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Chapter 29

Sam Mellon Jacob Cauvel. Chapter 29.

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Chapter 29

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  1. Sam Mellon Jacob Cauvel Chapter 29

  2. In Chapter 29, Pip is on his way to see Miss Havisham and finds Orlick. Orlick has left the forge and became Miss Havisham’s porter. When Pip arrives at Miss Havisham’s he finds Estella, who still treats Pip as a boy, to be beautiful. While there, Miss Havisham flips out and begins to lecture Pip about his feelings toward Estella. Pip and Estella also walk around the garden to catch up on good times. He also tries to avoid seeing Joe since he does not want Estella to think less of him. Plot Summary

  3. Pip Estella Miss Havisham Orlick Mr. Jaggers Sarah Pocket Important Characters

  4. Estella still treats Pip as a boy Pip does not know when Estella will begin to think of him as a man and he is not sure when she will begin to like him. Miss Havisham questions Pip’s love and admiration of Estella. Key Details

  5. “The lady whom I never seen before lifted up her eyes and looked archly at me, and then I saw that the eyes were Estella’s eyes. But she was so much changed, was so much more beautiful, so much more womanly, in all things winning admiration had made such wonderful advance, that I seemed to have made none. I fancied, as I looked at her, that I slipped hopelessly back into the coarse and common boy again. Oh the sense of distance and disparity that came upon me, and the inaccessibility that came about her!” Page 217 First Paragraph Excerpt #1

  6. “Is she beautiful, graceful, well-grown? Do you admire her?” “Everybody must who sees her Miss Havisham.” She drew and arm around my neck, and drew my head close down to hers as she sat in the chair. “Love her, love her, love her! How does she use you?” Page 221 Half way down Excerpt #2

  7. Labyrinth- something that is complicated Reverberating- to reflect off of surfaces Disparity- Lack of equality between things Impending- Something that is about to happen Discrepancy- Distinct difference between two things Ravenous- Predatory Detached- Separate Extorted- To obtain something by force. Vocabulary

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