Famous quote by Charles Dickens

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We are so very umble

"We are so very 'umble"

- Charles Dickens

About this Quote

This quote is from the novel "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens. It is spoken by the character Joe Gargery, a blacksmith, who is humbly expressing his gratitude to the wealthy Miss Havisham. Joe is a humble male who is not utilized to the luxuries of the upper class. He is overwhelmed by the kindness of Miss Havisham and expresses his thankfulness in a humble way. The quote shows Joe's humble nature and his gratitude for the kindness of Miss Havisham. It likewise reflects the social class divide in between the rich and the poor in Victorian England. The quote is a tip of the value of humility and gratitude, and how these qualities can assist bridge the space between various social classes. It also acts as a tip of the importance of treating everyone with respect, no matter their social status.

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Charles Dickens This quote is written / told by Charles Dickens between February 7, 1812 and June 9, 1870. He was a famous Novelist from England. The author also have 58 other quotes.

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