Great Expectations

Reread Chapter 9. What changes do you expect the visit to make?

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By making up fantastical stories in this case -- it will be interesting to listen to the running commentary made by the narrator, the older Pip, who, like Dickens himself, is looking back on this theme and reflecting on how it affected his happiness later on in life. The visit makes Pip aware that wealth and status isn't all he thought it was. This is why he lies.