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He was a handsome youth with an ingenuous face and a most engaging laugh He was very young, not more than nineteen. Chelsea , Oxford Street top. Carton is able to get a charge of treason reversed for Charles Darnay due to a strong physical resemblance. He becomes infatuated with Lucie Manette who marries Charles Darnay. Carton later takes Darnay's place at the guillotine.
It is a far, far better thing I do than I have ever done, it is a far, far better rest I go to than I have ever known. Pancks later exposes Casby by cutting his long gray hair in front of the residents of Bleeding Heart Yard. Later employed by Arthur Clennam in Bleeding Heart Yard after being injured in a mail coach accident. Aids in the search for Rigaud. St Bartholomew's Hospital top. Marries the former Mrs Rachael. Much given to describe himself, both verbally and in writing, as a vessel, he is occasionally mistaken by strangers for a gentleman connected with navigation, but he is, as he expresses it, "in the ministry.
Chadband is attached to no particular denomination and is considered by his persecutors to have nothing so very remarkable to say on the greatest of subjects as to render his volunteering, on his own account, at all incumbent on his conscience; but he has his followers. He was a dreadful old man to look at, in a filthy flannel waistcoat, and smelling terribly of rum. She steals from her employer and runs off to London with Noah Claypole.
A slatternly girl, in shoes down at heel, and blue worsted stockings very much out of repair. Frank Cheeryble , who marries Kate Nickleby , is their nephew. He was a sturdy old fellow in a broad-skirted blue coat, made pretty large, to fit easily, and with no particular waist; his bulky legs clothed in drab breeches and high gaiters, and his head protected by a low-crowned broad-brimmed white hat, such as a wealthy grazier might wear. And there he stood, looking a little upward, with one hand thrust into the breast of his coat, and the other playing with his old-fashioned gold watch-chain: Nobody could have doubted their being twin brothers.
A hot-headed young man which is not an absolute miracle and phenomenon in nature , was a sprightly, good-humoured, pleasant fellow The couple relocate to the West Indies.
Becomes a member of Parliament. Killed in a duel by Emma's uncle Geoffrey. A plain elderly gentleman. A stout bald gentleman, with a very large face, and his hands continually in his pockets, and who had a tendency in his nature to whistle and hum tunes. Chickenstalker, Anne The Chimes A stout lady who keeps a shop in the general line to whom Trotty owes some small debts. In Trotty's dream she marries Tugby and is Meg's landlady.
Chickweed, Conkey Oliver Twist Keeper of a public house "over Battlebridge way" who faked a burglary of his establishment and was arrested by Jem Spyers in a story told by Blathers. Our own immortal Chiggle, Sir, is said to have observed, when he made the celebrated Pogram statter in marble, which rose so much con-test and preju-dice in Europe, that the brow was more than mortal.
Hard Times A member of Sleary's circus troupe. His face, close-shaven, thin, and sallow, was shaded by a great quantity of dark hair, brushed into a roll all round his head, and parted up the centre.
His legs were very robust, but shorter than legs of good proportions should have been. His chest and back were as much too broad, as his legs were too short. He was dressed in a Newmarket coat and tight-fitting trousers; wore a shawl round his neck; smelt of lamp-oil, straw, orange-peel, horses' provender, and sawdust; and looked a most remarkable sort of Centaur, compounded of the stable and the play-house.
He was the meekest of his sex, the mildest of little men. He sidled in and out of a room, to take up the less space. He walked as softly as the Ghost in Hamlet, and more slowly. He carried his head on one side, partly in modest depreciation of himself, partly in modest propitiation of everybody else. He later establishes a practice "within a few miles of Bury St. Edmund's" and is a neighbor of Edward and Jane Murdstone. He is married and has a daughter. He had small twinkling eyes, and a pock-marked face; wore a fur cap, a dark corduroy jacket, greasy fustian trousers, and an apron.
His wardrobe was, in truth, rather out of repair; but he excused himself to the company by stating that his 'time' was only out an hour before; and that, in consequence of having worn the regimentals for six weeks past, he had not been able to bestow any attention on his private clothes. Middlesex House of Corrections top.
