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Study the word list: Characters in Great Expectations - List 1

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

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Joe Joe Gargery is a kind blacksmith and is Pip's adoptive father.
Hubble Mr. and Mrs. Hubble are simple, silly folks from Pip's village.
Orlick Orlick is a gruff evil man that Joe employs around the forge.
Raymond Cousin Raymond is an aging relative of Miss Havisham.
Estella Estella is Miss Havisham's adopted daughter.
Havisham Sarah Pocket is an aging relative of Miss Havisham.
Pumblechook Joe's Uncle Pumblechook is a well-to-do corn-chandler in the village.
Wopsle Mr. Wopsle is the village church clerk.
Gargery Mrs. Joe Gargery a bitter and angry woman who brings Pip up.
Biddy Biddy is a kind, intelligent girl who works for Mr. Wopsle's great aunt.
Pip Pip is the narrator and the main character of the story.
Pocket There was a suspicious bulge in the thief's pocket.
Georgiana Georgiana is an aging relative of Miss Havisham.

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