Great Expectations - Study Guide Chapter 30-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30. Pip returns to London after telling Jaggers about Orlick and encouraging him to fire the man. At home, Pip tells Herbert about Estella and confesses his love for her. After they discuss the situation, Herbert confesses that he is engaged to a young woman named Clara and that they are waiting for her invalid father to die before they marry.

Chapter 31. Pip and Herbert go to the theater to watch Mr. Wopsle in his new career as an actor. The play is Shakespeare’s Hamlet, but it is such a poor production that the audience laughs all through it. Pip and Herbert, however, lie to Mr. Wopsle afterward and assure him it was a brilliant performance.

Chapter 32. Pip learns that Estella has come to London and he goes to meet her coach many hours before it is due. Mr. Wemmick finds him there and invites him...

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