Great Expectations - Chapter Summaries

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Great Expectations Notes Chapter 1 Setting: early in the 1800s; Churchyard in tiny village east of London  Joe Gargey and her husband in the Marshes.  His parents died Pip- Phillip Pirrap- main character- 7 years old- Lives w/ sister Mrs. when he was younger  One time while visiting his parents grave he meets a strange man- He asks Pip to get him a file and some writtles (food). Chapter 2 Setting: At home; We meet Joe Gargery, the blacksmith, and Mrs. Joe, Pip’s sister  Joe Gargery and Pip were both brought up by hand  At dinner Pip placed his bread for the convict down the leg of his trousers  The family receives news that Hulks(convicts) are on the loose  Later that night, Pip gets some bread, cheese, pork pie, mincemeat,  brandy, and the file (from the forge, this is where Joe works) Chapter 3 Setting: In the churchyard again; Pip delivers the stolen goods  Pip approached a man who was dressed in coarse grey, and had a great iron on his leg, but this was a different man  Pip saw the right convict hugging himself and limping. He had the chills and the fever  The convict asked Pip if he brought anyone and he said no, and the man believed him  The convict asked Pip where the man w/ the bruised face went. Pip pointed and handed him the file Chapter 4 Setting: At home; Christmas dinner we meet Mr. Pumblechook, Mr. Wopsle, and the Hubbles  Pip was fearful on his return that there would be a police officer waiting for him at home, but no one suspected the robbery  Pip made the excuse that he was listening to Christmas Carols  The guests: Mr. Wopsle- Church’s assistant to a parish priest- Mr. Hubble- one who makes wheels- Uncle Pumblechook- a grain merchant. He also had a chaise-cart  A file of soldiers w/ handcuffs. The wanted Joe to fix the handcuffs  They all go to the marshes in search for the convicts Chapter 5 Setting: On the marshes; Pursuit  The search party could hear voices calling  They found the two convicts; There was water splashing and mud flying, and oaths were being sworn and blows being struck  They lit torches and marched separating the convicts  In order to take pip out of suspicion, this convict tells the sargent that he stole the food from Joe – The convict was taken on a boat and disappeared into the night Chapter 6 Setting: At home; Pip receives an odd job  Pip learns to write at Mr.

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Wopsle’s great aunt’s school &#61623; When Uncle Joe was a kid, he had parents who drank heavily and so Joe didn’t attend school &#61623; Miss Havisham- rich and grim lady who lives in a large and dismal house barricated against robbers &#61623; Pip is invited to play at her house, but he doesn’t know why Chapter 7 Setting: At Miss H’s Satis house: We meet Miss h and Estella * Uncle Pumblechook takes Pip to her house &#61623; Miss H’s house had many iron bars and some windows were walled up &#61623; Estella lets Pip in the gate; She is very pretty and proud &#61623; Estella is called down to play w/Pip. They play cards and Pip asks to go home- When leaving she asks him to return in six days Chapter 8 Setting: At home: Pip reports on his visit w/ Miss H &#61623; Mr. Pumblechook and Mrs, Joe asked Pip questions &#61623; Pip lied to them but then told Joe the truth Chapter 9 Setting: In the village; Biddy and a secret looking stranger &#61623; Joe sometimes went to a public house to smoke his pipe/ Three Jolly Bargemen &#61623; Joe was there w/ Mr. Wopsle and a stranger &#61623; When the men’s drinks arrive the stranger stirred it w/ a file! He did this so only Pip saw him. The stranger was the convict &#61623; also the stranger gives Pip two one pound notes/ Pip sister puts them in a piece of paper, and puts that under some dried rose leaves in an ornamental tea- pot on top of the state parlor &#61623; This remained a nightmare to Pip many a nights Chapter 10 Setting: At Satis House; We meet poor relations and a pale young gentlemen &#61623; On arrival pip was taken a different way/ He was in a room w/ 3 ladies and a gentlemen &#61623; In a room that is full of dust lies on a table a old bridecake &#61623; It was Miss H b-day; she didn’t permit any talk of it &#61623; Then Estella and pip played cards &#61623; Outside Pip meets up w/ a fellow his own age; they began to fight, Pip knocked him down and then won the fight &#61623; Impressed at Pip, Estella allows Pip to kiss her