A summary of "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
Phillip or Pip as everyone else calls him is an orphan. Pip was sent to live with his sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery, who loves to bring Pip up by hand, and her husband Mr. Joe Gargery, who is a blacksmith. While Pip is at the graveyard where his parents are buried, a convict captures him; the convict gets Pip to bring him food and a file. When Pip returns the next day with the food and file, he finds a second convict who actually turns out to be the first convicts' enemy.
Pip's uncle gets Pip a playdate at Mrs. Havisham's house, a rich elderly lady who is always wearing a wedding dress and like…
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