Great Expectations Chapter 16 Page 13

“Why, of course!” cried Biddy, with an exultant face. “Don't you see? It's him!”

Orlick, without a doubt! She had lost his name, and could only signify him by his hammer.

We told him why we wanted him to come into the kitchen, and he slowly laid down his hammer, wiped his brow with his arm, took another wipe at it with his apron, and came slouching out, with a curious loose vagabond bend in the knees that strongly distinguished him.

I confess that I expected to see my sister denounce him, and that I was disappointed by the different result. She manifested the greatest anxiety to be on good terms with him, was evidently much pleased by his being at length produced, and motioned that she would have him