Illustrations to Hardy's Short Fiction

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The Short Fiction
(In the order of publication)
The Adventures of a Milkmaid
The 4 Illustrations by C. S. Reinhart
for the story in The Graphic, 1883.
A Tragedy of Two Ambitions
The 6 illustrations by George Lambert for
the story in The Universal Review, 1888
The First Countess of Wessex
Parsons and Reinhart's 8 illustrations for
Harper's New Momthly Magazine, 1889
A Few Crusted Characters
Headpiece by Parsons and 7 plates by Green
in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1891
To Please His Wife
The 3 illustrations by W. Hennessey
for the story in Black and White, 1891.
On the Western Circuit
The 5 illustrations by Paget and Smedley for
the English Illustrated Magazine, 1891.
The Son's Veto
The 2 illustrations by A. Forestier for
the Illustrated London News, 1891.
Master John Horseleigh
The 5 illustrations by W.B. Wollen for
the Illustrated London News, 1893.
An Imaginative Woman
The 8 illustrations by Arthur J. Goodman for
the story in The Pall Mall Magazine, 1894.
A Committee-Man
The 3 illustrations by H. Burgess for
the Illustrated London News, 1896.
The Grave by the Handpost
The 4 illustrations by George M. Patterson
for the story in St James's Budget, 1897
A Changed Man
The 2 illustrations by Archibald S. Hartrick
for the story in The Sphere, 1900
A Mere Interlude
The 6 illustrations by Gordon Browne
for the story in The London Magazine, 1903

Illustration from 'The First Coutess Of Wessex'
From "The First Countess of Wessex"

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