Great Expectations

what is the mood pip set out for the sluice house? how does this foreshadow the action in this chapter? why does pip feel he is doomed?

chpt 50-52

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THere is a sense of excitement and emotional maturity between Pip and Magwitch. He also understands Miss. H better. Of all the relationships, Of all his losses, Pip thinks he regrets the loss of Joe’s friendship the most. That night, humbled and with an arm injured from the fire, he heads out to the mysterious meeting on the marshes.