Pip Rescues Miss Havisham from the Fire

Harry Furniss


5 ⅜ by 3 ½ inches (13.9 cm by 9 cm)

I saw Miss Havisham, shrieking, with a whirl of fire blazing all about her. I had a double-caped greatcoat on, and over my arm another thick coat. I got them off, closed with her, threw her down, and got them over her." — p. 381. [A much condensed form of the text in Chapter 49.]

Dickens's Great Expectations, Library Edition, facing p. 384.

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