In Great Expecations, why does Pip want to educate Joe? It has to be from Ch.13-15.

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The answer is stated directly by Pip in Chapter 15 of this novel, but before jumping to his reason, let us be aware that Chapters 13 to 15 deal with Pip's increasing awareness of his own humble position and station in society. Chapter 14 in particular, positioned after Miss Havisham pays the cost for Pip's indentures, focuses on how Pip's view of the world changes dramatically in the space of one year thanks to his introduction into high society and his...

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