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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 30 Summary

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Chapter 30 Summary

He tells Jaggers he distrusts Orlick and Jaggers says he will tell Miss Havisham. Upon returning to Barnard's, he tells his friend Herbert that he loves Estella. Herbert tells him to try and detach himself. Herbert has a shrewd, objective assessment of Estella. Herbert, himself, loves Clara. Pip looks at a Handbill and finds that Mr. Wopsle is going to be playing Hamlet.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Pip's family had gone against Orlick once when he called Mrs. Joe a "foul shrew." Now, Orlick shows up again as Porter at Miss Havisham's house. He talks against Orlick. He does not realize what a great enemy he is making.

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