Dombey and Son Picture Scramble

“They were the strangest pair at such a time that ever firelight shone upon. Mr. Dombey so erect and solemn, gazing at the blare; his little image, with an old, old face, peering into the red perspective with the fixed and rapt attention of a sage.”

Press the shuffle button and watch the picture become scrambled.  See if you can put it back together.  Click a piece next to the blank space and watch it move into the blank space.


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Shuffle, then click to move the pieces

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Dombey and Son Characters

This list of Dombey and Son characters is presented in alphabetical order and includes Captain Cuttle, Florence Dombey and more.
Dombey and Son

Dombey and Son

If Dombey and Son, Dickens's seventh novel, were written today people would say that it deals with the topic of feminism. Why? The focus of the novel is on what happens when Dombey has a daughter instead of the desired son.