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From Wemmick, Pip gets a further sense of the efficiency of Jaggers' professional manners; he learns, for example, that the two plaster casts in the inner office are replicas of two celebrated clients after they were hanged, and he discovers further that the jewelry which Wemmick wears came as gifts from clients who were also hanged. " Wemmick warns Pip that when he dines with Mr. Jaggers he will see "a wild beast tamed"his housekeeper, whom Pip should keep his eye on. He also extends an invitation for Pip to visit him at home at Walworth.

Introduction to the Novel There is general agreement that Great Expectations is Dickens' best book. David Copperfield, to a considerable extent because of Mr. Micawber, remains a sentimental favorite; A Tale of Two Cities is widely used in schools because of its seeming simplicity; Bleak Page 7 House, a much less read but strong and somber book, has its advocates; and A Christmas Carol arrives promptly on schedule every Christmas. Yet it is always to Great Expectations that one returns if one wishes to reread Dickens and recapture the experience that one encounters in the presence of genius.

The style which he had been developing through a long series of novels was now completely under his control; in Great Expectations it is one of the glories of the novel. His genius for fusing style, plot, and characterization made Great Expectations a masterpiece and Dickens one of the greatest writers who ever lived. Introduction to the Novel There is general agreement that Great Expectations is Dickens' best book. David Copperfield, to a considerable extent because of Mr. Micawber, remains a sentimental favorite; A Tale of Two Cities is widely used in schools because of its seeming simplicity; Bleak Page 7 House, a much less read but strong and somber book, has its advocates; and A Christmas Carol arrives promptly on schedule every Christmas.

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