Why is pip ashamed of Joe when he meets Miss Havisham?
Thereof, how did Joe's visit with Miss Havisham make PIP feel?
Joe dresses up in his Sunday best to go with Pip to see Miss Havisham, the wealthy but reclusive woman he has been visiting. Joe is trying to look nice, but Pip feels that “he looked far better in his working dress” because he is so uncomfortable dressed up “like some extraordinary bird” (ch 13, enotes etext p. 70).
Secondly, why did PIP lie about Miss Havisham? Pip lies to Mrs. Joe and Uncle Pumblechook because he does not want to tell them what happens at Miss Havisham's house. He does not think they will understand. The events, and Miss Havisham, are “incomprehensible” to him (p.
Also question is, what reasons does Joe give PIP for not standing up to his wife?
Joe tells Pip he doesn't stand up to his wife because she is a master-mind.
What does Miss Havisham pay Joe for Pip's apprenticeship?
Miss Havisham wants Joe to come to her house because she wants to pay for Pip's apprenticeship. What does Miss Havisham pay Joe for Pip's apprenticeship? Miss Havisham pays Joe 25 guineas.