Young John loves Amy Dorrit and assists in finding her father's fortune. Mrs Chivery runs a tobacco shop around the corner from the Marshalsea on Horsemonger Lane. Like many others Martin Meets in America the General is considered "one of the most remarkable men in the country. Chollop enforces the propagation of liberty with a brace of revolving-pistols.
A lean person in a blue frock and a straw hat, with a short black pipe in his mouth, and a great hickory stick, studded all over with knots, in his hand; who, smoking and chewing as he came along, and spitting frequently, recorded his progress by a train of decomposed tobacco on the ground His face was almost as hard and knobby as his stick; and so were his hands.
His head was like an old black hearth-broom. Daughter of the ambitious neighbor. He had been a schoolmate of Anthony Chuzzlewit. A little blear-eyed, weazen-faced, ancient man came creeping out. He was of a remote fashion, and dusty, like the rest of the furniture; he was dressed in a decayed suit of black; with breeches garnished at the knees with rusty wisps of ribbon, the very paupers of shoe-strings; on the lower portion of his spindle legs were dingy worsted stockings of the same colour.
He looked as if he had been put away and forgotten half a century before, and somebody had just found him in a lumber-closet. Greedy and tight-fisted business man who breeds these same qualities into his son. Jonas tries to poison him for his trouble. The face of the old man so sharpened by the wariness and cunning of his life, that it seemed to cut him a passage through the crowded room.
He was said to have perpetually dined with Duke Humphrey , a common phrase in Elizabethan literature meaning to go without dinner. A gay bachelor cousin, who claimed to be young but had been younger, and was inclined to corpulency, and rather over-fed himself: Marries Mercy Pecksniff and, through his cruelty, breaks her spirit. He murders Tigg , the murder is discovered, and on the way to prison poisons himself. So well profited by the precept and example of the father that he looked a year or two the elder of the twain.
Martin is suspicious of his hypocritical relatives, chiefly Pecksniff , whose hypocrisy Martin exposes. At the end he is reconciled with his grandson, young Martin. He was a strong and vigorous old man, with a will of iron, and a voice of brass.
He has a falling out with his grandfather over his love for Mary Graham. He becomes a pupil of Pecksniff who, because of pressure from the grandfather, throws young Martin out.
He goes to America with Mark Tapley to seek his fortune. Finding out, like Dickens , that America is not the land of opportunity he thought, he comes back to England.
After the undoing of Pecksniff , Martin is reconciled with his grandfather and marries Mary Graham. James Park , Strand top. Chuzzlewit, Toby Martin Chuzzlewit Chuzzlewit family ancestor whose answer to the deathbed question 'who was your grandfather?
This misconstrusion was taken as proof of the family's nobility. The marks are on him to this day. When I was having my dinner just now, he stripped off his coat, and took away my appetite That master died; so did his second master from having his head cut open with a hatchet by another slave, who, when he'd done it, went and drowned himself; then he got a better one; in years and years he saved up a little money, and bought his freedom, which he got pretty cheap at last, on account of his strength being nearly gone, and he being ill.
Then he come here. And now he's a-saving up to treat himself, afore he dies, to one small purchase--it's nothing to speak of. Only his own daughter; that's all! With such rich golden hair, such soft blue eyes, and such a bright, innocent, trusting face! Clarriker Great Expectations Shipping merchant from whom Pip secretly buys a partnership for Herbert. After Pip loses his fortune he is also employed in the firm. Fagin uses him to spy on Nancy. After Fagin's capture he testifies against him and becomes an informer for the police.
A large-headed, small-eyed youth, of lumbering make and heavy countenance, On his father's death he falls out with his mother and gives up his share of the family business. After losing everything in a banking scam by Merdle he is himself imprisoned in the Marshalsea. His health fails and Amy cares for him in the prison.
The novel ends with Arthur and Amy's marriage. A dark-complexioned young woman, with a habit of snorting. He fakes his death and is buried in a mock funeral in London. Cly surfaces later as a spy and informer in Paris and ends up on the guillotine. Coavins Bleak House Runs a sponging house and employs Neckett as a "follerer" and where Harold Skimpole is a frequent inmate.
