow of another parting from her.

At the view of language, this works had achieved a step o f highest, Dicken had made this writing plain and fluent as well, which surely can attract lots of readers and high comments.

To be frank, I really impressed by this art of beauty. So I like Dicken’s works very much.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇17

Impression of a book of Great Expectation Went to the bookstore during the holiday, I chose a book from a lot of world masterpieces, named Great Expectation, when I pick up this book, I have not expected that such an English book will have a so great impact on me, making my thoughts and feelings very deep, I think that the form and content of this book are all very outstanding. It is written by Charles Dickens,a famous writter from England,and it is not I will turn to the topic on how it can attract me. The character in this masterpiece left me the deep impression is falls in love with studied as hard as he himself for did he love Estella so much? Just for her beautiful face? because she is pretty? She is rich? She is proud? In fact, I think Pip pay out so much for the didnt treat him well and even that she didnt respect him at all! She put the food for him as a dog,but he didnt hate her. On the contrary, he left from his home and his friends. He just want to be a abandoned a lot than he got. I cant understand why he do it in this way. I think its not worth at all. If one person dont like you or not respect you,you neednt do everything for her. So it made me quite feel sorry for Pip. He had a very difficult life... Miss Havisham is aslo a character who left me a deep was a pitiful mother died farther was very rich and very only one child,Miss Havisham,by his first fact, she should have a nice life,but her wedding was destroied by her broke her heart and she was want to retaliate all was really a abject she chose a wrong way to continue her life..She wanted to hurt other she had is no good for made her feel a little there was more victims in the are so many persons in the they were hurt they want to hurt other innocent this is no good for them,but they did do not know why they did the world full of is difficult to understand. Thats my thought.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇18

Went to the bookstore during the holiday, I chose a book from a lot of world masterpieces, named Great Expectation, when I pick up this book, I have not expected that such an English book will have a so great impact on me, making my thoughts and feelings very deep, I think that the form and content of this book are all very outstanding.

It is written by Charles Dickens,a famous writter from England,and it is not I will turn to the topic on how it can attract me.

The character in this masterpiece left me the deep impression is falls in love with studied as hard as he himself for did he love Estella so much? Just for her beautiful face? because she is pretty? She is rich? She is proud? In fact, I think Pip pay out so much for the didn\'t treat him well and even that she didn\'t respect him at all! She put the food for him as a dog,but he didn\'t hate her. On the contrary, he left from his home and his friends. He just want to be a abandoned a lot than he got. I can\'t understand why he do it in this way. I think it\'s not worth at all. If one person don\'t like you or not respect you,you needn\'t do everything for her. So it made me quite feel sorry for Pip. He had a very difficult life...

Miss Havisham is aslo a character who left me a deep was a pitiful mother died farther was very rich and very only one child,Miss Havisham,by his first fact, she should have a nice life,but her wedding was destroied by her broke her heart and she was want to retaliate all was really a abject she chose a wrong way to continue her life..She wanted to hurt other she had is no good for made her feel a little there was more victims in the are so many persons in the they were hurt they want to hurt other innocent this is no good for them,but they did do not know why they did the world full of is difficult to understand.

That\'s my thought.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇19

“Great expectations” is one of Dicken’s most maturest works. After Dicken had experienced large part of meaningful life, he had a deeper cognition for people, environment, as well as the life which he had gone through. And all the mature cognitions are included in this writing——Great expectations.

Pip was brought up by his sister who was unpleasant as well as crude and her friendly blacksmith husband—Joe. Joe himself had arranged a common hard but satisfied path for Pip to go through, and on the other hand, Pip beheld this as his highest goal to achieve.

But the two things which he had experienced later had changed his pursue and his fate as well. Met Abel Magwith(an escaped convict) in the swamp, and unwillingly helped him out of danger by stealing food from his own home. If say that had changed his attitude for material life, then, his introduction to Miss Havisham, an aging woman who had been jilted at the alter and Estella who had been brought up by Havisham only to revenge for her own pain had brought vast shock for his world of spirit.

Aspiring to be a gentleman despite his humble born, Pip fortunately or unfortunately received a fund of wealth from an unknown source and being sent to London with a lawyer. From then on, he became a gentleman without question at the price of losing everything.

