Great Expectations is a novel about a poor boy named Pip, who lives with his cruel sister and her blacksmith husband. After years of helping a wealthy reclusive woman named Miss Havisham, he receives a small fortune from an anonymous benefactor. After learning to live like a gentleman and many attempts to court Miss Havisham's daughter, Estella, Pip learns that his fortune was not from Miss Havisham, as he had assumed, but a convict he had helped save when he was a child.
Why is Pip an orphan?
What motivates Pip to become a gentleman?
Who are Estella's true parents?
Who is Pip's secret benefactor?
Who does Estella marry?
Who is Pip's best friend and companion in London?
Why does Miss Havisham wear her wedding dress?
From what does Pip save Miss Havisham?
What weapon does Mrs. Joe's murderer use?
Who is Mrs. Joe's murderer?
For what crime is Pip arrested?
What does young Pip bring to the convict in the marshes?
Who does Pip mistakenly believe is his benefactor?
Who is Pip's beloved?
Who is the pale young gentleman Pip first meets at Satis House?
What does Uncle Pumblechook take wrongful credit for?
Miss Havisham advises Estella to:
What does Pip aspire to become?
What career does Wopsle pursue in London?
Who does Biddy marry?
Who is the man lurking on Pip's stairs?
Who does Wemmick marry?
What is Joe Gargery's profession?
Who is Herbert's fiance?
What is the name of Miss Havisham's manor?
What is Jaggers' proffesion?
Who is Herbert's secret benefactor?