on the cheek Chapter 11 Setting: At Satis House; Pip is apprenticed to Joe &#61623; Miss h asks Pip about what he was going to be when he was older- Learning he will be apprenticed she wishes to meet Joe &#61623; When Mrs. Joe hears the news she goes on a rampage &#61623; Joe dressed himse;f in his Sunday clothes and headed w/ Pip to Miss H’s house &#61623; Miss H asked questions and when they were leaving handed Joe 25 guineas (this was Pip’s premium) Chapter 12 Setting: At the forge we meet Orlick &#61623; Sometimes Joe was taught by Pip out in the marshes; Joe never remembered anything &#61623; Orlick- Joe’s journeyman- a person who works for a master worker- not an apprentice &#61623; Pip was granted a ½ day so Orlick complained and also got one &#61623; Orlick and Pip’s sister got in a fight; Pip again visited Miss H w/ Mr. Wopsle accomping him &#61623; Mr. Wopsle meets up w/ pip and says that his sister was knocked down by a tremendous blow on the back of her head Chapter 13 Setting: At home; After Mrs. Joe is struck down, Biddy takes over &#61623; No goods were taken from the house; at the time when this happened Joe was at the Three Jolly Bargemen &#61623; A convicts leg iron was by his sister &#61623; Pip figures the guilty person was either the convict or Orlick &#61623; Pip helped his sister by taking command s off a slate &#61623; Orlick was always visiting w/ Mrs. Joe &#61623; On Pip’s b-day he visited Miss H, and she gave him a guinea &#61623; At home Pip told Biddy he wanted to be a gentlemen Chapter 14 Setting: In the village; Pip receives remarkable news &#61623; Mr. Jaggers- a lawyer- has a private conference w/ Pip and Joe &#61623; Jaggers offers Pip to be his guardian paid for by a unknown person &#61623; Pip was also given money to buy new clothes Chapter 15 Setting: At the scenes of his childhood; Pip says goodbye &#61623; pip went to Mr. Trabb, a tailor, to buy clothes &#61623; Biddy made Pip breakfast and they all said good-bye Chapter 16 Setting: In london; We meet Jaggers again and Wemmick &#61623; The journey was 5 hours &#61623; Jaggers office was in Little Britain &#61623; Wemmick, Jaggers clerk takes Pip to Barnard’s Inn, where he meets Herbert Chapter 17 Setting: the first night in london; Pip finds a friend in Herbert Pocket and learns Miss H’s story &#61623; Pip becomes good friends w/ Herbert Pocket ( he was the pale young gentlemen, Pip had fought long ago) &#61623; Herbert says that Estella was excessively proud and fickle/ Estella was adopted by Miss H &#61623; Herbert’s father was Miss H’s cousin &#61623; Herbert gives Pip the nickname Handel, after a famous composer &#61623; Miss H’s story- Miss h mother died when she was a baby, and her father spoiled her. Her father married a cook, and Miss h now had a half brother. The son turned out riotous, extravagant, undutiful-altogether bad. A man pursued Miss H closely and Miss H idolized him. He also got great sums of money from her. Herbert’s father warned Miss H of doing to much for this man. She ordered him out of the house. They were set to be married and he wrote a letter to her. She received it in dressing for her marriage at 20 min to 9. From that point on she stopped all of the clocks. &#61623; Herbert was a capitalist- an insurer of ships Chapter 18 Setting: Early days in London; We meet the rest of the Pocket family, Drummle, Startop, and the aged parent &#61623; Mrs. Pocket/Belinda—Drummle/ Old looking young man—Startop/ younger in years and in appearance—Camilla/ Mr. Pocket’s sister &#61623; Mr. Jaggers gives pip 20 pounds Chapter 19 Setting: London; Dinner w/ Jaggers, we meet Molly &#61623; Molly servant of Jaggers/Strong wrists Chapter 20 Setting: London; Joe pays pip a visit &#61623; Joe game to visit/ Told Pip Mr. Wopsle left church &#61623; Pip receives a note to see Miss H Chapter 21 Setting: a return to Satis house; Miss H, Estella, and Orlick &#61623; Orlick lets pip in the gate &#61623; Pip notices that estella has changed; she is now more beautiful &#61623; He realizes he loves her Chapter 22 Setting: London and it’s suburb Richmond; a visit w/ Estella &#61623; Estella is now going to live w/ a widow in Richmond Chapter 23 Setting: Back in the village; A sad occasion &#61623; Mrs. Joe Gargery died &#61623; After this event biddy decides to try and find a job as a teacher Chapter 24 Setting: London and walworth; One expectation comes true and Pip helps Herbert &#61623; It’s Pip 21 b-day &#61623; He is given 55 