Mention: fire \light and darkness\ Candles\ bars
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Miss Havisham lives in a brick house whose windows are either covered with iron bars or walled up.
Pip enters a large, well-lit dressing room. It is lit by candles, not by sunlight.
Miss Havisham's rooms are filled with old belongings.... dresses, half packed trunks, things that haven't been used in years. Her room is dark and dreary, and all of the clocks are stopped at the bery same time.... twenty minutes to nine.
Satis House is a symbol of frustrated expectations. It is the castle where Miss Havisham and Estella live. The word "Satis" comes from the Latin word for "enough," it also refers to evil. Throughout the novel, Satis House is nothing but dashed dreams and disappointments. For example, Pip's most cherished expectation—that he will marry Estella— is formed and destroyed at Satis House. It is a wealthy castle but crumbling and despair. Thus, Pip and Estella look towards a happier relationship only after the house is destroyed.