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|"Bleak House" was first published in serial form between March 1852 and September 1853.
There were 20 instalments, each with illustrations by Phiz, with the final instalment a double
issue (and double the price !).
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|"My son !" said Mr Turveydrop. "My children ! I cannot resist your prayer. Be happy !"
|"We have here among us, my friends . . . . a brother and a boy. Devoid
of parents, devoid of relations, devoid of flocks and herds, devoid of
gold and silver, and of precious stones". Mr Chadband.
|The young man of the name of Guppy,much discomforted, and not
presenting a very impressive letter of introduction in his manner and
|"I've always been a-moving and a-moving on,
ever since I was born. Where can I possibly
move to nor I do move ?"
|"Here you see me utterly incapable of helping
myself, and entirely in your hands. I only ask
to be free. The butterflies are free. Mankind
will surely not deny to Harold Skimpole what
it concedes to the butterflies !".
|Prince Turveydrop . . . never rested for an instant. His distinguished father did nothing whatever, but stand before the fire, a model of