Mr. Vholes and Richard

Richard, his face flushing suddenly, strikes the desk with his clenched hand. "Mr. Vholes! If any man had told me when I first went to John Jarndyce's house that he was anything but the disinterested friend he seemed — that he was what he has gradually turned out to be — I could have found no words strong enough to repel the slander." (557)

Harry Furniss


14.7 cm x 8.6 cm (5 ¼ by 3 ½ inches), vignetted

Dickens's Bleak House, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, Chapter 46, "Stop Him!" — facing XI, 544.

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