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Pip visits Miss Havisham and learns that Estella has been sent abroad.
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"I had been looking round - in fact, for Estella - and I stammered that I hoped she was well.
"Abroad," said Miss Havisham; "educating for a lady; far out of reach; prettier than ever; admired by all who see her. Do you feel that you have lost her?"
Estella has been sent abroad by Miss Havisham to further her training as a lady. Just as Pip is in London to learn to be a gentleman, Estella has gone way to continue her education arranged by Miss Havisham.