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Young Estella

Left to right: (a) She gave a contemptuous toss . . . . and left me by F. A. Fraser. (b) An Unexpected Pleasure For Pip by Harry Furniss. (c) Pip Fancies He Sees Estella's Face In The Fire by Harry Furniss.

Estella as an adult

Left to right: (a) "What!" said Estella, "do you reproach me for being cold? You" by F. A. Fraser. (b) "Oh, you must take the purse! by F. A. Fraser. (c) Estella and Pip In Miss Havisham's Garden by Harry Furniss.

Left to right: (a) >Estella and Pip in Miss Havisham's Garden by Charles Green. (b) A Rubber at Miss Havisham's by Marcus Stone. (c) Pip and Estella in London by Charles Green. (d) "I am going to Richmond" by H. M. Brock. [

Left to right: (a) Estella Tells Pip of Her Engagement to Mr. Drummle by F. A. Fraser. (b) Estella and Pip by Harry Furniss. (c) Estella and Pip In Miss Havisham's Garden by F. A. Fraser.

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Last modified 16 February 2007