An' she just puts her dear arms about my neck

Harry Furniss, artist

Swain, engraver

1893

Illustration for Lewis Carroll’s Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, p. 350

Source: Hathi Digital Library Trust version of a copy in the Pennsylvania State University Library Library.

“‘An' she just puts her dear arms about my neck and she kisses me on t' cheek an' may God in Heaven bless her!’ And here the poor old man broke down entirely, and could say no more.”

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