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Jaggers, the lawyer making these arrangements, offers Joe compensation for the loss of Pip’s work.

Miss Havisham invites the young Pip to the house so that Estella can practice on him. .

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She pouts all night while cleaning, and makes a self-important display of herself and her treasures as she walks to Pumblechook's.

CHAPTER 49. When he enters Miss Havisham's room, he finds Estella home from France and transformed into a beautiful, graceful woman. .

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. . “I stole her heart away and put ice in its place.

Havisham looks lonely, and Pip pities her despite the intentional injury she had done him. Discovering that the money came from Magwitch rather than Miss Havisham causes Pip to see being “made” a gentleman as meaningless and perhaps worthless.

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She is a wealthy spinster, once jilted at the altar, who insists on wearing her wedding dress for the rest of her life.

Great Expectations Miss Havisham Quotes. Chapter 49.

Discovering that the money came from Magwitch rather than Miss Havisham causes Pip to see being “made” a gentleman as meaningless and perhaps worthless. .

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honestly, the example of Miss Havisham is a very negative one, in which she destroys and damages the life of her adopted daughter.

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Havisham looks lonely, and Pip pities her despite the intentional injury she had done him.

When Pip first sees Miss Havisham in her chamber, he thinks she looks like a waxwork of a dead person or a skeleton dug out a grave, with her sunken eyes and withered face. She tells him she doesn’t want him. Miss Havisham and Estella and the strange house and the strange life appeared to have something to do with everything that was picturesque.

Miss Havisham was proud, beautiful, passionate, and headstrong, things Compeyson used against her. “I stole her heart away and put ice in its place. Havisham looks lonely, and Pip pities her despite the intentional injury she had done him. . It is blind devotion, unquestioning self-humiliation, utter submission. Miss Havisham has Pip call for "Estella" and the young girl who led Pip in appears.

Miss Havisham turns the house into a shrine to her betrayal by Compeyson for twenty years.

. Pip thinks he would be happier if he had never been exposed to Miss Havisham's house, which reminds us that Pip was first made to visit Miss Havisham in order to fulfill or.

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Deeply hurt, reeling from the loss of control she felt by the betrayal, and determined to regain both control and self-image, Miss Havisham chooses her lifestyle.

She doubts that he is real, but he tells her he got her note yesterday and came down promptly.

He always thought that what he really wanted in life was to become a.