Natalie Kopp, Nos. VIII-X, First Book: Poverty, Chapters 26-36

Natalie Kopp

Natalie Kopp

Natalie Kopp graduated with a degree in English from St. Olaf College in 2016 and is currently working as a tutor in Columbus, Ohio. She first fell in love with Victorian literature in a bookstore, when picking up a copy of A Tale of Two Cities and reading the dramatic 118-word first sentence about living in a world that is both horrible and wonderful (“It was the best of times…”). Thanks to Jon Varese and his essay competition, Natalie first came to the Dickens Universe in 2012 and has returned four times since.


Chapters 26-29 Illustrations

Five and Twenty. Illustration by Phiz.

Five and Twenty. Illustration by Phiz.

Floating Away. Illustration by Phiz.

Floating Away. Illustration by Phiz.

Chapters 30-32 Illustrations

Mr. Flintwinch has a Mild Attack of Irritability. Illustration by Phiz.

Mr. Flintwinch has a Mild Attack of Irritability. Illustration by Phiz.

The Pensioner Entertainment. Illustration by Phiz.

The Pensioner Entertainment. Illustration by Phiz.

Chapters 33-36 Illustrations

Society Expresses its Views on a Question of Marriage. Illustration by Phiz.

Society Expresses its Views on a Question of Marriage. Illustration by Phiz.

The Marshalsea becomes an Orphan. Illustration by Phiz.

The Marshalsea becomes an Orphan. Illustration by Phiz.

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