Mistress Affery's Alarm

Harry Furniss

1910

12.9 cm high x 9.2 cm wide, vignetted

Dickens's Little Dorrit, Vol. 12 of Charles Dickens Library Edition, Book the Second, "Poverty," Chapter 17, "Missing," facing p. 656.

Fin-de-siécle illustrator Harry Furniss's interpretation of the chapter in which William Dorrit, having returned to London from Venice where his daughter Fanny has married Edmund Sparkler, tries to find information as to the whereabouts of Blandois, lately Henry Gowan's model.

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Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.

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