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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 Summary

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Chapter 29 Summary

Pip continues to stay away from Joe. He thinks that Miss Havisham is definitely his patroness. He loves Estella but does not lose his objectivity about her, knowing how uncaring and contemptuous she is. When he gets there, Orlick opens the gate. Orlick is now the porter for the Havisham estate. When he visits Miss Havisham, Estella is sitting next to her. She says she does not remember how she made him cry. Miss Havisham tells Pip to love her no matter how she is treated. Jaggers come to visit. Mrs. Havisham does not join them because she never eats or drinks. Estella and Sarah Pocket join Jaggers and Pip for dinner. Curiously, Jaggers never looks at Pip. They play cards together.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Miss Havisham has used Estella as a trap to take revenge on men. She has succeeded in creating a cold, distant woman who...

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