Motivations: Reading Question for Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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7. In Chapter 49, Miss Havisham confesses to Pip that in adopting Estella, she "meant to save her (Estella) from misery like my own." (page 753) Do you believe this, given Dickens' harsh characterization of Miss Havisham throughout the novel?