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Now and Then

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 You could hear the coach shouting c’mon boys lets take a picture in a happy, nasty way. We all got together and slowly Walked to the scoring, green fence. Where we then lined up as if we were in the army getting ready for our next mission. He took the picture and I remember it making me feel worse. We slowly came off the fence and sat down in agony. You could hear the shouting at us asking us questions. If we thought the team was better than us, how do you think you lot played, whats was going on out there and whats your match ratings. I held my head down so I wouldn’t get any grief. It is as if my coach was some sort of eagle scoping for his predator. He spotted me in an instant and started pressuring me to answer him. He said to me so Ramone how do you think you played today. I replied “I don’t know coach you tell me”, in an stroppy way. He than said well I’ll tell you how you played.” To be fair you played alright today, even though we lost. Out of the whole team you played alright. I then looked up at him and felt delighted to know that I didn’t play as bad as the others in my team. I was sitting down on the floor wondering about why my coach didn’t think I played bad, whilst I could hear one of my teammates being pressured to tell my coach how he thought he played. The boy stuttered. He had no words to describe how bad he played. He froze in

Sep 14, 2016 - Communication    No Comments

Quotes from great expectation

Chapter 1

“Ours was the marsh country, down by the river, within, as the river wound, twenty miles of the sea. My first most vivid and broad impression of the identity of things, seems to me to have been gained on a memorable raw afternoon towards evening.”

Chapter 2

“It is a part of Miss Havisham’s plans for me, Pip,” said Estella, with a sigh, as if she were tired; “I am to write to her constantly and see her regularly, and report how I go on-I and the jewels—for they’re nearly all mine now.” It is Pips first time at Miss Harvisham’s and Estella has been told what he needs to do.

Chapter 3

“Well,” said he, “I believe you. You’d be but a fierce young hound indeed, if at your time of life you could help to hunt a wretched warmint, hunted as near death and dunghill as this poor wretched warmint is!” Pip has given the convict the file so he is able to escape and he has to lie to Joe.

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

My convict looked round him for the first time, and saw me . . . I looked at him eagerly when he looked at me, and slightly moved my hands and shook my head. I had been waiting for him to see me, that I might try to assure him of my innocence.

 

 

Sep 9, 2016 - Communication    No Comments

Great expectations summary 41, 42, 43, 44 and 45

Chapter 41

In this chapter Herbert comes home to see that there is convict in his house. Herbert is amazed to hear the story of Magwich being Pips benefactor. Pip tells Herbert he cant take Magwich’s money. Herbert tells Pip to leave England with Magwich. The next morning Magwich comes round for breakfast and Pip asks him to tell his life story, he makes it known that he payed off his debts that he committed.

Chapter 42

Magic begins to tell Pip and Herbert the story of his life, which basically is him going in and out of jail on numerous occasions.

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Significant quotes

Quote 1

“Look’ee here, Pip. I’m your second father. You’re my son,—more to me nor any son. I’ve put away money, only for you to spend.”

Quote 2

“I give Pirrip as my father’s name on the authority of his tombstone.”

Quote 3

“I am what you have made me. Take all the praise, take all the blame; take all the success, take all the failure; in short, take.”

Quote 4

“Miss Havisham’s intentions towards me, all a mere dream; Estella not designed for me; I only suffered in Satis House as a convenience, a sting for the greedy relations, a model with a mechanical heart to practise on when no other practice was at hand; those were the first smarts I had.”

Quote 5

“First,” said Mr. Jaggers, “you should have some new clothes to come in, and they should not be working clothes. Say this day week. You’ll want some money. Shall I leave you twenty guineas?”

Quote 6

 

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Simile

He’d no more heart than a iron file, he was as cold as death, and he had the head of the devil afore mentioned.

Meaning of simile

Pip is talking about Compeyson not caring about anything and he is comparing him to a iron file. By Pip saying he had a head if a devil suggests that Compeyson’s head is set to evil things. Pip says Compeyson is as cold as death. When people die their bodies go cold, Pip is trying to say that Compeyson is near to dying.

