Great Expectations Essay | Great Expectations Overview of Chapters 30 and 31

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Great Expectations Overview of Chapters 30 and 31

Summary: Chapter overviews of 30 and 31.
Chapters 30 and 31 in Charles Dickens Great Expectations portray Pip's love for Estella. These chapters also represent mixed feelings that the reader might have towards Pip. These feelings may arise from certain actions Pip presents.

Pip arrives home in the Marshes again and he has celebrity-like reputation. The people seem to look at him with some knowledge of his new status as a wealthy gentleman. This is compared to when Pip first lived in the Marshes and was little known. During Pips recent visit home, Pip and Jaggers meet up and he tells Jaggers about Orlick. Orlick is a man with a crush on Biddy. He is also a very rugged and unkind man. Orlick now works for Ms. Havisham and an employee. Pip tells his story about his unpleasant reputation with Orlick in the past and Jaggers feels it necessary to fire him. In...

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