What do Pip and Herbert call their new home in Great Expectations?

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What do Pip and Herbert call their new home in Great Expectations?

Pip and Herbert:

Pip and Herbert are two of the central characters in Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations. Pip leaves his home and meager beginnings to reach his great expectations in the big city of London.

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''The Temple,'' is the new place Pip and Herbert call home in London. The Temple refers to a collection of buildings in London between Fleet Street...

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Great Expectations Setting
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