Wackford Squeers , on returning from London, tells him that his grandmother has died and his uncle has took to drink. His sister sends eighteen pence. Squeers pockets the money saying which will just pay for that broken square of glass. A widow lady of that highly sympathetic nature that she agreed with everybody, blessed everybody, and shed smiles and tears on everybody, according to circumstances.
A Coiner, a very good workman. The Recorder's report is made to-day, and he is sure to be executed on Monday. Compeyson Great Expectations Con man who deceives Miss Havisham , with the help of Miss Havisham's brother Arthur , to get her money with a promise of marriage, and then leaves her at the altar.
He is an accomplice of Magwitch in the original prison break. He later exposes Magwitch and accidentally drowns when Magwitch is recaptured. Orphan and later a nursery-governess when she marries David Copperfield Sr.
A widow when David Jr is born, she is later lured into marriage by Edward Murdstone , who destroys her spirit and she dies along with her newborn son while David is away at school. Pretty hair and youthful shape Meek, mild, and no match for her new husband, Mr Murdstone, and his sister. Begins life with his widowed mother and their maid, Peggotty.
When his mother marries Mr. Murdstone his life becomes miserable. He is sent to Creakle's school where he meets Steerforth and Traddles. After the death of his mother he goes to work at Murdstone and Grinby and is lodged with the Micawbers.
David runs away to live with his aunt Betsey Trotwood in Dover. He later marries his employer Spenlow's daughter, Dora. Dora dies and David marries longtime friend, Agnes Wickfield. David, like Dickens, becomes a successful author. Buried in the churchyard in view of David's bedroom window. I was a posthumous child. My father's eyes had closed upon the light of this world six months, when mine opened on it. She marries Bumble making him miserable. The Bumbles are disgraced when they contrive with Monks to hide Oliver's past.
They end up as paupers in the workhouse they once ruled over. Corney, Mr Oliver Twist Mrs Corney's deceased husband, dead not five and twenty years, whom she laments she will never get another like him.
His lair on Jacob's Island is where Sikes eventually seeks refuge after Nancy's murder. He was dressed in a smartly-cut snuff-coloured coat, with large brass buttons; an orange neckerchief; a coarse, staring, shawl-pattern waistcoat; and drab breeches. He was a trifle above the middle size, and apparently rather weak in the legs; but this circumstance by no means detracted from his own admiration of his top-boots, which he contemplated, in their elevated situation, with lively satisfaction.
Bob endures Scrooge's mistreatment until Scrooge, reformed by the visit of the three spirits, raises Bob's salary and vows to help his struggling family. The Cratchit family consists of Bob's wife , eldest daughter Martha , daughter Belinda , son Peter , two younger children: They were not a handsome family; they were not well dressed; their shoes were far from being water-proof; their clothes were scanty.
Camden Town , Cornhill top. She is not quite as mild as her husband, wishing to give Scrooge of her mind to feast upon, and hope he had a good appetite for it. Dressed out but poorly in a twice-turned gown, but brave in ribbons, which are cheap and make a goodly show for sixpence. Also brave in ribbons. Martha lives away from home and is a poor apprentice at a milliner's shop. The two young Cratchits laughed tremendously at the idea of Peter's being a man of business; and Peter himself looked thoughtfully at the fire from between his collars, as if he were deliberating what particular investments he should favour when he came into the receipt of that bewildering income.
The forecast of Tim's death by the Ghosts of Christmas Present and Future is instrumental in Scrooge's reformation after which Tim is afforded proper medical attention and is cured. Alas for Tiny Tim, he bore a little crutch, and had his limbs supported by an iron frame. He shows up later in the story as a Middlesex Magistrate who gives David and Tommy Traddles a tour of the Pentonville prison. He was based on William Jones, headmaster of Wellington Academy which Dickens attended from Creakle's face was fiery, and his eyes were small, and deep in his head; he had thick veins in his forehead, a little nose, and a large chin.
He was bald on the top of his head; and had some thin wet-looking hair that was just turning grey, brushed across each temple, so that the two sides interlaced on his forehead.
