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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

Having decided to see Estella, Pip puts himself up at the Blue Boar instead of staying with Joe. En route to his hometown, he travels in a coach with several convicts. They are headed to a Prison Boat on the outskirts of the marshes. One of them he recognizes as the stranger who gave him the two one pound notes when he was just a boy. Although he hears them talking about the notes, he does not believe that he can be recognized. Once at the Blue Boar, he reads a newspaper article, which describes Pumblechook as his mentor and early benefactor who prepared him for his great success to come.

Chapter 28 Analysis

Pip goes home but avoids Joe and his old home. A strange encounter with a convict he met at the Blue Boar so long ago gives him a pause about things. However, he decides...

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