On this reading I felt very let down by the illustrations for the Folio edition, which I picked up recently for a pound. I've known Charles Keeping's work since I read Rosemary Sutcliff's books as a child and the image below shrieks '1960s!' at me.
Now here's Keeping's drawing of Wemmick's house for Great Expectations.
Wrong! And wrong again. All the pictures seem feeble to me and add nothing to the reading of the book, whereas the illustrations for say, Knight's Fee (Sutcliff) are inseperable from my memories of the book. Disappointing but perhaps it just shows how important illustrations are for children's books? Narnia/Pauline Baynes; Ransome/Ransome; Ballet Shoes/Ruth Gervis; Alice/Tenniel; Molesworth/Searle: hard to imagine one without the other.