Great Expectations - Study Guide Chapter 25-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25. Pip takes Mr. Wemmick up on an invitation to visit him at his home. As they walk to Mr. Wemmick’s home, Pip notices a change in his behavior and attitude, the fact that he becomes much more relaxed as they reach his home, a castle of sorts that he has built slowly up by himself. Pip is introduced to Mr. Wemmick’s elderly father who has come to live with Mr. Wemmick because of his profound deafness. Mr. Wemmick explains that his office work is simply to help pay for his father’s care and that he keeps his home and professional life carefully separated.

Chapter 26. Pip and his fellow students, as well as Herbert, are invited to Mr. Jaggers’ for dinner. Mr. Jaggers expresses an affinity with Drummle immediately, although Pip dislikes him. Mr. Jaggers spends a great deal of time throughout the meal...

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