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Great Expectations, Charles Dickens

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Estella And Pip. "I saw no shadow of another parting from her." [Closing lines of the novel, Chapter 59.]    Dickens's Great Expectations

Estella and Pip. 'I saw no shadow of another parting from her.' Illustration by Harry Furniss for the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations, from The Testimonial Edition published Poster Print x

...."Him and Compeyson had been in a bad thing with a rich lady some years afore, and they'd made a pot of money by it; but Compeyson betted and gamed"

Escape Convict Abel Magwitch- Charles Dickens started his story in about setting his character Abel Magwitch to meet a man called Compeyson at the Epsom Races.

“Life is made of so many partings welded together”  ― Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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Estella and Pip in Miss Havisham's garden. Illustration for the novel Great Expectations

Estella and Pip in Miss Havisham's garden. Illustration for the novel Great Expectations

Estella and Pip in Miss Havisham's garden. Illustration for the novel Great Expectations Wall Art, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Wall Peels

Anthony Wager as Young Pip in the 1946 adaptation of 'Great Expectations'

Pip: My favourite Charles Dickens character

Pip, the hero of Great Expectations, is the first in the Telegraph picks of the best Charles Dickens characters.

F. A. Fraser's illustration from the 1870s shows the Aged Parent toasting his food by the fireplace in his son Wemmick's Walworth home with Pip looking on, in a scene from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.

Aged P: My favourite Charles Dickens character

The Aged P - or Aged Parent - from Great Expectations, is one of Charles Dickens's finest comic creations and is the sixth in the Telegraph pick of the best Charles Dickens characters.

Images of the best characters from across Dickens's novels, chosen by   Telegraph writers.

Images of the best characters from across Dickens's novels, chosen by Telegraph writers.

Great Expectations St James, Cooling, King. These children's anthropomorphic gravestones provided Charles Dickens with the inspiration for poor Pips dead brothers in his novel Great Expectations

Great Expectations St James, Cooling, Kent These childrens anthropomorphic gravestones provided Charles Dickens with the inspiration for poor Pips dead brothers in his novel Great Expectations.

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