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"Captivating Moments Unveiled: A Glimpse into the World of Novels" In PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894, Elizabeth Bennet finds herself eavesdropping on Mr

Background imageNovel Collection: PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. Elizabeth Bennet overhears Mr Darcy at the Ball

PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. Elizabeth Bennet overhears Mr Darcy at the Ball. Illustration by Hugh Thomson from the 1894 edition of Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice, originally published in 1813

Background imageNovel Collection: Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild

Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild
Rothschild broke in and trained several zebras to pull a trap, which he memorably used to visit Buckingham Palace in 1898 Date: 1898

Background imageNovel Collection: AUSTEN: PERSUASION. Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own

AUSTEN: PERSUASION. Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1898 edition of Jane Austens Persuasion, first published in 1817

Background imageNovel Collection: VERNE: 20, 000 LEAGUES. Only one of its arms wriggled in the air, brandishing the

VERNE: 20, 000 LEAGUES. Only one of its arms wriggled in the air, brandishing the victim like a feather. One of Captain Nemos sailors seized by a giant cuttlefish

Background imageNovel Collection: The Hunchback of Notre Dame engraving 1888

The Hunchback of Notre Dame engraving 1888
The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Background imageNovel Collection: AUSTEN: PERSUASION, 1898. Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own

AUSTEN: PERSUASION, 1898. Looking on her with a face as pallid as her own. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1898 edition of Jane Austens Persuasion, first published in 1817

Background imageNovel Collection: JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI. Niou-no-miya and the sixth daughter of Prince Genji shown

JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI. Niou-no-miya and the sixth daughter of Prince Genji shown on their wedding night in a scene from the Tale of Genji. Scroll drawing, Japanese, 12th century

Background imageNovel Collection: PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1894 edition of Jane Austens novel Pride

PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1894 edition of Jane Austens novel Pride and Prejudice, first published in 1813

Background imageNovel Collection: AUSTEN: PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Mrs. Long and her nieces

AUSTEN: PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Mrs. Long and her nieces. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1894 edition of Jane Austens novel Pride and Prejudice, first published in 1813

Background imageNovel Collection: DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had

DODGSON: LOOKING GLASS. In another moment Alice was through the glass, and had jumped lightly down into the Looking-glass room

Background imageNovel Collection: Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens A

Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
CHRISTMAS CAROL. Bob Cratchits Christmas Dinner. After a drawing by Edwin Austin Abbey for Charles Dickens " A Christmas Carol."

Background imageNovel Collection: DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD. Our housekeeping

DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD. Our housekeeping. Illustration by Hablot Knight Browne from the first edition of David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens, 1850

Background imageNovel Collection: AUSTEN: EMMA, 1896. He stopped to look the question

AUSTEN: EMMA, 1896. He stopped to look the question. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1896 edition of Jane Austens Emma, first published in 1815

Background imageNovel Collection: PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. She wanted to compose her own feelings and to make herself

PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894. She wanted to compose her own feelings and to make herself agreeable to all. Elizabeth Bennet entertaining Mr. Darcy, his sister, and Mr. Bingley

Background imageNovel Collection: Utopiae Insulae Figura (Map of the New Island of Utopia

Utopiae Insulae Figura (Map of the New Island of Utopia
5615728 Utopiae Insulae Figura (Map of the New Island of Utopia) from the 1516 first edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535)

Background imageNovel Collection: AUSTEN: PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Mrs. Long and her nieces

AUSTEN: PRIDE & PREJUDICE. Mrs. Long and her nieces. Illustration by Hugh Thomson for an 1894 edition of Jane Austens novel Pride and Prejudice, first published in 1813

Background imageNovel Collection: DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD. I make myself known to my aunt

DICKENS: DAVID COPPERFIELD. I make myself known to my aunt. Wood engraving from a 19th-century American edition of Charles Dickens David Copperfield

Background imageNovel Collection: REMARQUE: ALL QUIET, 1929. Illustration by Charles Keeping, from a 1966 edition

REMARQUE: ALL QUIET, 1929. Illustration by Charles Keeping, from a 1966 edition of All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

