The Death of Lady Dedlock

I stooped down, and lifted the heavy head, put the long dank hair aside, and turned the face. And it was my mother, cold and dead. (820)

Harry Furniss


13.7 cm x 9.8 cm, framed

Dickens's Bleak House, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, Chapter 59, "Esther's Narrative" — facing XI, 800.

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