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Mr. Wopsle’s Great Aunt’s Educational Institute
At the Three Jolly Bargemen Pip thinks he meets the convict again and is overcome by guilt.
The marshes are a major setting in the novel. They are discussed in chapter 1 where Pip lives, in chapter 53 where Pip is attacked, and when he crosses through them to his new life. The marshes show Pip’s development over time and are key.
Washing his hands of his clients and opening Pip’s eyes.
Pips love for Estella is shown here when he arrives early in anticipation for her coach.
Paragraphs 2 and 4 discusses Pips apprenticeship at the Forge with Joe and how his expectations and dreams for his life have changed, adn he believes he is destined for more.
Chapter 32 gives a description of Pips impression of the prioson in paragrph 15 and paragraph 16 shows how he is stunned by the way Wemmick is interacting with the prioners.
The Sluice-house is described in a sinister and mysterious manner. By Pip putting himself in this anxiety-inducing situation, he is proving how he is willing to put himself in a place of danger for Provis to protect him.
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