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Major Characters Pip the narrator of the story Pip is an orphan being raised by his sister Mrs Joe Gargery and her husband Mr Joe Gargery a blacksmith Mrs Joe Gargery the bitter angry sister of Pip who brings him up by hand Mr Joe Gargery a kind blacksmith Pip sees him as an equal and a friend at the beginning of the story Joe is uneducated but he understands the important things in life Mr Wopsle the village church clerk whose dream it is to get on the pulpit and preach as he considers himself an excellent speaker He becomes an actor Uncle Pumblechook Joes uncle a well-to-do corn-chandler in the village He considers himself upper-class Mr Wopsles great aunt runs the school in town out of a cottage Biddy a kind intelligent girl Pips age who works for Mr Wopsles great aunt at the school Later she comes to work for Joe taking care of Mrs Joe Gargery Miss Havisham a strange wrinkled up lady who never sees the sunlight and never gets out of her bridal gown Shes actually a very cold-hearted yet wealthy lady who lives just outside the village in the Satis House Estella Miss Havishams adopted daughter She is cold and very proud but very beautiful Shes about Pips age and is the love of Pips life Orlick an evil man that Joe employs around the forge He seems to hate just about everybody but has a crush on Biddy Matthew Pocket Miss Havishams cousin but not one of her relatives that is greedy Matthew Pocket has charge of nine children two nurses and a pretty but useless wife He also tutors young gentlemen Herbert Pocket Matthews son An extremely cheerful and honest boy about Pips age He become Pips best friend in London Jaggers rational and seemingly emotionless lawyer for Miss Havisham and for Pip He is
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