Great Expectations

The narrator says of Magwitch, "One would have supposed that it was I who was in danger, not he, and that he was reassuring me". Why does Magwitch seem increasingly calm and submissive, even under such dire circumstances?

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I think that, like Pip, Magwitch is understanding something about life. He is finally with Pip and that is all that seems to matter.