Great Expectations Chapter 29-38
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"When I came in, Miss Havisham, I though there was nothing of Estella in the face or figure; but now it all settles down so curiously into the old."
"Do you find her much changed, Pip?"
"You rewarded me very much."
"I love -I adore Estella."
"Lucky for you then, Handel, that you are picked out for her. Have you any idea yet of Estella's view on the adoration question?"
"You are to take care that I have some tea, and you are to take me to Richmond."
"Mrs. J. Gargery had departed this life on Monday last at twenty minutes past six in the evening, and that my attendance was requested at interment on Monday next at three o' clock in the afternoon."
"Estella of where?"
"Of Richmond, gentlemen."
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