Great Expectations

2. Why does Pip hide his true feelings about his work as Joe’s apprentice?

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Time passes as Pip begins working in Joe’s forge; the boy slowly becomes an adolescent. He hates working as Joe’s apprentice, but out of consideration for Joe’s goodness, he keeps his feelings to himself. As he works, he thinks he sees Estella’s face mocking him in the forge, and he longs for Satis House.