[Roger visits the graves of his parents]

Harry C. Edwards

July 1893

Wood engraving

10 cm. by 5.5 cm.

Thomas Hardy's "Mastr John Horseleigh, Knyght" McClure's Magazine (New York) 1 (July 1893): 138.

A downcast Roger, recently returned from the Newfoundland trade, visits the graves of his parents. That they have died in the interim and that Edith, left a widow, has been courted and married by a member of the governing class, are coincidences crucial to the story's plot.

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