May 13, 2016 - Communication    No Comments

Great expectations summary 36,37, 38, 39 and 40

Chapter 36

Pip and Herbert have been spending a huge amount of money. It’s Pips 21st birthday. Mr Jagger’s tells Pip that he is going to receive a big birthday present. Pip is going to start receiving 500 pounds a year which is a lot of money. Mr Jagger’s shows up for dinner with Herbert and Pip. Pip asks Wemmick for advice he tells him that he is gonna invest his money into his friend. Pip asks Wemmick if he’s speaking as a business man or or friend and Wemmick says business man.

Chapter 37

Pip decides to visit Wemmicks castle. When he arrives the aged greets him and tells him that Wemmick isn’t in. Wemmick salutes Pip and Wemmick is with a lady. Her name is Miss Skiffins and she seems nice. Pip and Wemmick talk and Pip asks Wemmick the best way he can finance Herbert’s career without him knowing. Theres a shipping merchant named Clarriker and he’s looking to expand his company. They are all around the fire having tea and Pip watches Wemmick trying to put his arm around miss Skiffins waist. Later on Pip goes home after having a good time.

Chapter 38

 Pip spends most of his time in Richmond with Estella. Estella is being introduced to miss Harvisham’s old and wealthy friends. Estella uses Pip so that she can get other boys jealous. Pip and Estella go to miss Harvisham’s house at night. Whilst they are there Estella tells miss Harvishm about all the boys that are in love with her. Pip relies that miss Harvisham controls Estella and Estella is her creation. As the three are enjoying there time Estella unhooks her arm from miss Harvisham’s. Miss Harvisham goes crazy and tells Estella that she is ungreatful and rude. They then begin to argue and Estella says she is her mother by adoption. Pip decides to go for a walk and when he gets back Estella is kneeling at miss Harvisham’s feet and knitting, it is as if they it never happened. Estella has a restless night. At a party the next day Pip watches Drummle talk to Estella the whole night. Pip approches Estella and asks why she lets Drummle talk to her. Estella says she is only trying to play a game with other people but doesn’t play that game with Pip.

Chapter 39

In this chapter it is Pip’s birthday and he is 23 years old. Pip is all alone, Herbert is in France. Pip hears footsteps out of no where and he thinks it is sister from the dead. As the stranger gets closer he notices tat it is Magwich the convict and he is very happy to see Pip. He tells Pip he is the benefactor.

Chapter 40

Pip is flipping out and his lanterns are blown out so he decides to go outside even though it is a windy night to ask the watchman if he can re-light his lanterns. Pip steps on someone and tells him to tell him who he is but he doesn’t respond. Pip gets the watchman and when they gt back he is no longer there. In the morning Pip asks the convict his name and he tells him his name is Magwich but goes by the name of Provis in town. Magwich tells him he wants to stay with Pip and spend his money with him. Pip goes to Jaggers to ask if Magwich is his benefactor and he tells him he is. On the way back home Pip buys Magwich some new clothes so he dosen’t look like hes just come out of prison. Herbert is coming back so Pip tries to prepare Herbert for the news. When he tells Herbert he gets confused.

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Great expectations summary 32, 33, 34 and 35

Chapter 32

Estella is coming to London. Pip is excited and wants to look his best. Unfortunately Pip isn’t able to get new clothes or sleep as he is worried Estella may arrive early. Pip arrives at the carriage house 5 hours early. As he gets there he sees Wemmick. Wemmick invites his to take a short visit to Newgate prison. Pip notices Wemmick is liked by the prisoners and prison guards. Wemmick introduces Pip to the Colonel who is a bit crazy. The prison guards ask Wemmick a lot of questions about Jaggers but he ignores them. Pip and Wemmick leave the prison and say goodbye to each other. Pip feels awkward. He thinks about Estella, he wonders why criminals are always involved in his life. He thinks about why he went to the prison and he wished he never went.

Chapter 33

In this chapter Estella is in London and Pip is with her. Estella tells Pip how she didn’t like her childhood with Miss Harvisham. Pip kisses her and they go in a carriage to Embark where Estella tells Pip about more things. Estella says he goodbyes and Pop feels heartbroken. Jane pockets sees Pip with her boyfriend and they get jealous.

Chapter 34

Pip can’t stop taking about Estella and he wishes that he could work for miss Harvisham so he could work with Joe. Pip is living in London spending a lot of money and his debts are rising. Pip and Herbert are becoming poorer. Herbert try’s to keep a good attitude even though things aren’t looking good. Pip feels good for helping Herbert with his debts. Pip receives a letter and he gets terrible news. He finds out his sister has died.

