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C. E. Brock - Pride and Prejudice, Dent 1907 - Mollands

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William was often called on by his uncle to be the talker, Mansfield Park watercolor Illustrations by C. E. Brock.

Mansfield Park watercolor Illustrations by C. Brock: "William was often called on by his uncle to be the talker"

A charming game with a litter of puppies - Northanger Abbey, 1907

A charming game with a litter of puppies - Northanger Abbey, by Charles Edmund Brock.

C.E. Brock watercolor Illustration from Persuasion by Jane Austen. "In spite of the formidable father and sister in the background" ~ Volume II, Chapter VIII (20)

persuasionperfection: In spite of the formidable father ad sister in the background CE Brock watercolor Illustration Persuasion, Jane Austen

"You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you." | Mr. Darcy & Elizabeth | Pride and Prejudice book illustration

"You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you" / Pride and Prejudice quotes

"It would give me the greatest pleasure; but that I am at this moment going to dance." Tom avoids a card game by asking Fanny to dance, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen

Verger illustration essay of the best quality Le Guin Beyond Genre: enough stories were in inventory, and enough paper was available, only after numerous failed attempts to make the world right.

An illustration by John Proctor in an 1887 edition of Pride and Prejudice.

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An illustration by John Proctor in an 1887 edition of Pride and Prejudice.

sense and sensibility illustrations | Sense and Sensibility

Sense And Sensibility - Why was he to ruin himself and their poor little Harry Charles Brock

Charles E. Brock - illustrator for Jane Austin novels. This is a scene from Emma, one of my favorites.

Jane Austen Illustrator C.E. Brock and his Equally Talented Brother, H.M. Brock

Jane Austen Illustrator C. Brock and his Equally Talented Brother, H. Brock « Jane Austen's World

Illustration by Charles Edmund Brock for Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey (edition published in 1907 by J.M. Dent)

Catherine pays "anxious attentions to the weather" in waiting for a walk with the Tilneys. Illustration by Charles Edmund Brock for Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey (edition published in 1907 by J.

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