Little Dorrit (1857)
by Charles Dickens, illustrated by Hablot Knight Browne
25733Little Dorrit1857Charles John Huffam Dickens



Fanny and Little Dorrit call on Mrs Merdle







  1. Sun and Shadow
  2. Fellow Travellers
  3. Home
  4. Mrs Flintwinch has a Dream
  5. Family Affairs
  6. The Father of the Marshalsea
  7. The Child of the Marshalsea
  8. The Lock
  9. Little Mother
  10. Containing the whole Science of Government
  11. Let Loose
  12. Bleeding Heart Yard
  13. Patriarchal
  14. Little Dorrit’s Party
  15. Mrs Flintwinch has another Dream
  16. Nobody’s Weakness
  17. Nobody’s Rival
  18. Little Dorrit’s Lover
  19. The Father of the Marshalsea in two or three Relations
  20. Moving in Society
  21. Mr Merdle’s Complaint
  22. A Puzzle
  23. Machinery in Motion
  24. Fortune-Telling
  25. Conspirators and Others
  26. Nobody’s State of Mind
  27. Five-and-Twenty
  28. Nobody’s Disappearance
  29. Mrs Flintwinch goes on Dreaming
  30. The Word of a Gentleman
  31. Spirit
  32. More Fortune-Telling
  33. Mrs Merdle’s Complaint
  34. A Shoal of Barnacles
  35. What was behind Mr Pancks on Little Dorrit’s Hand
  36. The Marshalsea becomes an Orphan


  1. Fellow Travellers
  2. Mrs General
  3. On the Road
  4. A Letter from Little Dorrit
  5. Something Wrong Somewhere
  6. Something Right Somewhere
  7. Mostly, Prunes and Prism
  8. The Dowager Mrs Gowan is reminded that ‘It Never Does’
  9. Appearance and Disappearance
  10. The Dreams of Mrs Flintwinch thicken
  11. A Letter from Little Dorrit
  12. In which a Great Patriotic Conference is holden
  13. The Progress of an Epidemic
  14. Taking Advice
  15. No just Cause or Impediment why these Two Persons
  16. Getting on
  17. Missing
  18. A Castle in the Air
  19. The Storming of the Castle in the Air
  20. Introduces the next
  21. The History of a Self-Tormentor
  22. Who passes by this Road so late?
  23. Mistress Affery makes a Conditional Promise
  24. The Evening of a Long Day
  25. The Chief Butler Resigns the Seals of Office
  26. Reaping the Whirlwind
  27. The Pupil of the Marshalsea
  28. An Appearance in the Marshalsea
  29. A Plea in the Marshalsea
  30. Closing in
  31. Closed
  32. Going
  33. Going!
  34. Gone


This work was published before January 1, 1929, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

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