He takes Tommy Traddles' side when his wife comes out strongly against Sophy's marriage. He is an excellent man, most exemplary in every way; and he pointed out to [Mrs Crewler] that she ought, as a Christian, to reconcile herself to the sacrifice especially as it was so uncertain , and to bear no uncharitable feeling towards me.
She is a very superior woman indeed, but the damp country is not adapted to her constitution, and - in fact, she has lost the use of her limbs. Sarah has something the matter with her spine, poor girl. The malady will wear out by and by, the doctors say, but in the meantime she has to lie down for a twelvemonth. Traddles has trouble gaining permission to marry Sophy because she is indispensible to her large family.
Sophy arrives at the house of Dora's aunts, in due course. Traddles presents her to us with great pride; and rubs his hands for ten minutes by the clock, with every individual hair upon his head standing on tiptoe, when I congratulate him in a corner on his choice. After Montigue is murdered he flees the country with the company's money. This gentleman's name, by the way, had been originally Crimp; but as the word was susceptible of an awkward construction and might be misrepresented, he had altered it to Crimple.
Amy Dorrit attended classes there. He takes Neville Landless as a pupil and helps Neville flee to London when suspicion is cast on him for the disappearance of Edwin Drood. Crisparkle, Minor Canon, early riser, musical, classical, cheerful, kind, good-natured, social, contented, and boy-like.
A hard-featured square-faced man, elderly and shabby. He had a very full under-lip, a hoarse voice, as though he were in the habit of shouting very much, and very short black hair, shaved off nearly to the crown of his head--to admit It was not a face in its first bloom; she was a woman five and thirty years of age.
He and Harmon resemble each other and Harmon devises a plan to temporarily exchange clothes and identities with Radfoot so that he can secretly observe his intended bride, Bella Wilfer. Radfoot instead drugs and robs Harmon and is then murdered himself, his body taken for that of John Harmon top.
The gift turns out to be a curse as it is passed on to those Redlaw touches. The adverse effects of the gift are finally reversed by Milly Swidger.
He befriends Lizzie Hexam and Jenny Wren. A venerable man, bald and shining at the top of his head, and with long grey hair flowing down at its sides and mingling with his beard. Pleasant is an unlicensed pawnbroker, she later overcomes her dislike of Mr Venus's occupation and agrees to marry him.
Miss Pleasant Riderhood had some little position and connection in Limehouse Hole. Upon the smallest of small scales, she was an unlicensed pawnbroker, keeping what was popularly called a Leaving Shop, by lending insignificant sums on insignificant articles of property deposited with her as security.
In her four-and-twentieth year of life, Pleasant was already in her fifth year of this way of trade. Similarly, she found herself possessed of what is colloquially termed a swivel eye derived from her father , which she might perhaps have declined if her sentiments on the subject had been taken.
She was not otherwise positively ill-looking, though anxious, meagre, of a muddy complexion, and looking as old again as she really was. Riderhood later becomes a lock-keeper and tries to blackmail Bradley Headstone after Bradley tries to murder Eugene Wrayburn. In a quarrel both Riderhood and Headstone drown in the Thames.
Rogue is also the father of Pleasant Riderhood. Rigaud attempts to blackmail Mrs. Clennam and has her house fall on him for his efforts. When Monsieur Rigaud laughed, a change took place in his face, that was more remarkable than prepossessing. His moustache went up under his nose, and his nose came down over his moustache, in a very sinister and cruel manner.
A lady in our neighbourhood when we lived near Dawlish, I think her name was Rogers; indeed I am sure it was if it wasn't Murphy , which is the only doubt I have. Thirty at the utmost. An expressive, one might say handsome, face. A very bad manner.
In the last degree constrained, reserved, diffident, troubled. She marries Watt Rouncewell. A dark-eyed, dark-haired, shy, village beauty George ran away to join the army and cut himself off from his mother. After leaving the army George buys a shooting gallery in London with money borrowed from Smallweed.
Smallweed pressures George to give over examples of Capt Hawdon's handwriting in order to help Tulkinghorn learn Lady Dedlock's secret. George is charged with the murder of Tulkinghorn by Bucket. Later George is exonerated of the crime and is reunited with his mother. He is a swarthy brown man of fifty, well made, and good looking, with crisp dark hair, bright eyes, and a broad chest.
