Pip is an orphaned buy who lives with his sister (Mrs. Joe) and her husband (Joe), a blacksmith
Pip is Mrs. Joe's Uncle. Mrs Joe is the wife of Joe, a farmer
Pip is a gentleman and scholar. He rooms with Joe, a lawyer, and his wife, Mrs. Joe
Pip is a servant. He works for a wealthy family - Joe and Mrs. Joe
His secret girlfriend
His secret boyfriend
Money and a gun
A file and some food
A saw and a map
Dry clothes and a crowbar
Mrs. Joe amde all of their food and clothing by hand
Mrs. Joe nursed them both back to health when they got sick.
Mrs. Joe frequently spanked Pip and threatened Joe
Mrs. Joe took an active interest in everything Joe and Pip did
He stole money from Joe's shop
He told Mr. Pumblechook that his sister was cruel
He took pork pie from the house
He broke Mrs. Joe's favorite dish
He thinks Pip is too thin and needs to be fed more
He likes to do things deliberately to get Mrs. Joe angry
It is the only Christmas present Joe can afford
He is trying to compensate for Mr. Pumblechook's criticism of Pip
He is kind-hearted and cares about others' needs. He can overlook faults and see a person as a fellow human being who should be treated considerately.
He is naive and unsuspecting. He is easily tricked.
He is overly-generous, but exceedingly dim-witted
He is secretly a rebel. He does not believe in the laws of Britain and he would spit in the face of the king.
Owner of a general store
A bar owner
The convict was not happy with the food and he hit Pip in the mouth.
Pip gave the convict what he asked for and then told him that there was another escaped convict on the loose in the marsh area.
The convict spit in Pip's face and then rubbed his wetted face in the dirt until Pip sufficated.
The convict was not there.
He wanted to get away from the convict as quickly as possible, but he was caught and beaten up anyway.
He thought Mr. Pumblechook was going to beat him with his wooden shoe. He slipped on the floor and did not get very far.
He accidently spit water in the face of Mrs. Joe after Joe passed gas at the dinner table. He did not get far because Pumblechook took his wooden shoe off and knocked the running Pip down to the ground.
He knew Mrs. Joe would go on a rampage when she dicovered the missing pork pie. He didn't get far because there were soldiers at his door.
Directions of escape
Miss Havisham wanted Pip to go play at her house
Pip won an award at school
She was going to have a baby
She was leaving Joe and Pip for another man