Background imageNovel Collection: Front jacket cover, 1949, for the first US edition of George Orwells novel Nineteen Eighty-Four

Front jacket cover, 1949, for the first US edition of George Orwells novel Nineteen Eighty-Four
ORWELL: COVER OF 1984. Front jacket cover, 1949, for the first US edition of George Orwells novel Nineteen Eighty-Four

Background imageNovel Collection: View of the Tower of London in 1553 (engraving)

View of the Tower of London in 1553 (engraving)
5224947 View of the Tower of London in 1553 (engraving) by Cruikshank, George (1792-1878); Private Collection; (add.info.: View of the Tower of London in 1553)

Background imageNovel Collection: Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535

Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535
5615729 Woodcut from 1518 third edition of Utopia by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535) published in Basel showing the author conversing with the protagonist Raphael Hythloday about the ideal society he

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (engraving)

Illustration for Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (engraving)
5220415 Illustration for Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (engraving) by Fraser, Francis Arthur (1846-1924); Private Collection; (add.info.: " We found the aged heating the poker)

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (colour litho)

Illustration for Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (colour litho)
5210455 Illustration for Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (colour litho) by Mills, Arthur Wallis (1878-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: Catherine went every five minutes to the clock)

Background imageNovel Collection: Japanese scroll painting of a scene from the Yadorigi chapter of Lady Murasakis The Tale of Genji

Japanese scroll painting of a scene from the Yadorigi chapter of Lady Murasakis The Tale of Genji
JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI. Japanese scroll painting of a scene from the Yadorigi chapter of Lady Murasakis The Tale of Genji. Heian Period, 12th century, Tokyo

Background imageNovel Collection: Book Cafe

Book Cafe
Jukyong Park

Background imageNovel Collection: Book Cafe

Book Cafe
Jukyong Park

Background imageNovel Collection: PEREZ DE HITA, Gines (1544-1619). Spanish Golden Age writer. Cover of the book 'Historia de los

PEREZ DE HITA, Gines (1544-1619). Spanish Golden Age writer. Cover of the book "Historia de los bandos de los
CUL4869115 PEREZ DE HITA, Gines (1544-1619). Spanish Golden Age writer. Cover of the book "Historia de los bandos de los zegries y abencerrajes, caballeros moros de Granada

Background imageNovel Collection: Esmeralda to be hanged before Notre Dame, 1844 (engraving)

Esmeralda to be hanged before Notre Dame, 1844 (engraving)
2756745 Esmeralda to be hanged before Notre Dame, 1844 (engraving); (add.info.: Esmeralda to be hanged before Notre Dame (Book VIII, Chapt. VI)

Background imageNovel Collection: Spilled Letters

Spilled Letters
Spilled letters in hands of a writer, flat lay with hands, creative workplace. Dina Belenko

Background imageNovel Collection: Beata solitudo

Beata solitudo
Marco Bizziocchi

Background imageNovel Collection: Childrens Author Enid Blyton watches the auditions today

Childrens Author Enid Blyton watches the auditions today, as young actors and actresses try their best to secure major roles in the production of Noddy in Toyland this Christmas

Background imageNovel Collection: Childrens Author Enid Blyton opens a Church Army Bazaar in England

Childrens Author Enid Blyton opens a Church Army Bazaar in England. A lady queues up for Enid to autograph her copy of her " A Childrens Life of Christ"

Background imageNovel Collection: Childrens Author Enid Blyton with 13-year-old Colin Spaull

Childrens Author Enid Blyton with 13-year-old Colin Spaull and 15-year-old Gloria Johnson, who have passed todays auditions and are to play Noddy

Background imageNovel Collection: Enid Blyton went along to The Scala Theatre to choose Londons youngest leading man

Enid Blyton went along to The Scala Theatre to choose Londons youngest leading man. She watched scores of boys sing a song and recite a piece of dialogue

Background imageNovel Collection: Enid Blyton went along to The Scala Theatre to choose Londons youngest leading man

Enid Blyton went along to The Scala Theatre to choose Londons youngest leading man. She watched scores of boys sing a song and recite a piece of dialogue

