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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Fresh from his experience with Estella, Pip asks Biddy to help him learn as quickly as possible. He recounts to the reader how there is a whole lot of mischief in between a very small amount of learning in Mr. Wopsle's great-aunt's classroom. Later, he goes to retrieve Joe from a tavern, the Three Jolly Bargemen, where he meets a stranger. The stranger, at one point, stirs a drink with an old file- and Pip realizes that this stranger must know the convict who he helped. The stranger gives them a guinea wrapped in some one-pound notes. When he gets home, his sister and her husband believe that this was a mistake and they go back to the tavern to return the pound notes. However, no one is there.

Chapter 10 Analysis

Learning for Pip is, simply a move upwards in society and not much more. He does...

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