His sinewy and powerful hands, as sunburnt as his face, have evidently been used to a pretty rough life. What is curious about him is that he sits forward on his chair as if he were, from long habit, allowing space for some dress or accoutrements that he has altogether laid aside. His step too is measured and heavy and would go well with a weighty clash and jingle of spurs.
He is close-shaved now, but his mouth is set as if his upper lip had been for years familiar with a great moustache; and his manner of occasionally laying the open palm of his broad brown hand upon it is to the same effect.
Altogether one might guess Mr. George to have been a trooper once upon a time. Astley's , Leicester Square top. Bleak House An iron master and son of Mrs. Rouncewell , brother of Mr George , father of Watt. He is a little over fifty perhaps, of a good figure, like his mother, and has a clear voice, a broad forehead from which his dark hair has retired, and a shrewd though open face.
He is a responsible-looking gentleman dressed in black, portly enough, but strong and active. Has a perfectly natural and easy air and is not in the least embarrassed by the great presence into which he comes. Mother of George and another son who is an important ironmaster in northern England. She is rather deaf, which nothing will induce her to believe. She is a fine old lady, handsome, stately, wonderfully neat, and has such a back and such a stomacher that if her stays should turn out when she dies to have been a broad old-fashioned family fire-grate, nobody who knows her would have cause to be surprised.
Rouncewell , son of Rouncewell the iron master , and nephew of Mr. You are a fine young fellow. You are like your poor uncle George. He is later arrested and sentenced to death but gains reprieve through the help of Gabriel Varden. Bloomsbury , Newgate Prison , Westminster Bridge top. Barnaby Rudge Father of Barnaby and husband of Mary. He was the Steward at the Warren and murdered his employer, Reuben Haredale.
He went into hiding after the murder and resurfaces years later trying to extort money from his wife. He is finally captured by Geoffrey Haredale and executed at Newgate. He shows unconcern when his carriage runs over and kills the child of the Parisian peasant Gaspard.
Gaspard follows the Marquis to his country home and kills him in his bed. He was a man of about sixty, handsomely dressed, haughty in manner, and with a face like a fine mask. A face of a transparent paleness; every feature in it clearly defined; one set expression on it.
The nose, beautifully formed otherwise, was very slightly pinched at the top of each nostril. In those two compressions, or dints, the only little change that the face ever showed, resided.
They persisted in changing colour sometimes, and they would be occasionally dilated and contracted by something like a faint pulsation; then, they gave a look of treachery, and cruelty, to the whole countenance. Examined with attention, its capacity of helping such a look was to be found in the line of the mouth, and the lines of the orbits of the eyes, being much too horizontal and thin; still, in the effect of the face made, it was a handsome face, and a remarkable one.
She steals the locket and ring from Oliver's mother as she lays dying. She pawns the locket and as she is dying gives the pawn ticket to Mrs Corney. Sally Great Expectations Wife of Compeyson. Guy's Hospital , Lant Street top. He was a gaunt man in a huge straw hat, and a coat of green stuff.
The weather being hot, he had no cravat, and wore his shirt collar wide open; so that every time he spoke something was seen to twitch and jerk up in his throat, like the little hammers in a harpsichord when the notes are struck. Perhaps it was the Truth feebly endeavouring to leap to his lips. If so, it never reached them. With that side of his face he seemed to listen to what the other side was doing. Thus each profile had a distinct expression; and when the moveable side was most in action, the rigid one was in its coldest state of watchfulness.
It was like turning the man inside out, to pass to that view of his features in his liveliest mood, and see how calculating and intent they were.
Each long black hair upon his head hung down as straight as any plummet line, but rumpled tufts were on the arches of his eyes, as if the crow whose foot was deeply printed in the corners, had pecked and torn them in a savage recognition of his kindred nature as a bird of prey. Scadgers, Lady Hard Times Mrs. An immensely fat old woman, with an inordinate appetite for butcher's meat, and a mysterious leg which had now refused to get out of bed for fourteen years.
