What does Joe Gargery do for a living?
Due to Miss Havisham Joe signs papers making Pip his own....
Are old ships used as a prison for convicts.
Who is the narrator of the novel Great Expectations?
Where does the opening scene of chapter 1 take place at?
What else does the convict ask Pip to bring with him besides food?
What is the tickler that is used by Mrs. Joe to discipline Pip?
How are the people on shore warned when a convict has escaped from the Hulks?
Even though Pip attends evening school, who actually teaches Pip how to read and write?
What does Miss Havisham ask Pip to do with her?
What is Miss Havisham wearing when Pip visits her for the first time?
A person that Pip loves but is hurt by her cruel words
what is the name of the young gentleman that Pip beats up in Miss Havisham's garden.
What does Pip receive from Estella when he wins a fight against the young gentleman.
It is apparent that midway through the book that Miss Havisham raised Estella to break mens _______
The convict who Pip feeds at the beginning of the novel appears later in the novel with a name and that name is?
The marshes, for Pip, have represented his lowly...
Compeyson got a lesser sentence than Magwitch because he was a?
Who is responsible for hitting Mrs. Gargery on the head?
Who is Estella's mother?
Is Pip's tutor in London and Herbert's father
Whom does Pip suspect his secret benefactor is?
a person that Estella agrees to marry
what is Herbert's nickname for Pip?
Miss Havisham gets severely injured by catching on?
who takes away Magwitch's and Pip's money?
Who comes to nurse Pip back to health and settle his accounts?
What is Mr. Jaggers profession?
How many endings did the author write for "Great Expectations"?
Statis house means ________ house?
What color gloves did Wemmick's future wife wear all the time?
What play was Mr. Wopsle acting in?
What is Miss. Havisham's half brother's name?
This person helps Pip earn fortune and is a corn chandler.
All the clocks in Miss Havisham's house were stopped at twenty to....?
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