Great Expectations (Saddleback Classics) by Charles Dickens

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By Charles Dickens

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For Estella. That girl is hard and stuck up. ” I asked. “Why, none,” said he. ” “But why should Estella get revenge on all men? ” “Dear me, Mr. Pip. ” And Herbert Pocket began his tale. “Miss Havisham’s father was a rich man. He spoiled his little daughter terribly. When his wife died, he married again—they say it was to his cook. He had a second child, a son he named Arthur. Then the second wife died, and Arthur turned out rather badly. When Mr. Havisham left his fortune to his daughter, Arthur was angry.

I stopped at Wemmick’s desk. With the help of the clerk, I set up a plan. I would use half of my 500 pounds to give Herbert a start in business. And it would be done secretly! One day soon after, Herbert came home grinning. He told me that an opening had come up for him at last. Seeing his happy face, I had a hard time keeping back my own tears of joy. At last my expectations had done somebody some good. Twenty-four hours a day I thought of having Estella with me unto death. I was shocked and miserable to learn that she was keeping company with that clumsy booby, Bentley Drummle.

Gargery had departed this life. Her funeral would be held on Monday. I thought of my sister sitting by the fire. I could not recall her with much tenderness. But I felt sad. I we n t t o t h e f o rge e a r ly M o n d a y morning. That afternoon, my sister was laid to rest near the graves of my parents. Biddy, Joe, and I had a cold dinner together. Joe was careful what he did with his knife and fork. He was pleased when I asked if I could sleep in my little room. I said I would be back to visit soon and often.

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