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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

Pip affirms how he has become ashamed of home. The profession of blacksmith to which he once aspired is now a source of shame. He keeps working at it mainly because of Joe's strong sense of industry. He is ashamed of himself because of Estella who has made an enormous impression on him. He feels very common in her presence. This self-loathing makes his despise his surroundings.

Chapter 14 Analysis

Pip no longer likes or respects his way of life. He has become a complete victim of dreams foisted on him by Estella and Miss Havisham.

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