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Choose from 378 pictures in our Literature collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Mr Fezziwig's Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London Featured Literature Print

Mr Fezziwig's Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London

Mr Fezziwig's Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London, 1843). This novella was the earliest and most popular of Dickens' Christmas stories. Scene from the end of the book shows jollity and bonhomie, with fiddler (violinist) playing for dancers. Kissing under mistletoe, left, and evergreen decoration hanging from ceiling are vestiges of pre-Christian winter rites

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Chowles the coffin maker and Judith Malmayns the plague nurse, dying with their stolen Featured Literature Print

Chowles the coffin maker and Judith Malmayns the plague nurse, dying with their stolen

Chowles the coffin maker and Judith Malmayns the plague nurse, dying with their stolen treasure as they are overcome by smoke and molten lead from the burning Old Saint Paul's. Illustration by John Franklin (active 1800-1861) for William Harrison Ainsworth Old Saint Paul's, London 1855 (first published 1841). Engraving

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William Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing, play first performed c1598. Dogberry Featured Literature Print

William Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing, play first performed c1598. Dogberry

William Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing, play first performed c1598. Dogberry, Constable of the watch, instructing his clerk to write down replies given by Conrade and Borachio: Act 4 Sc 2. There is evidence that the part of Dogberry was written for the Elizabethan comedian William Kemp or Kempe (d1603). Chromolithograph after illustration by Robert Dudley (fl1858-93) for edition of Shakespeare's works published London 1856-1858

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