Great Expectations Part 3 Chapters 42 and 43 Quiz

Provis tells his life story to Pip and Herbert. Be sure you recall the details of his account and more by taking the quiz from eNotes over Part 3, Chapters 42-43 of Charles Dickens' classic novel Great Expectations.

  1. Tried for the same crime, why did Compeyson only get a seven year sentence while Provis got fourteen years?

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  2. The "Arthur" of Provis's story is also who?

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  3. What was the subject of Arthur's hallucinations?

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  4. Where does Provis tell Pip and Herbert that he has spent most of his life?

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  5. Who was Compeyson to Provis?

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