Chapter 35

Pip is emotional over his sisters death. Pip feels that Orlick is the resin for his sisters death. Trabb is trying to arrange his sites funeral. After the funeral Joe and Pip talk about old times. Buddy talks about how miss Joe died. Joe is heartbroken and sad. Pip goes to his old house and sleeps overnight. Next morning Pip watches Joe in the old forge. Buddy gives Pip milk and bread and Joe leaves. He says he is going to return soon.

Apr 26, 2016 - Communication    No Comments

Great expectations chapter 29, 30, 31

Chapter 29

Pip is going to be meeting Estella and he is very happy. Before he goes to Miss Harvisham’s he decides to go for a walk. He knows Estella is rude to him but he can’t get over her, Pip beloved that him and Estella should be together. Pip knocks on miss Harvisham’s gate. Orlick appearers he is miss Harvisham’s new gatekeeper. Pip funds miss Harvisham in her living room and Estella comes. Pip and Estella goes for a walk in the garden. They talk and Estella seems to not remember any of the stories Pip told her. Pip and Estella see a ghost in the brewery and Pip tries to not look like he is scared. Pip and Estella going inside and Estella gets ready for dinner. Miss Harvisham tells Pip that he must love Estella. Jagger’s arrives. Dinner is awkward so Pip, Jagger’s and Estella play cards while miss Harvisham is putting jewels in her hair. Miss Harvisham’s asks Pip to escort Esteela from London to Richmond when she comes down in the next few weeks. Pip goes to bed thinking about him and Estella and he realises that he can’t go back to Joe.

Chapter 30

The next morning Pip tells Jagger’s how he doesn’t like him and Jagger’s demands that he should be fired straight away. Pip is worried that he might cause tension between Jagger’s and Orlick. Pip gets ready to leave and when he leaves he get mocked by trabb’s boys. When Pip gets home he tells Herbert about Estella and how he loves her. Herbert tries to reassure Pip and tells Pip that he is also in love with a girl called Clara and that he is going to be getting married to her.

Chapter 31

Pip goes to the theatre with Herbert. Mr. Wopsle  is in a play called Hamlet by Shakespeare. The play isn’t going very good as the guy who plays Hamlet’s dead father has a bad cough and doesn’t know his lines very well so he has to carry them around with him. Pip and Herbert try to motivate him but they realize there’s no point. They find the play hilarious and laugh throughout the play. The audience make the play interesting by interacting with the play. Mr. Wopsle comes round to have dinner and doesn’t leave until 2 am. Pip goes to bed unhappy thinking about Estella once again.

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Great expectations chapter 26, 27 & 28

Chapter 26

Pip goes to Mr Jagger’s to have dinner. While they are at the table Pip accuses Drummle of not paying stratop for the money he lent him. Pip notices that Molly is weird and pays close attention to her.

Chapter 27

Pip gets a letter from Biddy saying Joe is going to be visiting him in London. Biddy also says how his sister thinks about him every night. Biddy hopes that Pip doesn’t think differently about Joe as he is a blacksmith. Pip is excited to meet Joe. Pip later on becomes ashamed of Joe and is happy that he won’t be seeing him. Pip changes up his apartment and hires a boy to be his servant and calls his phantom avenger because he doesn’t do much and hangs  around like a ghost. Joe arrives and is happy to see Pip but Pip isn’t happy to see him. As Joe walks in the house he notices the avenger but doesn’t take note of him, he doesn’t know where to hang his hat and Pip decides not to help him. Joe tells Pip everything that’s been happening. He says how Mr. Wopsle has left the church to become an actor. Joe tells Pip that he came because Miss Harvisham told him to tell her that Estella is back in town and wants to see him. Joe gets ready to go and says how life has taken them in two different directions.

Chapter 28

Pip decided to go and visit Joe and promises himself that he’s going to stay at Joes instead of the village. On the way back home 2 convicts sit in front on Pip and Pip realises that he knows one of them. The man who gave him the two pound note at the jolly bargemen’s. The convicts tells a story to the other convicts how he gave two pounds to a boy once. Pip gets scared incase the convicts realises him and gets off the bus at the next stop. When Pip gets to the blue bear the people there notices Pup as a young boy that Pumblechook is responsible for.

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