A convict frightens Pip in the cementary.
The stranger begins to stir his rum and water with Joe's file.
Pip and Miss Havisham
Pip fears that Estella will come to the forge and see him at his dirtiest, and he imagines her face in the flames of the fire in the forge.
The attack on Mrs. Joe
Pip and Biddy take a walk on the marshes.
Pip prepares to leave for London.
The housekeeper shows her wrists to the guests.
Pip and Estella walk together in the overgrown garden.
Mr. Wemmick and Pip at Newgate Prison.
Pip and Estella in front of the carriage that will take Estella to Richmond.
A letter from Trabb and Company arrives for Pip telling him of his sister's death.
Pip asks Mr. Jaggers to dine with him only out of courtesy.
The 60 year old man who visits Pip and turns out to be the first convict on the marshes.
A coal from the fireplace catches Miss Havisham's dress on fire.
The steamer leaving London.
Pip and Estella
Still from the 1946 film Great Expectations, starring Anthony Wager (right) as Pip and Finlay Currie (left) as Magwitch.
Illustration by Frederic W Pailthorpe, from Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.