Great Expectations is the thirteenth novel by Charles Dickens and his
penultimate completed .... Miss Havisham tells Pip that Estella was brought to her
by Jaggers aged two or ... He is confronted w...
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 gives Pip a gift of twenty-five pounds, and Pip and Joe go to
Town Hall to confirm the ... In the original ending, they did not get together.
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.
Miss Havisham gives a generous premium to Joe for Pip's service saying Pip has
... see him in the forge with blackened face and hands, doing his coarse work.
Orlick is now working as Miss Havisham's guard and Pip is nervous when ... He
manages to get Orlick fired, but it is Jaggers who does the dirty work of firing him.
Orlick is now working as Miss Havisham's guard and this unnerves Pip,
especially ... He also tells Pip that he has become engaged to Clara, but they
cannot get ... He does not know how much money he will receive, and he has no
training for ...
This time, the house seems full of people waiting to see her but she sees him first.
... Pip returns once again to Miss Havisham's, but he does not run into the boy ...
Dickens is contrasting Pip's shame at having to do honest, hard work with his ...
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 ...
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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?