Once More I Found Myself on Deck

Maurice Greiffenhagen



12.7 by 8.9 cm facing title-page, framed

Dickens's American Notes in the The Gadshill Edition

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Passage illustrated: “Once — once — I found myself on deck. I don't know how I got there, or what possessed me to go there, but there I was; and completely dressed too, with a huge pea-coat on, and a pair of boots such as no weak man in his senses could ever have got into. I found myself standing, when a gleam of consciousness came upon me, holding on to something. I don't know what.” [continued below]

Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.

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