Charles Dickens

Great Expectations

A level 5 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Retold for Learners of English by Clare West.

In a gloomy, neglected house Miss Havisham sits, as she has sat year after year, in a wedding dress and veil that were once white, and are now faded and yellow with age. Her face is like a death’s head; her dark eyes burn with bitterness and hate. By her side sits a proud and beautiful girl, and in front of her, trembling with fear in his thick country boots, stands young Pip.

Miss Havisham stares at Pip coldly, and murmurs to the girl at her side: ‘Break his heart, Estella. Break his heart!’
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    ‘Oh Miss Havisham,’ I said, ‘I can do it now. We have all made mistakes. I can’t be bitter with anyone.’

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