A white hat, and a red neckerchief, and a broad round face, and a large head. Tom has a penchant for standing on his head and walking on his hands. He later becomes a professional tumbler. But he was a tight-fisted hand at the grind-stone, Scrooge! Hard and sharp as flint, from which no steel had ever struck out generous fire; secret, and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster. The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes red, his thin lips blue; and spoke out shrewdly in his grating voice.
A frosty rime was on his head, and on his eyebrows, and his wiry chin. He carried his own low temperature always about with him; he iced his office in the dogdays; and didn't thaw it one degree at Christmas.
Bedlam , The City , Royal Exchange top. He was a limp, delicate-looking gentleman, I thought, with a good deal of nose, and a way of carrying his head on one side, as if it were a little too heavy for him.
His hair was very smooth and wavy; but I was informed by the very first boy who came back that it was a wig a second-hand one HE said , and that Mr. Sharp went out every Saturday afternoon to get it curled. A boarder at the Misses Nettingalls establishment.
She is a little girl, in a spencer, with a round face and curly flaxen hair. He uses Oliver in an attempt to burglarize the Maylie home. When Nancy tries to help Oliver she is found out by Fagin. Fagin relates the information to Sikes who murders Nancy. While fleeing police after the murder he accidentally hangs himself. He is accompanied by Bull's-Eye, his white shaggy dog with a face scratched and torn in twenty different places.
A stoutly-built fellow of about five-and-thirty, in a black velveteen coat, very soiled drab breeches, lace-up half boots, and grey cotton stockings which inclosed a bulky pair of legs, with large swelling calves;--the kind of legs, which in such costume, always look in an unfinished and incomplete state without a set of fetters to garnish them.
He had a brown hat on his head, and a dirty belcher handkerchief round his neck: He disclosed, when he had done so, a broad heavy countenance with a beard of three days' growth, and two scowling eyes; one of which displayed various parti-coloured symptoms of having been recently damaged by a blow. Jacob's Island , Smithfield top. A red-faced burly young fellow; smart in his way, and with a good-humoured countenance. He is revealed to be the brother of the grandfather and finds the pair shortly before his brother's death.
In the original serialization of the novel in Master Humphrey's Clock the Single Gentleman turns out to be the original narrator of the story, Master Humphrey. Expressed his personal consequence chiefly through an antique gold snuffbox, and a ponderous silk pocket-kerchief, which he had an imposing manner of drawing out of his pocket like a banner and using with both hands at once.
Sir Barnet's object in life was constantly to extend the range of his acquaintance. She has designs on Florence for her son. Dickens describes Mrs Skewton, in being dismantled for bed by her maid, taking off of paint, clothes, wig, etc as being tumbled into ruins like a house of painted cards.
Edith resents her mother who has packaged Edith to lure rich gentlemen from a child. The discrepancy between Mrs Skewton's fresh enthusiasm of words, and forlornly faded manner, was hardly less observable than that between her age, which was about seventy, and her dress, which would have been youthful for twenty-seven. Her attitude in the wheeled chair which she never varied was one in which she had been taken in a barouche, some fifty years before, by a then fashionable artist who had appended to his published sketch the name of Cleopatra: Mrs Skewton was a beauty then, and bucks threw wine-glasses over their heads by dozens in her honour.
The beauty and the barouche had both passed away, but she still preserved the attitude, and for this reason expressly, maintained the wheeled chair and the butting page: Skiffins, Miss Great Expectations Wemmick's particular friend. Wemmick later surprises Pip on an outing by suddenly "here's a church, lets go in" marrying Miss Skiffins. She might have been some two or three years younger than Wemmick, and I judged her to stand possessed of portable property. The cut of her dress from the waist upward, both before and behind, made her figure very like a boy's kite; and I might have pronounced her gown a little too decidedly orange, and her gloves a little too intensely green.
But she seemed to be a good sort of fellow, and showed a high regard for the Aged. I was not long in discovering that she was a frequent visitor at the Castle. An agent and accountant who helps Wemmick in aiding Pip to secretly set up Herbert Pocket in the shipping business with Clarriker.
