A Villainous-looking Shepherd

Maurice Greiffenhagen

1898

Lithograph

12.7 by 8.9 cm facing page 434, framed

Dickens's Pictures from Italy in the The Gadshill Edition

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Passage realised: “As soon as we were out of the pig-sty, we entered on the Campagna Romana; an undulating flat (as you know), where few people can live; and where, for miles and miles, there is nothing to relieve the terrible monotony and gloom. Of all kinds of country that could, by possibility, lie outside the gates of Rome, this is the aptest and fittest burial-ground for the Dead City. [continued below]

Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.

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