My name is Pip. I live with my Uncle Joe, a poor blacksmith. When I was invited to Miss Havisham's house, I didn't expect to be playing cards with a very pretty, insulting girl.
I win! Take that you commom welp with thick boots and rough hands!
Estella's taunting hurt me. I realized I could never be happy if I was a common laborer.
Estella won't love me... I'll never be good enough.
I inherited a large sum of money, so I moved in with Matthew Pocket, a fellow gentleman. His son and I became friends, and now we are gentlemen together! I've never felt so alive!
Now that I was a gentleman, I went and confessed my love to Estella. But she still didn't love me! I find myself strangely sad... I have all the money I need, and yet am still unhappy with my life. Do I now have too much?
Idiot. I have no heart.
Who have I become?!
I went back home, thinking about my life. I was a gentleman now, but being a gentleman lead to poor choices. I was no longer happy to be one. I thought about Biddy. Because she was common, she made the most out of life and was happy. Maybe I could do the same with her!
When I got back, I found Biddy had been married to my former guardian Uncle Joe. Though I had lost my wealth, I was happy to start working for my own pay. I lived on to be healthy and happy.