Great Expectations Part 2, Chapter 24 and 25 Summary and Analysis

Charles Dickens

Part 2, Chapter 24 and 25 Summary and Analysis

New Character
Aged Parent: Mr. Wemmick’s deaf father who lives with him at Walworth

Summary
Pip learns from Mr. Pocket that he is not being trained for any particular profession, but he is to be educated enough to “hold my (Pip) own with the average of young men in prosperous circumstances.” Pip decides to keep his room at Barnard’s Inn as well as his room at Mr. Pocket’s home. He asks Mr. Jaggers for enough money to buy the furniture, which is at the time only rented, at Barnard’s Inn. Mr. Jaggers forces Pip to set the amount and has Mr. Wemmick give him that exact amount.

Wemmick introduces Pip to the other clerks in the office who he finds...

(The entire section is 673 words.)