Great Expectations - Chapter 40-44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 40. Pip leaves the apartment early in the morning to get a light. On the stairs, Pip trips over a man, but when he returns the man is gone. Pip questions the watchman about Provis’ arrival and learns there was another man who entered the gate behind Provis, but whoever it was is gone now. Pip then tells the man that Provis is his uncle and will be staying with him for a time. When he returns to the apartment, Provis is awake. Pip asks him about another man, but Provis does not remember one. In the morning light, Provis is more relaxed about his situation, determined to remain in England for the unforeseen future. Pip, on the other hand, is more convinced than ever that this is not a good idea. To distance himself, Pip engages another room for Mr. Provis. He then goes to Mr. Jaggers and asks...

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