Pip (Philip Pirrip): a young boy about six or seven years of age who is the narrator of the novel
Mrs. Joe Gargery: Pip’s sister
First Convict: a man who is hiding in the cemetery and threatens to kill Pip by cutting out his heart and liver if he does not bring him “wittles” (food) and a file
“Philip Pirrip, Late Of This Parish”: inscription written on Pip’s father’s tombstone
“Georgiana Wife Of The Above”: inscription written on Pip’s mother’s tombstone
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