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: [sneaking up behind
] Hold your noise! Hold your noise you little devil, or I'll cut your throat! Tell us your name, quick. Young Pip
: I'm Pip. Magwitch
: Once more, give it mouth! Young Pip
: Pip. Magwitch
[pushing the boy down
] Young Pip
: Pip, Sir. Don't sir, please! Magwitch
: [turning him upside down
] You've got wills on you, boy? You've got wills on ya! Young Pip
: No, sir. Magwitch
: [puts him back on his feet
] Come here. What fat cheeks you've got. Darn me if I couldn't eat 'em. Where's your mother? Young Pip
: There, sir.
[pointing at the grave
] Young Pip
: Also my father, sir. My father and brothers, too. Magwitch
: Orphan, ey? Who do you live with? That's supposing I let you live. Young Pip
: My - my sister, sir. My sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery, wife of Joe Gargery, the blacksmith, sir.
: Estella is not the spider's reward. Estella is his punishment. Pip
: And you arranged it.
: Drummle died two years ago. He was kicking his horse, and the horse kicked back. Pip
: I'm sorry to hear that. I'm sorry for anything that brings you sorrow. Estella
: Well, rest assured, I feel none. My husband and I made each other perfectly miserable - just as intended. I have been bent and broken, but I hope into a better shape.
: I had heard that you were here and thriving, and I had a desire to see my old friend. My only friend. Estella
: Every last minute? You said that you would always think of me. Pip
: And I have. Estella
: That you would think of the good in me. Pip
: Always. You're a part of me, Estelle. Estella
: You were on a ship, they said. On the river... Pip
: I love you, Estelle. Estella
: [a tear of relief
] I'm glad. Pip
: [they join hands
: [to Pip
] For whose sake would you reveal this?... Pip
: For Estella's sake! If Drummle knew, he'd never marry her! Jaggers
: Ah, you'd save her, is that it? You'd drag her into disgrace after twenty years? She's chosen her own life and Drummle - remember that! Oh, if you must save someone, I think you might look a little closer to home.
: Before Miss Havisham died, she told me her teachings were false... that love is worth all the suffering and pain that goes with it. Pip
: Do you believe that, Estella? Estella
: You once told me that you loved me, Pip.
: It seems that these past few years I have been harbouring an illusion. More than one, in fact... And you humoured them. You led me on... Miss Havisham
: Yes, I let you go on. Pip
: Was that kind? Miss Havisham
: Who am I, for God's sake, that I should be kind?
] In trying to become a gentleman, I had succeeded in becoming a snob.