We have an extraordinary tale of PIP who happens to be a common boy who goes upon in his journey to become, the bigger boy
This is the scene where Mrs. Havisham is elaborating on what she had intended when raising Estella.
Estella, you are to wreck havoc on the male sex
This is the scene where Pip is still chasing after Estella and then finds out that she is about to be wed off to another, the betrayal aspect.
Estella.. My love
I am off to be wed, Pip. Don't keep up.
This is the scene where Pip realizes that he all along was well fit to be with Biddy. Once returned he was greeted with the news of Biddy and JOE being wed.
We have been wed, Pip!!! We even named out kiddo after you, hopefully to grow up to be like you.
This is the scene where Mrs. Havisham is telling Estella that she can break any heart she desires to complete Mrs. Havisham's desires. (Note previous box) This in relation to the divided thesis statement due to having permission to break hearts while Pip is already beginning to fall for Estella.
You are able to break any man's heart, Estella.
My divided thesis statement is one who is to fall in love is to lead to eventual betrayal, in example of Pips relationships with Mrs. Havisham, Estella, and Biddy.
This is the scene where Biddy tells Pip to go off and start his own family, rather than staying/seeing/spending time with her family, aka the tiny Pip.
No, Pip. Why don't you go off and find a lady for yourself, maybe Estella is still out there?