Philip Pirrip, called Pip, is the protagonist and narrator in Charles Dickens's novel
Great ... He starts out very kind and does not care at all about what class he is in.
... In his youth, he b...
You see, Pip believes that he and Estella are meant to be. End of story. Get the
pumpkin carriage ... Pip knocks at Miss Havisham's gate, and who should appear
but Orlick, the bully who used to work in the forge. Orlick is the new gatekeeper.
Miss Havisham is morbidly delighted to see that Pip is nonetheless taken with the
... When Pip returns home, he lies to Joe, Mrs. Joe, and Pumblechook about his ...
that they got married or anything, but it is highly likely they did in this ending.
Hoping to see Estella and to apologize to Joe, Pip travels home, forced to share
... even if Miss Havisham is his secret benefactor, she does not intend for him to ...
When he was a kid he had to work in a nasty factory to help out at home. ...
Estella moves to London and Pip thinks that this is part of Miss Havisham's plan
for him. ... He helps Pip set up an account for his friend Herbert so that Herbert
may get ... Pip does not enjoy himself because he is the only child there and he
feels so ...
Since Pip is not willing to play, Miss Havisham asks if he is willing to work. ... Miss
Havisham replies that Matthew will come to see her when she is dead.
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At the end of chapter 4, why did Pip "run for his life," and why didn't he get very far
? ... How does Pip feel about himself after his first meeting at Miss Havisham's?
Pip cannot see him so calmly, partly because of what he suffered at ... Orlick goes
to work in the lime quarry and his clothes are covered in lime. ... winked assent;
from which I at once inferred that he had never seen Miss Havisham, for she was
nothing of the kind. Why does Mrs Joe ask Pumblechook for confirmation? Does
Does it indicate growth in Pip, subconscious anger against her, or some other ...
Until released by death, the delirious Miss Havisham repeats, like a mantra, three
... and/or is he motivated by pride, a desire not to let Joe see how he has fallen?
... characterize Jaggers and Wemmick and their working relationship; he is also ...
Feb 16, 2004 ... Pip's only original knowledge of Miss Havisham is that she is said to be “an
immensely ... Once, I had been taken to see some ghastly wax-work at the Fair, ...
Would the effect of the passage change if Pip did not first invoke the ...