By Henry Jr. TANNER
Альбом резных деревянных элементов интерьера XVI, XVII, и XVIII веков
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Found beside Mrs. Joe is a convict's leg-iron, which has clearly been filed off some time ago; both Joe and the people from the Hulks agree on this point. Guiltily, Pip thinks it must be "his convict's" leg-iron. When Mrs. Joe recovers from the attack, her vision and hearing are impaired and her speech is unintelligible. Her writing, always bad, is a poor means of communication, but her temper is much improved. The problem she has left is the care of the household; the new one she has created is the need for somebody to care for her.
While "his convict" wolfs down the food, Pip asks apologetically whether he should not save some for the young man, whom he has just seen. The convict, much agitated, grasps Pip roughly. " he says. "Over there. . '' Pip asks. " Learning that the other man has a bruise on his left cheek, the convict shouts, "Show me the way he went. " He grabs the file and begins to work frenziedly on his leg-iron. Pip, seeing that he is ignored, slips away for home. Mrs. " Pip, expecting the constable to arrive immediately, explains that he has been to hear the carols.
Although these visits last only a few minutes, they are enough to keep him reminded of his discontent with his present life. Gradually, however, he becomes aware of Biddy. Her appearance has changed; she is now cleaner and freshernot beautiful, but wholesome and sweet-tempered. She keeps pace with Pip in his studies, but she seems to learn everything he does without even trying. On a long Sunday walk on the marshes, Pip confides to her that he wants to become a gentleman because of Estella. Biddy (who secretly loves Pip) gives him the sensible advice that it's not worth changing his ways simply to spite Estella, and that if he has to change himself to win her, the girl is not worth winning.