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First published in Germany in , Reinhard's novel was "written in the sanctimonious tones of social protest but featuring male and female warders flagellating their female charges" Shorter p. Description Octavo.
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Who is the Artist? Carrington, references them as by German Artists familiar with the costumes and customs of the time. I wonder if they were originally illustrations for the first German edition, but I cannot find a copy to reference. Any ideas please complete a contact sheet.
Nell in Bridewell.