pounds/ Then pip talks to wemmick about what to do w/ this money &#61623; Pip decides to go to Walworth Chapter 25 Setting: Richmond and Satis House; Miss H, Estella, and Drummle &#61623; Estella was placed w/ Mrs. Bradley—in Richmond &#61623; Estella asks Pip to take her to Satis House, and he does &#61623; Miss h is now very fond of Estella &#61623; Pip finds out that Estella was set to wreck Miss H’s revenge on men and that she was not to be given to Pip &#61623; Bentley Drummle is given the nickname, &quot;spider&quot; Chapter 26 Setting: one stormy evening in London; a long- awaited appearance &#61623; Pip was now 23 years old and left the Barnards Inn to live in Temple (collection of apartments and office buildings) &#61623; A visitor surprises Pip in late night. He was dressed like a voyager/ age 60? &#61623; The visitor was the convict from childhood. His name is Abel Magwitch a.k.a. Provis &#61623; The convict is the suitor who is paying for Pip’s fortunes, in return for helping him while ago &#61623; The convict got rich from sheep- farming in Australia &#61623; If the convict’s return was known in England, he would be put to death. Pip and Herbert agree to hide the convict Chapter 27 Setting: London the next day; Pip faces facts &#61623; While coming up the stairs, Pip fell over something, and that something was a man Chapter 28 Setting: London; Magwitch tells his story and we learn about Compeyson and a man named Arthur &#61623; Provis tells them the story of his life and his association w/ a man named compeyson, who had a business of swindling, and forging. He was the other convict &#61623; When both were tried for felony, Compeyson had a shorter sentence because of his gentlemen appearance. Magwitch had a longer one! &#61623; Arthur havisham- Miss H’s half brother Chapter 29 Setting: Richmond and satin House; Estella’s news &#61623; Pip visits Miss H and telss of his discovery &#61623; Bently Drummle was @ the house &#61623; Pip professes his love for Estella, but then after learning she is to marry Bently &#61623; Pip does a final protestation of his love, and then heads away and back to London Chapter 30 Setting: London and Walworth; Wemmick and Herbert take action &#61623; Magwitch takes safety @ Clara Barley’s house, she is Herbert’s fianc&eacute;e &#61623; Mrs. Wimple- housewife &#61623; They discuss an escape plan for Magswitch by boat to a foreign vessel Chapter 32 Setting: London; Dinner w/ Jaggers, more about Molly &#61623; Pip dines at a club w/ Jaggers * Molly might be Estella’s mom Chapter 33 Setting: stais House, the next day: Pip pays his last call to Miss H &#61623; While @ Miss H house Miss H’s clothes catch on fire: Pip saves her from burning, but she will later die Chapter 35 Setting: back on the marshes; A narrow escape &#61623; Pip receives a letter summoning him to an appointment at the old lime- kiln on the marshes &#61623; Pip searches around and then orlick appears and puts a noose around Pip &#61623; Orlick cofesses to Pip that he attacked his sister out of hatred for Pip &#61623; He threats Pip that he will kill him also and put his remains in the lime-kiln &#61623; Pip is rescued by Herbert Chapter 36 Setting: London, on the river &#61623; When Pip and Herbert take the boat which they are taking Magwitch to board a foreign steamer is commanded to stop by an officers boat, and inside is Compeyson &#61623; The steamer runs them down, compeyson is drowned, and Magwitch is severely hurt Chapter 37 Setting: London, later: Picking up the pieces &#61623; Provis is brought to trial and is convicted. But he is too ill for imprisonment &#61623; Pip visits him in the prison hospital &#61623; Before the convict dies pip tells hi that his daughter is still living Chapter 38 Setting: London; Pip has a kind nurse &#61623; Pip becomes ill and Joe takes care of him &#61623; Pip is ashamed of how he acted and is glad to be back to normal &#61623; Pip decides to pursue biddy Chapter 39 Setting: Back @ the forge: Biddy and Joe and Pip’s plan to leave England &#61623; When he arrives he finds out it’s the wedding day of Joe and Biddy &#61623; He is happy and thinks they go good together Chapter 40 Setting: Home again: 11 years later; a new pip, a new Estella * Joe paid off Pip’s debts for him &#61623; Pip visits Satis House and walks in the garden together &#61623; Estella is widowed and the 2 decide the will not have another parting

