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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31 Summary

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Chapter 31 Summary

Pip goes to see Hamlet, which appears a bit more like a farce than a tragedy. In fact, the Royal Court is set around a kitchen table. The Ghost has a cough. There is a great deal of audience reaction. They laugh at Wopsle. Wopsle now has a stage name of Waldengrave. Pip takes him to supper.

Chapter 31 Analysis

There are comic elements in Dickens stories that divert from what is, at its heart, very tragic, for example--Wopsle's ridiculous play in this scene.

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