Bleak House Picture Scramble
“No, my young friend,” says Chadband smoothly, “I will not let you alone. And why? Because I am a harvest-labourer, because I am a toiler and a moiler, because you are delivered over unto me and are become as a precious instrument in my hands. My friends, may I so employ this instrument as to use it to your advantage, to your profit, to your gain, to your welfare, to your enrichment! My young friend, sit upon this stool.”
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More About Bleak House
Collection of Quotations from Bleak House
Character List for Bleak House
This list of characters from Bleak House is presented in alphabetical order. The list includes Richard Carstone, Captain Hawdon, Tulkinghorn and more.
Bleak House dramatizes the flaws in the British Court of Chancery. The novel also has the odd distinction of being perhaps the only work of classic literature featuring a character who dies by spontaneous combustion.