1 Now, I return to this young fellow.
2 But I like the fellow, Pip; he is one of the true sort.
3 I have a pretty large experience of boys, and you're a bad set of fellows.
4 But she seemed to be a good sort of fellow, and showed a high regard for the Aged.
5 A fellow like our friend the Spider," answered Mr. Jaggers, "either beats or cringes.
6 Now, Joseph Gargery, I am the bearer of an offer to relieve you of this young fellow your apprentice.
7 I tell you what, young fellow," said she, "I didn't bring you up by hand to badger people's lives out.
8 He was a broadshouldered loose-limbed swarthy fellow of great strength, never in a hurry, and always slouching.
9 It revived my utmost indignation to find that she was still pursued by this fellow, and I felt inveterate against him.
10 His ignorance, poor fellow, at last served him; he never mistrusted but that my inheritance was quite safe, with Mr. Jaggers's aid.
11 So he told it, and Herbert was as much moved as amazed, and the dear fellow and I were not the worse friends for the long concealment.
12 Yet for all that, I remember feeling convinced that I had been much mistaken in him, and that he was a sensible, practical, good-hearted prime fellow.
13 Startop, being a lively, bright young fellow, and Drummle being the exact opposite, the latter was always disposed to resent him as a direct personal affront.
14 Bentley Drummle, who was so sulky a fellow that he even took up a book as if its writer had done him an injury, did not take up an acquaintance in a more agreeable spirit.
15 In my weakness and entire dependence on him, the dear fellow had fallen into the old tone, and called me by the old names, the dear "old Pip, old chap," that now were music in my ears.
16 Dear Joe, I hope you will have children to love, and that some little fellow will sit in this chimney-corner of a winter night, who may remind you of another little fellow gone out of it for ever.
17 I noticed that after the funeral Joe changed his clothes so far, as to make a compromise between his Sunday dress and working dress; in which the dear fellow looked natural, and like the Man he was.
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