The title of this book is ‘Great expectations” which make an impression on us that the character would have great expectations just as the title goes. But in fact this title has a tone of sarcastic on the other way around.

This story full of quirkiness from the very beginning to the end, the relations among characters are anfractuous as well which actually attracted me a lot.

One of the paragraphs, which I appreciate most implicatively as well as beautifully expresses the feeling between Pip and Estella.

“We are friends,” said I, rising and bending over her, as she rose from the bench.

‘And will continue friends apart.” Said Estella.

I took his hand in mine, and we went out of the ruined place; and, as the morning mists had risen long ago when I first let the forge, so, the evening mists were rising now, and in all the broad expanse of tranquil light they showed to me, I saw no shadow of another parting from her.

At the view of language, this works had achieved a step o f highest, Dicken had made this writing plain and fluent as well, which surely can attract lots of readers and high comments.

To be frank, I really impressed by this art of beauty. So I like Dicken’s works very much.

遠大前程英語讀后感200字左右 篇20

Class one Student Name: Anna Wang Great Expectation was written by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), one of the most popular writers of all the time, who created some of the best-known characters in English literature. Great Expectation is similar to David Copperfield in that it is the story of a boy growing up.

Pip has lost his parents when he was fifteen years old. He was brought up by his sister and her husband--Joe Gargery, a blacksmith who takes Pip on as an apprentice, teaches him his trade and makes friends with him. One day before Christmas, when Pip went to the churchyard where his parents were buried, he met an escaping convict-- Abel Magwitch. Pip brought cakes for the hungry man, which touched Abel deeply, although he was caught by police. After the Christmas, Pip was invited to play with Estella, a beautiful girl adopted by Miss Havisham. Miss Havisham was the richest man in the village. But she was very strange. She was dressed a bridal veil all the whole life after her fiancé left her at the wedding day, taking her a large amount of property. So she lived in the revenge and hated all the men. She treated Estella as a tool to take revenge on all man. When Pip met Estella, he loved her, so did Estella. But Estella knew she was just a tool to carry out the revenge plan of Miss Havisham, so she pretended to be proud, indifferent and look down upon Pip- a relative of a poor blacksmith, which broke Pip’s heart. As a consequence, Pip was determined to become a real gentleman who is in possession of money, good manners, luxurious life and a great expectation for Estella’s sake. Under the help of a stranger who donated a lot of money to him, Pip left Joe and the village, and went to London to live a luxurious life to learn to how to become a real gentleman. Pip started to waste money, look down upon other poor people, even including Joe, his brother-in-law and best friend! Gradually, Pip lost himself in the whirlpool of money, although he has had a large number of debts. As the same time, Estella has become more and more beautiful, graceful and brilliant. She walked in the crowd of men and married one of them as the Miss Havisham’s wish, which really tore Pip into pieces. And, as the same time, the mysterious benefactor of Pip came out. He is Abel- the escaping convict whom Pip has helped. When he escaped from the prison again, he earned much money and wanted to pay back Pip in that way. But Abel soon was caught by police and died. The properties he gave to Pip

also were confiscated by police. Pip fell from the heaven to hell. He couldn’t stand it. As a result, he had a serious ill.

After receiving a letter describing the bad situation of Pip, Joe came to London to look after Pip in spite of the bad attitude Pip ever towards him. After recovering, Pip realized his wrong. He decided to be a gentleman by his own endeavor. So he came back to the small village and spared no efforts to make business with his friend--Herbert. Several years later, Pip met Estella again at the old house of Miss Havisham. After knowing her husband has died and the real reason why Estella didn’t choose him before, Pip made a proposal to her. At last, the two lovers were in together and Pip found his real great expectation at the end.

When I finished reading the novel, I also take consideration to the question “what a real great expectation is?” In my opinion, great expectation not means money, luxurious life provided by others, even the benefactors are your parents. It is our own dreams that we want to realize by our own efforts. Great expectation may be the further study, a respectable degree, a good job, a warm family or something else. But we must know that our future and great expectation must be mastered by our own. We should working for them, fighting for them, even dying for them, whatever. Only when we got what we want by our own endeavor, can we say we have had a great expectation.