Great Expectations - Study Guide Chapter 12-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12. The next time Pip goes to Miss Havisham’s, he is afraid he will be punished for the fight with the young man, but no word is ever spoken. In fact, the young man appears to have gone away. For the next eight or ten months, Pip continues to go to Miss Havisham’s every other day to help her with her exercise. It becomes something of a habit for them to walk through the rooms of her small world, singing one of Joe’s blacksmith songs. Mrs. Joe and Pumblechook continue to ask Pip about Miss Havisham and her home. Pip tries to be honest, but he does not like talking about it and gives information up haltingly. Finally, one day Miss Havisham asks Pip to bring Joe to visit her, a request that makes Mrs. Joe fly into a rage.

Chapter 13. Pip takes Joe...

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