A novel by Charles Dickens first published in serial form 1855 and 1857. The title character is the daughter of a man imprisioned in Marshalsea prison for debt.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
George Inn - Historic Southwark
In the courtyard at the rear of this building is The George - London's only g...
Marshalsea 1 - stone - round
Quoted from Chapter 3 of Little Dorrit.
Marshalsea 2 - steel
The plaque refers to 'wall mounted artworks' but we did not see any on our vi...
Marshalsea 3 - stone - Little Dorrit
The heroine of Dickens' novel Little Dorrit was one resident who was not a pr...
Marshalsea Prison - garden
Marshalsea Prison Beyond this old wall is the site of the old Marshalsea Pris...
C. B. Fry
Sportsman and journalist. Born Charles Burgess Fry in Croydon. Primarily his sport was cricket, but he was also an athlete and played in a football cup final. He taught at Charterhouse School and p...
Writer and physician. Born France, between 1483 and 1494, but probably November 1494. Became a monk and studied Latin and Greek, then left to study medicine. Died Paris.
Person, Literature, Medicine, Politics & Administration, Religion, France
Novelist and poet. Born Yorkshire. Youngest member of the Bonte literary family. Novels: 'Agnes Grey', 'Tenant of Wildfell Hall'. See Charlotte Brontë for more.
Writer. Born 11 Hillfield Road, West Hampstead. Wrote "Decline and Fall", "Brideshead Revisited". And we have to tell you the strange but true fact that Waugh's first wife's name was also Evelyn....
Author and filmmaker. Born in the former Czechoslovakia. Co-author of 'Prague in the Shadow of the Swastika', 'Prague; The Turbulent Century' and 'Prague 1900 - 2000'. He made the television series...