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Great Expectations Chapter 1 Setting: early in the 1800s; Churchyard in tiny village east of London &#61623; Joe Gargey and her husband in the Marshes. &#61623; His parents died Pip- Phillip Pirrap- main character- 7 years old- Lives w/ sister Mrs. when he was younger &#61623; One time while visiting his parents grave he meets a strange man- He asks Pip to get him a file and some writtles (food). Chapter 2 Setting: At home; We meet Joe Gargery, the blacksmith, and Mrs. Joe, Pip’s sister &#61623; Joe Gargery and Pip were both brought up by hand &#61623; At dinner Pip placed his bread for the convict down the leg of his trousers &#61623; The family receives news that Hulks(convicts) are on the loose &#61623; Later that night, Pip gets some bread, cheese, pork pie, mincemeat, &#61623; brandy, and the file (from the forge, this is where Joe works) Chapter 3 Setting: In the churchyard again; Pip delivers the stolen goods &#61623; Pip approached a man who was dressed in coarse grey, and had a great iron on his leg, but this was a different man &#61623; Pip saw the right convict hugging himself and limping. He had the chills and the fever &#61623; The convict asked Pip if he brought anyone and he said no, and the man believed him &#61623; The convict asked Pip where the man w/ the bruised face went. Pip pointed and handed him the file Chapter 4 Setting: At home; Christmas dinner we meet Mr. Pumblechook, Mr. Wopsle, and the Hubbles &#61623; Pip was fearful on his return that there would be a police officer waiting for him at home, but no one suspected the robbery &#61623; Pip made the excuse that he was listening to Christmas Carols &#61623; The guests: Mr. Wopsle- Church’s assistant to a parish priest- Mr. Hubble- one who makes wheels- Uncle Pumblechook- a grain merchant. He also had a chaise-cart &#61623; A file of soldiers w/ handcuffs. The wanted Joe to fix the handcuffs &#61623; They all go to the marshes in search for the convicts Chapter 5 Setting: On the marshes; Pursuit &#61623; The search party could hear voices calling &#61623; They found the two convicts; There was water splashing and mud flying, and oaths were being sworn and blows being struck &#61623; They lit torches and marched separating the convicts &#61623; In order to take pip out of suspicion, this convict tells the sargent that he stole the food from Joe – The convict was taken on a boat and disappeared into the night Chapter 6 Setting: At home; Pip receives an odd job &#61623; Pip learns to write at Mr. Wopsle’s great aunt’s school &#61623; When Uncle Joe was a kid, he had parents who drank heavily and so Joe didn’t attend school &#61623; Miss Havisham- rich and grim lady who lives in a large and dismal house barricated against robbers &#61623; Pip is invited to play at her house, but he doesn’t know why Chapter 7 Setting: At Miss H’s Satis house: We meet Miss h and Estella * Uncle Pumblechook takes Pip to her house &#61623; Miss H’s house had many iron bars and some windows were walled up &#61623; Estella lets Pip in the gate; She is very pretty and proud &#61623; Estella is called down to play w/Pip. They play cards and Pip asks to go home- When leaving she asks him to return in six days Chapter 8 Setting: At home: Pip reports on his visit w/ Miss H &#61623; Mr. Pumblechook and Mrs, Joe asked Pip questions &#61623; Pip lied to them but then told Joe the truth Chapter 9 Setting: In the village; Biddy and a secret looking stranger &#61623; Joe sometimes went to a public house to smoke his pipe/ Three Jolly Bargemen &#61623; Joe was there w/ Mr. Wopsle and a stranger &#61623; When the men’s drinks arrive the stranger stirred it w/ a file! He did this so only Pip saw him. The stranger was the convict &#61623; also the stranger gives Pip two one pound notes/ Pip sister puts them in a piece of paper, and puts that under some dried rose leaves in an ornamental tea- pot on top of the state parlor &#61623; This remained a nightmare to Pip many a nights Chapter 10 Setting: At Satis House; We meet poor relations and a pale young gentlemen &#61623; On arrival pip was taken a different way/ He was in a room w/ 3 ladies and a gentlemen &#61623; In a room that is full of dust lies on a table a old bridecake &#61623; It was Miss H b-day; she didn’t permit any talk of it &#61623; Then Estella and pip played cards &#61623; Outside Pip meets up w/ a fellow his own age; they began to fight, Pip knocked him down and then won the fight &#61623; Impressed at Pip, Estella allows Pip