我们的解释是一种道德行为。我们发现我们对页面上的内容的反应是即时的，不管作者在什么时候写下了她的话。随着时间的推移和阅读经验，我们的视觉形式的强度，我们可以称之为一种文学的智慧。（Susan Barber，2005）基于以上报价，我们可以掌握这个想法，任何作者和读者可以看到文学或可能诉诸想象力在参考他们的个人的现实世界。无论文学作品作为社会变革的媒介，还是仅仅是娱乐，艺术仍然能够通过与作者的创造力和想象力的接触来取悦我们。此外，劳埃德琼斯在接受采访时说，他选择介绍它，而不是任何其他经典小说，因为这将是“完美的书[…]在一个被打破的社会和[…]被永远的冲突和战争分开。这是[…]的角色模型，这是你要想想你自己的生活的可能性。你可以重塑自己”（Lloyd Jones播客），皮普先生，玛蒂尔达意识到，远大前程的人物教她进入另一个灵魂，最终以想象和新颖的邀请她去想象另一种生活，也是沃茨先生给他的学生们的一个朋友：Pip和他们的想象力。在小说的开头，沃茨先生承诺孩子们会认识狄更斯先生，同时他把教室作为一个模糊的空间，他承认不同的观点和解释的主观性。他想让他们知道改变生活是可能的，因为皮普做到了，沃茨也这样做了。他打算给村里的孩子一个与他们居住的人不同的世界：一个想象中的世界，那里一切都是新的和不同的，而不是他们自己的恐惧世界。
Our interpretation is a moral act. We find that our response to what is on the page is immediate, no matter how long ago the author laid down her words. With time and experience in reading, we form an intensity of sight, what we might call a literary intelligence.(Susan Barber, 2005) Based on the quotation above, we can grasp this idea that any author and reader can see the literary or possible world in reference to their personal realities by appealing to the imagination. Whether literature works best as an agent for social change or whether it is just entertainment, art is still able to delight us through contact with the author’s creativity and imagination. In addition, Lloyd Jones said in an interview that he chose to introduce it, rather than any other classic novel, because it would be “the perfect book […] to position in a society that was broken down and […] pulled apart by eternal strife and war. Here is […] the role model, here is the possibility for you to think about your own life. You can reinvent yourselves” (Lloyd Jones Podcast) .In Mister Pip, Matilda realizes that the characters of Great Expectations teach her to enter the soul of another, ultimately to imagine and the novel invites her to imagine another life and also Mr. Watts gives his students a friend: Pip and their imagination. At the beginning of the novel, Mr Watts promises that the children get acquainted with Mr Dickens, at the same time he opens up the classroom as a space of ambiguity, a place where he acknowledges differing opinions and the subjectivity of interpretation. He wants to show them that it is possible to change their lives because Pip did it and Mr. Watts did it, too. He intends to give the village children an alternative world to the one they live in: an imaginary world where everything is new and different, as opposed to their own world of constant fear.