Mr. Pumblechook in Great Expectations - Quiz & Worksheet


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In Great Expectations, what is Mr. Pumblechook's familial relationship to Pip?

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1. How is Mr. Pumblechook connected to the satire of education in Great Expectations?

2. In Great Expectations, why does Mr. Pumblechook regard himself as Pip's patron of sorts?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Questions on these assessments focus on various details related to Mr. Pumblechook, including his characteristics, interactions with Pip and how he is used as a literary device by Charles Dickens.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Questions check knowledge of:

  • What the thieves take from Mr. Pumblechook
  • Mr. Pumblechook's connection to Great Expectations' satire of education
  • The depiction of Mr. Pumblechook's snobbery

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding why Mr. Pumblechook thinks of himself as Pip's patron
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on Mr. Pumblechook, a character from Great Expectations
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the familial relationship between Mr. Pumblechook and Pip

Additional Learning

The lesson titled Mr. Pumblechook in Great Expectations will teach you more about this specific character. The covered objectives include:

  • View an illustration of Mr. Pumblechook
  • Know what the commercial classes were composed of
  • Understand the significance of Dickens' last mention of Mr. Pumblechook