Please read chapters 47-50. After you finish the reading, please consider and discuss the revelations that Pip uncovers with regard to Estella’s parentage. What, if any, difference does this make to our understanding of Estella’s character? Why might Dickens have included these developments? How does this connect to other motifs or themes in the novel?
Remember to include specific details from the novel to support your opinions and to respond to at least one other comment in this thread.
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