Great Expectations 29-38
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¨Do you find her much changed Pip?¨
¨When I came in, Miss Havisham, I thought there was nothing of Estella in the face or figure; but now it all settles down so curiosly into the old --"
I am to come to London the day after to-marrow by the midday coach.I believe it was settled you should meet me?At all events Miss.Havisham has that impression, and I write in obedience to it. She sends you her regard.-- Yours Estella
" Are you intimate?
"I have dined with him at his private house ... I fancy."
Miss Havisham provoke him on, snapping at him to continue to love Estella.
'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.¨
Pip receives a note from Estella, ordering him to meet her at a London train station.
When Pip meets Estella, he is again troubled by her resemblance to someone he can’t place. She treats Pip arrogantly, but sends him into ecstatic joy when she refers to their “instructions,” which makes him feel as though they are destined to be married. After he escorts her through the gaslit London night to the house at which she is staying, he returns to the Pockets’ home
Pip’s twenty-first birthday finally arrives, meaning that he is an adult and will begin to receive a regular income from his fortune rather than having to go to Jaggers to access his money. He feels a great sense of excitement, because he hopes that his entrance into adulthood will cause Jaggers to tell him the identity of the person giving him money.
Pip is surprised by the intensity of his sadness about his sister’s death. He returns home at once for the funeral.
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.
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