Great Expectations – Chapter 36 and 37 Summary and Analysis

Pip is twenty-first birthday finally arrives, which means that it is an adult and will receive regular income from their wealth rather than go to Jaggers to access his money. He feels a great sense of excitement because it hopes that its entry into adulthood will cause Jaggers to him the identity of his mysterious benefactor. Despite the warning, Herbert, he still feels the same, it is Miss Havisham, and that means for him to take Estella.

Summary: Chapter 36

Pip is twenty-first birthday finally arrives, which means that it is an adult and will receive regular income from their wealth rather than go to Jaggers to access his money. He feels a great sense of excitement because it hopes that its entry into adulthood will cause Jaggers to him the identity of his mysterious benefactor. Despite the warning, Herbert, he still feels the same, it is Miss Havisham, and that means for him to take Estella. But during the interview, Jaggers is cold and short, reveals nothing about the source of happiness Pipa, simply says that his income will be £ 500 a year and refuses to take responsibility for the outcome. For some reason, the game reminds Pip’s meeting with prisoners in a cemetery many years ago. Nevertheless, Pip invites Jaggers to attend his birthday dinner, but Jaggers in less precarious presence makes for a pleasant evening, Pip and Herbert.

Summary: Chapter 37

 
After receiving his income, Pip decides to help Herbert by buying Herbert business trip to the merchant. Asks Wemmick for advice. In the office Jaggers (chapter 36), Wemmick cynically advises Pip Herbert does not help, but later, at the castle (where Pip also meets Wemmick’s girlfriend, Miss Skiffins) was jovially offers exactly the opposite advice and agrees to help Pip scheme.Trader needs to find a young partner, and the Pip buys Herbert the partnership. Everything is presented anonymously, so that Herbert, like Pip, knows the identity of its patron saint.

Analysis: Chapters 36-37

Pip is twenty-first birthday celebrated its official transition to adulthood (Jaggers even begins to call him “Mr. Pip”). Jaggers refusal in accordance with Pip wants to know the truth about his patron, is a bad sign, a bear in the next section with the arrival of fall and sentenced Pipa greatest expectations.

Although Pip is still self-critical, has rightly concluded in early adulthood and developed a more sympathetic quality. His decision to use his large income to help Herbert, was “very desirous,” he says, “to serve friend” to share his fortune with a friend in need.Ironically, Pip adopts secrecy, even though he is most eager to know the identity of his secret patron. Of course, that still believes that his benefactor is Miss Havisham, and even accounts for Jaggers is refusing to speak with a ridiculous inference that “Miss Havisham did not take him into her confidence, her proposal to me Estella, she hates it, and felt about jealousy. “is that Pip strong, strong feeling of jealousy Jaggers for anything related to Pip illustrates the extent to which Pip is deceiving himself to believe that Miss Havisham wants to actually take him for Estella. It is obvious to the reader and all the other characters in the book that Miss Havisham has no such idea in mind, but Pip remains blinded by love and constantly compare their social development with romantic advancement.

This section also continues the character of Wemmick. Bizarre officer two different parties even more divided in this section as offices, Wemmick advises Pip not help Herbert, while Walworth-Wemmick fully supports the plan. Wemmick even acknowledges the division, said in Chapter 36 that “it is my city be Walworth Walworth,. None but my official opinion on this may be the” Pip is home to Miss Skiffins, Wemmick’s girlfriend (and future bride), in Chapter 37 allows Dickens to be more sentimental character of Wemmick, but also draws attention to Pip’s own romantic problems. His love for Estella remains desperately inadequate, and as other parts of the show, his relationship to it become demeaning in a whole new way.

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