Uncle Pumblechook of Charles Dickens‘s Great Expectations is the stereotype of the shallow class-obsessed and envious man who is also a hypocrite and one who exploits others; he is comical in his pompous fatuity. In fact, he has no redeeming characteristics. For one thing, he never displays any affection for his relatives; during Pip’s lifetime, there is no love or kindness or real concern for him ever shown by Pumblechook.
As we strolled around Rochester this afternoon, I came across a wooden door which had the writing above it that said ‘Mr Pumblechook Lived Here.
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