Mr. Jaggers: a lawyer from London who informs Pip of his great expectations; he is to be Pip’s guardian
Mr. Trabb: a tailor in the village who makes Pip’s new clothes
Mr. Trabb’s Boy: a young boy who works for Mr. Trabb and treats Pip with disdain
Pip has been an apprentice to Joe for four years. He, Joe, Mr. Wopsle, and some other villagers are in the Three Jolly Bargemen enjoying Mr. Wopsle’s dramatic reading about a murder case in the newspaper. A stranger challenges the group...
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