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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

Joe takes Pip's indentures and puts them out in fire. Pip asks Biddy to help Joe by way of his education. He goes to see Mr. Trabb, the tailor, to get his first suit. This treatment by Trabb, the first recipient of new fortune is Pip's "first decided experience of the stupendous power of money." Now, Pip goes to Pumblechook where they drink to his sister's heath. Pumblechook is delighted that Pip will be sending his new clothes to his house. He tells Pip how he could use a "sleeping partner" in his corn and seed business. He goes to Mrs. Havisham's who gloats over their question and answer period. He is of a mind that Mrs. Havisham is his fairy godmother. He eats at home with Joe with his new clothes. Both Joe and Biddy thrown an old shoe after him in...

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