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"Well of course he is not the right sort of man, Pip because the man who fills the post of trust never is the right sort of man."
"Halloa, Mr. Pip how do you do? I should hardly have thought to see your beat."
In this Section Pip is picturing himself as a triumphant knight riding to rescue Estella from an evil castle
"It's for you, Handel and I hope there is nothing the matter."
Pip tells Jaggers about Orlick's past, and Jaggers fires the man from Miss'Havisham's employ.
Pip received a note from Estella, ordering him to meet her at a London train station. he arrives early and encounters Wemmick , who takes him on a brief tour of the miserable grounds of Newgate Prison. Pip feels uncomfortable in the dismal surrondings, but Wemmick is oddly at home.
Pip received a letter and it was signed TRABB & Co., and its contents were simply, that I was an honoured sir, and that they begged to inform me that Mrs. J. Gargery has departed this life on Monday last at twenty minutes past six in the evening, and that Pip's attendance was requested at the interment on Monday next at three o'clock in the afternoon.
Pip is surprised by the intensity of his sadness about his sister's death. He returns home at once for the funeral. He meets Pumblechook, who continues to fawn over him irritatingly.He tries to mend his relations with Joe and Biddy:Biddy is skeptical of his pledges to visit more often. Pip says good bye the next morning, truly intending to visit more often, and walks away into the mist.
Pip spends a great deal of time with Estella in the house of her London hostess, Mrs. Brandley. However, he is not treated as a serious suitor. Rather, he is allowed to accompany Estella everywhere she goes, watching her treat her other suitors cruelly but being more or less ignored himself. He cannot understand why Miss. Havisham does not announce the details of their engagement, in which he continues to believe.
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