Ellen — oh! I have killed her!

“Ellen — oh! I have killed her!”

G. Stiff

c. 1843

Wood engraving

Source: The Hathi Trust version of G. W. M. Reynolds’s The Mysteries of London 1.369

The illustration depicts a passage in Chapter 119.

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  • The many occupations of Ellen Monroe
  • Ellen becomes a sculptor’s model
  • “The face of your Venus is my own!”
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