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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 24 Summary

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Chapter 24 Summary

Pip now receives official word from Matthew Pocket that he is not really headed towards any fixed profession. He will direct all Pip's studies. Pip returns to Barnard's Inn where he will take up part-time residence with Herbert. He goes to see Jaggers. He is told he may order furniture and bargains with Jaggers for money. Pip visits Mr. Jaggers' business, where he sees one clerk gathering evidence, another making copies of notes. He notes two busts, created post-mortem, of a murder and a will forger. He is advised to "get hold of portable property" by Wemmick. He is invited to dine at Jaggers. They go to watch Mr. Jaggers in action, a worthy adversary of anyone he takes on in court.

Chapter 24 Analysis

Pip decides to stay at Barnard's, which allow him to develop his friendship with Herbert and perhaps stay out of the...

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