Great Expectations

Pick a scene from Chapters 36-37 that you saw clearly in your mind's eye. Explain that scenery and what it looked like in detail. Then tell why you saw the scene this way.

I'm writing this as a journal so i need good answers but not super long.

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I would pick the castle Pip visits,

"I devoted the next ensuing Sunday afternoon to a pilgrimage to the Castle. On arriving before the battlements, I found the Union Jack flying and the drawbridge up; but undeterred by this show of defiance and resistance, I rang at the gate, and was admitted in a most pacific manner by the Aged."

I always picture castles as medieval big stone Gothic-like structures. Their would be statues of knights, impressive chandeliers, a moat, drawbridge...I suppose this comes from years of this stereotype seen on tv and movies. You know like in Dracula or Robin Hood.