Miss Fanny meets an Acquaintance in Venice

Harry Furniss

1910

14.3 cm high x 9.5 cm wide, partially vignetted

Dickens's Little Dorrit, Vol. 12 of Charles Dickens Library Edition, Book the Second, "Poverty," Chapter 6, "Something Right Somewhere," facing p. 513.

Fin-de-siécle illustrator Harry Furniss's interpretation of the chapter in which Amy Dorrit has a disturbing experience with painter Henry Gowan and his model, Blandois. However, here Furniss focuses on the comedic (Fanny's putting Edward Sparkler in his place) rather than thew melodramatic.

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Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.

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