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    Chapter 6: What is the meaning of the poem Joe has written for his father's tomb: "Whatsume'er the failings on is part, Remember reader he were that good in his hart"? This poem is assessed briefly.

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    To answer your question, think about Joe's character. He and Pip share a very special relationship. Though Joe is not Pip's father or older ...

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    Charles Dickens' Great Expectations' poem is noted.

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