Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

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In Great Expectations, what conditions are set for Pip to realize his new, great expectations? already asked? 2009

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It is in Chapter Eighteen when Jaggers finds Pip and Joe in the Three Jolly Bargemen and confronts Pip with his Great Expectations. This is, of course, what Pip has always wanted since he met Estella for the first time and became so aware of his humble origins which he is now ashamed of. However, before he can take up his great expectations, he must agree to two stipulations, which Jaggers presents in his customary style.

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