to kiss her on the cheek Chapter 11 Setting: At Satis House; Pip is apprenticed to Joe &#61623; Miss h asks Pip about what he was going to be when he was older- Learning he will be apprenticed she wishes to meet Joe &#61623; When Mrs. Joe hears the news she goes on a rampage &#61623; Joe dressed himse;f in his Sunday clothes and headed w/ Pip to Miss H’s house &#61623; Miss H asked questions and when they were leaving handed Joe 25 guineas (this was Pip’s premium) Chapter 12 Setting: At the forge we meet Orlick &#61623; Sometimes Joe was taught by Pip out in the marshes; Joe never remembered anything &#61623; Orlick- Joe’s journeyman- a person who works for a master worker- not an apprentice &#61623; Pip was granted a ½ day so Orlick complained and also got one &#61623; Orlick and Pip’s sister got in a fight; Pip again visited Miss H w/ Mr. Wopsle accomping him &#61623; Mr. Wopsle meets up w/ pip and says that his sister was knocked down by a tremendous blow on the back of her head Chapter 13 Setting: At home; After Mrs. Joe is struck down, Biddy takes over &#61623; No goods were taken from the house; at the time when this happened Joe was at the Three Jolly Bargemen &#61623; A convicts leg iron was by his sister &#61623; Pip figures the guilty person was either the convict or Orlick &#61623; Pip helped his sister by taking command s off a slate &#61623; Orlick was always visiting w/ Mrs. Joe &#61623; On Pip’s b-day he visited Miss H, and she gave him a guinea &#61623; At home Pip told Biddy he wanted to be a gentlemen Chapter 14 Setting: In the village; Pip receives remarkable news &#61623; Mr. Jaggers- a lawyer- has a private conference w/ Pip and Joe &#61623; Jaggers offers Pip to be his guardian paid for by a unknown person &#61623; Pip was also given money to buy new clothes Chapter 15 Setting: At the scenes of his childhood; Pip says goodbye &#61623; pip went to Mr. Trabb, a tailor, to buy clothes &#61623; Biddy made Pip breakfast and they all said good-bye Chapter 16 Setting: In london; We meet Jaggers again and Wemmick &#61623; The journey was 5 hours &#61623; Jaggers office was in Little Britain &#61623; Wemmick, Jaggers clerk takes Pip to Barnard’s Inn, where he meets Herbert Chapter 17 Setting: the first night in london; Pip finds a friend in Herbert Pocket and learns Miss H’s story &#61623; Pip becomes good friends w/ Herbert Pocket ( he was the pale young gentlemen, Pip had fought long ago) &#61623; Herbert says that Estella was excessively proud and fickle/ Estella was adopted by Miss H &#61623; Herbert’s father was Miss H’s cousin &#61623; Herbert gives Pip the nickname Handel, after a famous composer &#61623; Miss H’s story- Miss h mother died when she was a baby, and her father spoiled her. Her father married a cook, and Miss h now had a half brother. The son turned out riotous, extravagant, undutiful-altogether bad. A man pursued Miss H closely and Miss H idolized him. He also got great sums of money from her. Herbert’s father warned Miss H of doing to much for this man. She ordered him out of the house. They were set to be married and he wrote a letter to her. She received it in dressing for her marriage at 20 min to 9. From that point on she stopped all of the clocks. &#61623; Herbert was a capitalist- an insurer of ships Chapter 18 Setting: Early days in London; We meet the rest of the Pocket family, Drummle, Startop, and the aged parent &#61623; Mrs. Pocket/Belinda—Drummle/ Old looking young man—Startop/ younger in years and in appearance—Camilla/ Mr. Pocket’s sister &#61623; Mr. Jaggers gives pip 20 pounds Chapter 19 Setting: London; Dinner w/ Jaggers, we meet Molly &#61623; Molly servant of Jaggers/Strong wrists Chapter 20 Setting: London; Joe pays pip a visit &#61623; Joe game to visit/ Told Pip Mr. Wopsle left church &#61623; Pip receives a note to see Miss H Chapter 21 Setting: a return to Satis house; Miss H, Estella, and Orlick &#61623; Orlick lets pip in the gate &#61623; Pip notices that estella has changed; she is now more beautiful &#61623; He realizes he loves her Chapter 22 Setting: London and it’s suburb Richmond; a visit w/ Estella &#61623; Estella is now going to live w/ a widow in Richmond Chapter 23 Setting: Back in the village; A sad occasion &#61623; Mrs. Joe Gargery died &#61623; After this event biddy decides to try and find a job as a teacher Chapter 24 Setting: London and walworth; One expectation comes true and Pip helps Herbert &#61623; It’s Pip 21 b-day &#61623; He is