There was a scream

There was a scream as of an individual — not a rook — in corporeal anguish. Mr. Tupman had saved the lives of innumerable unoffending birds by receiving a portion of the charge in his left arm. by Phiz (Hablot K. Browne). Household Edition Dickens's Pickwick Papers, p. 33. Engraved by “W.T.G.” [Click on image to enlarge it.]

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References

Dickens, Charles. Pickwick Papers. The Household Edition. London: Chapman and Hall, 1874; New York: Harpers, 1874.


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