Through this smooth act he manages to have everyone else pay his way through life. Dickens modeled Skimpole on Leigh Hunt, causing a stir among Hunt and his friends. He is a musical man, an amateur, but might have been a professional. He is an artist too, an amateur, but might have been a professional. He is a man of attainments and of captivating manners. He has been unfortunate in his affairs, and unfortunate in his pursuits, and unfortunate in his family; but he don't care--he's a child!
Bleak House Wife of Harold Skimpole who had once been a beauty but was now a delicate high-nosed invalid suffering under a complication of disorders.
Slackbridge Hard Times Trade-union agitator seeking to unionize the workers of Coketown. He was not so honest, he was not so manly, he was not so good-humoured; he substituted cunning for their simplicity, and passion for their safe solid sense. An ill-made, high-shouldered man, with lowering brows, and his features crushed into an habitually sour expression, he contrasted most unfavourably, even in his mongrel dress, with the great body of his hearers in their plain working clothes.
Bleak House Librarian with high connexion. Hard Times Proprietor of Sleary's Circus. Speaks with a lisp "People mutht be amuthed". He helps Tom Gradgrind escape abroad after the bank robbery. A stout man as already mentioned, with one fixed eye, and one loose eye, a voice if it can be called so like the efforts of a broken old pair of bellows, a flabby surface, and a muddled head which was never sober and never drunk Sleary , she marries E.
A pretty fair-haired girl of eighteen, who had been tied on a horse at two years old, and had made a will at twelve, which she always carried about with her, expressive of her dying desire to be drawn to the grave by the two piebald ponies. Peg is jealous when Gride plans to marry the much younger Madeline Bray. Peg steals documents relating to Madeline's inheritance which are recovered and help undo Gride.
For the theft Peg is transported. A short, thin, weasen, blear-eyed old woman, palsy-stricken and hideously ugly. Sloppy is taken in by the Boffins and helps expose the rascal Silas Wegg. He later becomes a carpenter. A very long boy, with a very little head A love-child, parents never known; found in the street. When he dies Mr Bumble takes his position.
He defeats the Buff candidate, Horatio Fitzkin. Later a London police officer. His sharp features being much pinched and nipped by long waiting in the cold, and his straggling red whiskers and frowzy hair being more than usually dishevelled from the same cause, he certainly looked rather unwholesome and uncomfortable than Shakspearian or Miltonic Whether Young Smallweed metaphorically called Small and eke Chick Weed, as it were jocularly to express a fledgling was ever a boy is much doubted in Lincoln's Inn.
He is now something under fifteen and an old limb of the law. He is facetiously understood to entertain a passion for a lady at a cigar-shop in the neighbourhood of Chancery Lane and for her sake to have broken off a contract with another lady, to whom he had been engaged some years. He is a town-made article, of small stature and weazen features, but may be perceived from a considerable distance by means of his very tall hat.
To become a Guppy is the object of his ambition. He dresses at that gentleman by whom he is patronized , talks at him, walks at him, founds himself entirely on him. He is honoured with Mr. Guppy's particular confidence and occasionally advises him, from the deep wells of his experience, on difficult points in private life.
Smallweed uses this leverage to obtain from George a sample of Captain Hawdon's handwriting in an attempt to help Tulkinghorn learn Lady Dedlock's secret. He is in a helpless condition as to his lower, and nearly so as to his upper, limbs, but his mind is unimpaired
Carker, James (Dombey and Son) PIX Opportunistic manager at Dombey and Son. Brother of John and Harriet Carker, he elopes with Dombey's wife and is later killed when struck by a train. A gentleman thirty-eight or forty years old, of a florid complexion, and with two unbroken rows of glistening teeth, whose regularity and whiteness were quite distressing. year-old, single black master, on the road again, and looking for a horny MILF white woman to enjoy some fun times with. Rachael (Hard Times) Friend of Stephen Blackpool, who loves her but cannot gain release from his drunken pinkideachampagne.com defends Stephen when he is accused of theft from the bank. A quiet oval face, dark and rather delicate, irradiated by a pair of very gentle eyes, and further set off by the perfect order of her shining black hair.