Little Dorrit

Harry Furniss

1910

12.9 x 9.3 cm vignetted

Dickens's Little Dorrit, Vol. 12 of Charles Dickens Library Edition, Book the First, "Poverty," Chapter 27, "Five-and-Twenty," facing p. 352.

For as long as the defensive Miss Wade remains her surety, Tattycoram feels that she can continue to thumb her nose at her employers, the Meagles. The plot, in fact, requires that Tattycoram live under Miss Wade's roof long enough to acquire the documents that she has acquired from Henry Gowan regarding both Little Dorrit and Arthur Clennam.

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