given 55 pounds/ Then pip talks to wemmick about what to do w/ this money &#61623; Pip decides to go to Walworth Chapter 25 Setting: Richmond and Satis House; Miss H, Estella, and Drummle &#61623; Estella was placed w/ Mrs. Bradley—in Richmond &#61623; Estella asks Pip to take her to Satis House, and he does &#61623; Miss h is now very fond of Estella &#61623; Pip finds out that Estella was set to wreck Miss H’s revenge on men and that she was not to be given to Pip &#61623; Bentley Drummle is given the nickname, &quot;spider&quot; Chapter 26 Setting: one stormy evening in London; a long- awaited appearance &#61623; Pip was now 23 years old and left the Barnards Inn to live in Temple (collection of apartments and office buildings) &#61623; A visitor surprises Pip in late night. He was dressed like a voyager/ age 60? &#61623; The visitor was the convict from childhood. His name is Abel Magwitch a.k.a. Provis &#61623; The convict is the suitor who is paying for Pip’s fortunes, in return for helping him while ago &#61623; The convict got rich from sheep- farming in Australia &#61623; If the convict’s return was known in England, he would be put to death. Pip and Herbert agree to hide the convict Chapter 27 Setting: London the next day; Pip faces facts &#61623; While coming up the stairs, Pip fell over something, and that something was a man Chapter 28 Setting: London; Magwitch tells his story and we learn about Compeyson and a man named Arthur &#61623; Provis tells them the story of his life and his association w/ a man named compeyson, who had a business of swindling, and forging. He was the other convict &#61623; When both were tried for felony, Compeyson had a shorter sentence because of his gentlemen appearance. Magwitch had a longer one! &#61623; Arthur havisham- Miss H’s half brother Chapter 29 Setting: Richmond and satin House; Estella’s news &#61623; Pip visits Miss H and telss of his discovery &#61623; Bently Drummle was @ the house &#61623; Pip professes his love for Estella, but then after learning she is to marry Bently &#61623; Pip does a final protestation of his love, and then heads away and back to London Chapter 30 Setting: London and Walworth; Wemmick and Herbert take action &#61623; Magwitch takes safety @ Clara Barley’s house, she is Herbert’s fianc&eacute;e &#61623; Mrs. Wimple- housewife &#61623; They discuss an escape plan for Magswitch by boat to a foreign vessel Chapter 32 Setting: London; Dinner w/ Jaggers, more about Molly &#61623; Pip dines at a club w/ Jaggers * Molly might be Estella’s mom Chapter 33 Setting: stais House, the next day: Pip pays his last call to Miss H &#61623; While @ Miss H house Miss H’s clothes catch on fire: Pip saves her from burning, but she will later die Chapter 35 Setting: back on the marshes; A narrow escape &#61623; Pip receives a letter summoning him to an appointment at the old lime- kiln on the marshes &#61623; Pip searches around and then orlick appears and puts a noose around Pip &#61623; Orlick cofesses to Pip that he attacked his sister out of hatred for Pip &#61623; He threats Pip that he will kill him also and put his remains in the lime-kiln &#61623; Pip is rescued by Herbert Chapter 36 Setting: London, on the river &#61623; When Pip and Herbert take the boat which they are taking Magwitch to board a foreign steamer is commanded to stop by an officers boat, and inside is Compeyson &#61623; The steamer runs them down, compeyson is drowned, and Magwitch is severely hurt Chapter 37 Setting: London, later: Picking up the pieces &#61623; Provis is brought to trial and is convicted. But he is too ill for imprisonment &#61623; Pip visits him in the prison hospital &#61623; Before the convict dies pip tells hi that his daughter is still living Chapter 38 Setting: London; Pip has a kind nurse &#61623; Pip becomes ill and Joe takes care of him &#61623; Pip is ashamed of how he acted and is glad to be back to normal &#61623; Pip decides to pursue biddy Chapter 39 Setting: Back @ the forge: Biddy and Joe and Pip’s plan to leave England &#61623; When he arrives he finds out it’s the wedding day of Joe and Biddy &#61623; He is happy and thinks they go good together Chapter 40 Setting: Home again: 11 years later; a new pip, a new Estella * Joe paid off Pip’s debts for him &#61623; Pip visits Satis House and walks in the garden together &#61623; Estella is widowed and the 2 decide the will not have another parting
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