Great Expectations Part 2, Chapter 22 and 23 Summary and Analysis

Charles Dickens

Part 2, Chapter 22 and 23 Summary and Analysis

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Handel: a name given to Pip by Herbert Pocket

Belinda Pocket: wife of Matthew Pocket, quite helpless and dependent upon her nurses; she is obsessed with titles, positions, and luxury

Matthew Pocket: Pip’s tutor and father of Herbert Pocket

Flopson and Millers: two nurses working for Mr. and Mrs. Pocket

Bentley Drummle: a student of Mr. Pocket

Startop: a student of Mr. Pocket

Mrs. Coiler: a “toady” neighbor to Mr. and Mrs. Pocket , also a widow

Jane: one of the Pocket’s young daughters who helps take care of the other children

Joe and Fanny: children of the Pockets

Sophia: a...

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