Background imageNovel Collection: Pete Townshend, former guitarist with British rock group The Who

Pete Townshend, former guitarist with British rock group The Who, pictured at the offices of his publishers with his latest book to celebrate his 40th birthday. 21st May 1985

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (colour litho)

Illustration for Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (colour litho)
5222780 Illustration for Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (colour litho) by Tennant, C. Dudley (1867-1952) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Oliver recaptured by Nancy and Bill Sikes)

Background imageNovel Collection: Wat I've felt, what I've known

Wat I've felt, what I've known
Charlaine Gerber

Background imageNovel Collection: Charlotte Bronte (litho)

Charlotte Bronte (litho)
5219550 Charlotte Bronte (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charlotte Bronte. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Women (Halcyon House)

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho)

Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho)
5209004 Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho) by Cowper, Max (1860-1911); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dolly gives Foe a timind glance)

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (colour litho)

Illustration for Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (colour litho)
5225017 Illustration for Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (colour litho) by Micklewright, G.P. (1893-1951); Private Collection; (add.info.: Then he hesitated)

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (colour litho)

Illustration for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (colour litho)
5221935 Illustration for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (colour litho) by Wulff, Max (1871-1947); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustration for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte)

Background imageNovel Collection: Jonathan Swift (litho)

Jonathan Swift (litho)
5219534 Jonathan Swift (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jonathan Swift. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (Blue Ribbon)

Background imageNovel Collection: Charles Dickens (litho)

Charles Dickens (litho)
5219525 Charles Dickens (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Dickens. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (Blue Ribbon)

Background imageNovel Collection: Leo Tolstoy (litho)

Leo Tolstoy (litho)
5219523 Leo Tolstoy (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Leo Tolstoy. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (Blue Ribbon)

Background imageNovel Collection: Thomas Hardy (litho)

Thomas Hardy (litho)
5219518 Thomas Hardy (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Thomas Hardy. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (Blue Ribbon)

Background imageNovel Collection: Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho)

Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho)
5209010 Illustration for Barnaby Rudge by Charles Dickens (litho) by Cowper, Max (1860-1911); Private Collection; (add.info.: Barnaby and his Raven, Grip)

Background imageNovel Collection: Rabelais (litho)

Rabelais (litho)
5219537 Rabelais (litho) by Ross, Gordon (1872-1946); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rabelais. Illustration for Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (Blue Ribbon, 1943).); © Look and Learn



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"Captivating Moments Unveiled: A Glimpse into the World of Novels" In PRIDE & PREJUDICE, 1894, Elizabeth Bennet finds herself eavesdropping on Mr. Darcy's conversation at the grand Ball, igniting a spark of curiosity. Lord Walter Rothschild sets an intriguing trap with zebra-drawn patterns, captivating all who dare to venture near. AUSTEN: PERSUASION paints a haunting image as someone gazes upon another with a face as pale as their own, revealing hidden emotions and secrets. VERNE: 20, 000 LEAGUES takes us deep beneath the ocean's surface where only one arm wriggles in the air menacingly - a mysterious creature lurking in the depths. AUSTEN: PERSUASION transports us back to 1898 when two souls lock eyes, their pallid faces mirroring each other's anguish and longing for something more profound. The JAPAN: TALE OF GENJI unveils Niou-no-miya entwined with Prince Genji's sixth daughter - forbidden love blossoming amidst societal constraints and expectations. PRIDE & PREJUDICE introduces Mrs. Long and her nieces; characters that add depth to Austen's enchanting tale of love and social conventions. Hugh Thomson's illustrations in PRIDE & PREJUDICE (1894) bring Jane Austen's words to life, capturing every nuance of emotion within its pages. Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner from Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is depicted by Edwin Austin Abbey; it showcases warmth and compassion even during challenging times. Sir Thomas More presents Utopia through woodcuts in his third edition from 1518 - offering readers an escape into an idealized world filled with hope and harmony. EMMA (1896) by Austen unravels a moment frozen in time as a character pauses, contemplating the question that could change their fate forever.