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Estella lived in Satis house as a child with Miss Havisham who is her adopted mother While living in Satis house she didnt have any child friends apart from the ones she would mock and use This has mentally scarred her as she is trapped in Satis house and now she has missed out on a childhood Instead of having a childhood she has had to compete with the Pockets and the their scheming against her to gain miss Havishams money So this toughened Estella up as she had to be cruel to survive against everyone All this competing made Estella have an abnormal childhood which resulted in a mentally abusive childhood which led her to punish herself and marry a physically abusive man - Bentley Drummle she didnt want to marry a nice man as she would never be able to love him as she is mentally scarred from miss Havisham and she realises her mistakes so she deserves better than him now when suffering has been stronger than all other teaching and has taught me to understand what your heart used to be This quote shows us that Estella understands her faults and she also understand what she did wrong to pip also what he felt as she has now felt that too Also marrying Drummle will stop her current life and ways that Miss Havisham is leading her through Marrying him was her own choice and its good that she is doing this as it prevents Pip from having his heart broken but Pip thinks that this is the worst thing that could happen he doesnt see her good ways Throughout the story towards the end she realises her evil ways and how miss Havisham has manipulate her to fulfil her revenge on men Break their hearts my pride and hope break their hearts and have no mercy This shows how Estella I being heavily
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