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Great Expectations Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 52 Summary

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Chapter 52 Summary

Upon leaving Mr. Jaggers, Pip goes to Wemmick's brother-in-law who assists him in dealing with Clarriker's on behalf of Herbert's share in the business. Herbert would now go to the East to work his share of the partnership. Herbert came home informing Pip of the new changes and planning for a joint vacation in Egypt. Wemmick now sends them a note, saying they must leave soon abroad. They have tentatively decided to go to Hamburg. Pip gets a strange letter regarding Provis from someone who wants to meet him in a sluice-house, a place housing a conduit for controlling the flow of water in the marshes.

Chapter 52 Analysis

Pip completely fulfills his noble mission to help his friend. In fact, he is playing Magwitch to Herbert in a most exact manner. Perhaps he has learned something from his benefactor, a virtue of love and generosity towards his...

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