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Mr. Boffin

Mr. Boffin

 

“Both as to his dress and to himself, he was of an overlapping rhinoceros build, with folds in his cheeks, and his forehead, and his eyelids, and his lips and his ears; but with bright, eager, childishly-inquiring grey eyes, under his ragged eyebrows, and broad-brimmed hat.”

Kyd. Illustrations of Character s in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.

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