Scenes and Characters from the Works of Charles Dickens


Dickens and Little Nell (1890), a statue by Fr...

Dickens and Little Nell (1890), a statue by Francis Edwin Elwell in Clark Park (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Scenes and Characters from the Works of Charles Dickens Being Eight Hundred and Sixty-six Pictures Printed From the Original Wood BlocksScenes and Characters from the Works of Charles Dickens Being Eight Hundred and Sixty-six Pictures Printed From the Original Wood Blocks by Charles Dickens

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THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB

 


“Permit me to introduce my friends—Mr. Tupman—Mr. Winkle—Mr. Snodgrass”—Chap. xv.

 

THE ADVENTURES OF OLIVER TWIST

 


“Stop thief!”—Chap. x.

 

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NICHOLAS NICKLEBY

 


“Wretch,” rejoined Nicholas fiercely, “touch him at your peril! I will not stand by, and see it done. My blood is up, and I have the strength of ten such men as you”—Chap. xiii.

 

THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP

 


“Now, gentlemen,” said Jerry, looking at them attentively, “the dog whose name’s called, eats”—Chap. xviii.

 

BARNABY RUDGE

 


Lord George Gordon leaving the Maypole—Chap. xxxvii.

 

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT

 


“Let us be merry.” Here he took a captain’s biscuit—Chap. v.

 

CHRISTMAS BOOKS

 


He had been Tim’s blood-horse all the way from church, and had come home rampant—A Christmas Carol, Stave iii.

 

DAVID COPPERFIELD

 


“That’s not it!” said I, “that ship-looking thing!” “That’s it, Mas’r Davy,” returned Ham—Chap. iii.

 

BLEAK HOUSE

 


“If I were in your place I would seize every Master in Chancery by the throat to-morrow morning, and shake him until his money rolled out of his pockets, and his bones rattled in his skin”—Chap. ix.

 

A TALE OF TWO CITIES

 


The third tumbrel—Book 3, chap. xv.

 

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

 


“Why should I look at him?” returned Estella—Chap. xxxviii.

 

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