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Great Expectations - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Pip feels guilty as he runs towards the marsh to find his convict. At first, he runs into another escaped convict who makes a futile swing at him. He believes that he has run into the first convict's "young man." He finds his convict, at last, chilled to the bone and hugging himself. Obviously ill, the convict gulps down the food and swigs down the brandy. Pip tells him that he is glad that he enjoys the food. The convict thanks him. When Pip mentions the "young man," the convict becomes very attentive. The man Pip saw had a very bruised face. Pip's convict professes he will go after him in time but then occupies himself with the file to remove the iron on his leg.

Chapter 3 Analysis

There is a great deal less fierceness and a whole lot more gratitude in the...

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