Great Expectations Scene
Updated: 1/8/2020
Great Expectations Scene
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  • "Violent blasts of rain had accompanied these rages of wind, and the day just closed as I sat down to read had been the worst of all" (Dickens 246).
  • "...when I shaded my face with my hands and looked through the black windows (opening them ever so little was out of the question in the teeth of such wind and rain), I saw that the lamps in the court were blown out, and that the lamps on the bridges and the shore were shuddering, and that the coal-fires in barges on the river were being carried away before the wind like red-hot splashes in the rain" (Dickens 246).
  • "...all the many church-clocks in the City—some leading, some accompanying, some following—struck that hour. The sound was curiously flawed by the wind; and I was listening, and thinking how the wind assailed and tore it, when I heard a footstep on the stair" (Dickens 246).
  • *Creeeak*
  • "'There is someone down there, is there not?' I called out, looking down" (Dickens 246).
  • "Moving the lamp as the man moved, I made out that he was substantially dressed, but roughly, like a voyager by sea. That he had long iron-grey hair. That his age was about sixty. That he was a muscular man, strong on his legs, and that he was browned and hardened by exposure to weather" (Dickens 247).
  • 'Yes,' he replied; 'I wish to come in, Master.'
  • 'Do you wish to come in?'
  • (Dickens 247).
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