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PostSubject: Week 18 Homework Due 1/26   Wed 20 Jan 2016, 2:03 am

* Study and take vocabulary test between Friday and Sunday, midnight on ClassMarker.com

* Continue to work on your short story. After choosing your opening, continue to write 2-3 more pages. Be sure to show your character's personality and try to include at least 2 figures of speech and either symbolism, foreshadowing or irony. Remember, fiction is based on conflict. Be sure you have at least one element of conflict in this section.

*Read chapters 6-7 in Great Expectations and answer the following questions:
1. What is probably the reason that Joe married Pip's sister?
2. Who is Pumblechook, and how does he get Pip into Satis House?
3. How does Dickens satirize public education in this chapter?
4. Note that Pip describes his alphabet as "a bramble bush" and his               fingers as "thieves"; how do these references contribute to the book's         imagery?
5. Explain: "steam was yet in its infancy"
6. What is implied about England's government when Dickens has Joe tell      Pip that Mrs. Joe, being given to government, does not want him to be      able to read and write.
7. What does Mr. Wopsle's great-aunt run in the evenings?
8. Even though Pip attends the evening school, who actually teaches Pip how to read and write?
9. What does Pip find out about Joe’s education?
10. What is the only word that Joe can read?
11. Pip agrees to help Joe learn to read and write. Why must they keep it         a secret from Mrs. Joe?
12. What news do Uncle Pumblechook and Mrs. Joe bring home to Pip?
13. What does Miss Havisham ask Pip to come there to do?
14. Who first takes Pip to Miss Havisham’s house?
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