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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Pip remarks about his colleague in aristocracy, Bentley Drummle that he "even took up a book as if its writer had done him an injury." Brought up by a rich family in Somersetshire, Drummle is the least of Pip's favorite people. He is sulky and contemptuous. Pip takes well to Startop, who has been brought up and spoiled by his mother and is somewhat delicate in nature. All three of them go boating together, Drummle hanging back behind them. He goes to Wemmick's house in the District of Walworth where they dine on stewed steak and roast foul. Wemmick reveals himself a personable and friendly man who radically divorces himself from business when he returns home. There, he entertains his Aged Parent in a wooden cottage; fit somewhat as a castle with a plank as a drawbridge. At 9:00 o'clock every day, he actually fires a...

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