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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 47 Summary

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Chapter 47 Summary

Pip's money situation is bad. Yet, he has decided to take no more money from Magwitch and has given him the pocket book back through his friend, Herbert. He now begins to sell some of his jewelry. Although he believes that Estella is married, he tries to ignore any information that would give him certain knowledge. He decides to use his leisure time to be entertained by Wopsle's theater company. After the performance, Wopsle tells Pip he saw someone behind him who he recognized. It was the second convict in the marshes, the one with the bruised face- Compeyson!

Chapter 47 Analysis

The danger mounts as Pip realizes he is being personally followed. Still, to an extent, he cannot do much until he can follow his plan.

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