Great Expectations

how does pips realtionshipp with jaggers change when Pip comes of age?

It is in chapter 36 and if you could include a quote i would be very happy .

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Jaggers questions Pip as to the nature of his spending and debt, and appears triumphant when Pip is unable to qualify his spending. Pip finds Jaggers quite intimidating: indeed the encounter on his birthday

'reminded me of that old time when I was put on a tombstone.'

Jaggers resolutely refuses to tell Pip the identity of his benefactor and this leaves Pip 'intensely meloncholy.'


'Great Expectations' -Charles Dickens