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George Cattermole

Illustrator

(1800 - 1868)

George Cattermole

George Cattermole was an English painter and illustrator, chiefly in watercolors. He was a friend of Charles Dickens.



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Barnaby Rudge (1841)

An historical novel about the anti-Catholic Gordon Riots of 1780. Barnaby’s raven Grip inspired Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven. Read online at archive.org: Volume 1, and Volume 2, and Volume 3.

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Master Humphrey’s Clock (1840)

Master Humphrey’s Clock was begun as a weekly miscellany, but sales fell so much Dickens began the serialization of The Old Curiosity Shop in the fourth number. It was followed by Barnaby Rudge. In addition to weekly and monthly numbers, the final work was published in three volumes and the two novels in separate volumes (but retaining their original pagination). Read online at archive.org: Volume 1, and Volume 2, and Volume 3.

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The Old Curiosity Shop (1841)

Her grandfather having gambled away all his property and suffered a debilitating stroke, Little Nell flees with him to the English heartland. Read online at archive.org.

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