‘Harry’, she said, ‘There is nothing wrong between you and Florence?’
Mary Ellen Edwards
Wood engraving by Horace Harral
6 x 4 inches
Illustration for Anthony Trollope’sThe Clavverings, The Cornhill Magazine, September 1866, facing p.257.
Harry’s preference for Julia over Florence is in the process of being revealed, here exposed under the pressure of gentle interrogation.
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