Item No: cdc277801
Title: ALs to Hablot Knight Browne
--A hairdresser's shop at night--not a dashing one, but a barber's. Morleena Kenwig[s] on a tall chair having her hair dressed by an underbred attendant with his hair parted down the middle, and frizzed up into curls at the sides. Another customer, who is being shaved, has just turned his head in the direction of Miss Kenwigs, and she and Newman Noggs (who has brought her there, and has been whiling away the time with an old newspaper), recognise, with manifestations of surprise, and Morleena with emotion, Mr. Lillyvick, the collector. Mr. Lillyvick's bristly beard expresses great neglect of his person, and he looks very grim and in the utmost despondency.--
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Cf. Pilgrim ed. Pencil sketches by Browne on both sides of leaf on which note is written, all but one of which are for this illustration.
Record created by BZ.
Browne, Hablot Knight, 1815-1882.
Gift of Benoliel, 1961.
The Letters of Charles Dickens, Pilgrim Edition, Volume One, 1820-1839, p. 560.
Creation Place Note:[n.p.]
DL B816 1839-07-00
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 - Author