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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 34 Summary

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Chapter 34 Summary

Pip's lavish expenses not only hurt him but also begin to affect Herbert's lifestyle as well. Startop suggests that they all join a club called "Finches of the Grove." Herbert begins to seek deeper in debt. Pip, completely naïve about finances, cannot help him except to precipitate the decline. Meanwhile, Pip's sister dies and he will have to go home.

Chapter 34 Analysis

Pip's lifestyle has become destructive. He takes his good fortune for granted and does not really consider the use of his capital for the good of himself or for others.

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