Mr. Wopsle, clerk of the church in Pip's village. .... story "Going into Society," who,
as the future Pip does, entertains the illusion ... Pip's thoughts while he is in
One reason why certain of these stories are called "classics" is their popularity. ....
Pip feels he is watched; Pip fears Estella is married but will not make sure; Mr.
Wopsle sees ... When Mrs. Joe prepares Pip for his visit to town, he likens himself
to a ... He is anxious to hide Joe from his London companions, though he k...
A highly popular murder had been committed, and Mr. Wopsle was imbrued in
blood to .... said he, looking round at us as we all quailed before him, "I have
reason to believe ... The strange gentleman beckoned him out of his place, and
Joe went. ... I had met on the stairs, on the occasion of my second visit to Miss
Now, I'll ask you another question;” taking possession of Mr. Wopsle, as if he had
a right to him. ... said he, looking round at us as we all quailed before him, “I have
reason to ... The strange gentleman beckoned him out of his place, and Joe went.
... I had met on the stairs, on the occasion of my second visit to Miss Havisham.
He also induces Mr Wopsle to tell the relationship between Pip and Joe. ...
Pumblechook frequently visits in order to discuss Pip's 'prospects', the general
consensus being that Miss ..... He learns she has returned from France and is
going to live in London. ..... He had seen Pip's face hovering near him
everywhere he ...
PLOT DEVELOPMENT: On Christmas Day Pip and Joe go to church dressed in
formal, ... Pip attends a small, inferior school taught by Mr. Wopsle's great aunt. ....
that he seems uninterested in material things and that he does not visit Miss
Havisham. .... PLOT DEVELOPMENT: Pip travels by coach through London to Mr.
Chapter 4 - The Gargerys have guests for Christmas: Mr. Wopsle, the church
clerk; ... He instructs Pip to come to his office in London the next week and gives
Pip money to ... Chapter 28 - Pip resolves to go to his town and stay at Joe's so
he can visit Estella. .... I don't believe he went to work in Cairo, it was Clarriker'...
When he arrives in London, Magwitch goes by the name of Provis. .... When the
soldiers venture forth to find their quarry, Joe, Mr. Wopsle, and Pip follow them. ...
On his second visit, Pip waits in an outer room while four relatives of Miss ... Later
, peace prevails, with Joe and Orlick sharing beer while going about their work.
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Identify Mr. Wopsle and Mr. Pumblechook. What happened when ... At the end of
chapter 4, why did Pip "run for his life," and why didn't he get very far? .... keep
her from going on a rampage. 3. ... Herbert Pocket is Pip's London flat-mate. ... He
is hurt because she does not believe he will come more often to visit Jo...
Chapter 19: London Ho! ... Chapter 33: Estella Tells Me Where She is Going. ...
Chapter 49: I Visit Miss Havisham Again. ... Joe finishes mending the cuffs, and
he, Mr. Wopsle, and Pip accompany the soldiers out into the marshes. ... For
some reason, it's very important to him that the other man be returned to the
prison ship, ...