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Dear, gentle, patient, noble Nell

Dear, gentle, patient, noble Nell

 

Dickens writes, “I had it always in my fancy to surround the lonely figure of the child with grotesque and wild, but not impossible companions, and to gather about her . . . associates as strange and uncongenial as the grim objects that are about her bed. . . .“

Ernest Nister. Pictures from Dickens with Readings. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1895

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