Great Expectations

What are Pip's impressions of London, Little Britain, and Barnard Inn?

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Pip goes to London and, compared with his last images of the marshes, finds it "ugly, crooked, narrow and dirty." Wemmick brings Pip to Bernard's Inn, where he will be staying when he is in town. The Inn appears to Pip to be a fairly run-down, decrepit place. Little Britain is the name of the street Mr Jaggers’s office is in. Pip finds it "gloomy" and depressing.