“At the back of the shop I had a permanent exhibition of older prints, for the window always reflected the … More
A year ago, we were introduced to an educated rogue named Thomas Hawkins from The Devil in the Marshalsea. Despite being born … More
“Women are every where in this deplorable state; for, in order to preserve their innocence, as ignorance is courteously termed, … More
I am awakened by the rich details and vast spectrum of topics covered in Death and Mr. Pickwick by Stephen Jarvis– … More
It might seem preposterous to include the criticism by Graham’s Lady’s Magazine (1848) here, nonetheless interesting to get it emblazoned into the heart of readers’ … More
This pamphlet is a great introductory course to explore Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845) regarding her faith, acts of philanthropy, and ideals … More
Currently reading The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë, and this image is conjured up in my thoughts!