The illustrations for Under the Greenwood Tree, The Hand of Ethelberta: A comedy in chapters, Wessex Tales, and A Laodicean: A story of to-day appear courtesy of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto. The illustration for the final volume is a photograph by Herman Lea.
Hardy's Wessex Novels in the Osgood, McIlvaine Complete Edition (1894-97)
- The Frontispieces
- Henry Macbeth-Raeburn, 1860-1947 — bibliographical introduction
- Thomas Hardy, A Portrait.
- Thomas Hardy's Wessex, A Map.
- Wellbridge Manor House in vol. 1, Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
- The Weatherbury of the Story in vol. 2, Far from the Madding Crowd.
- The High Street — Casterbridge in vol. 3, The Mayor of Casterbridge.
- The "Castle Boterel" of the Story in vol. 4, A Pair of Blue Eyes.
- The "Welland House and Park" of the Story in vol. 5, Two on a Tower.
- Egdon Heath in vol. 6, The Return of the Native.
- The Road to Little Hintock in vol. 7, The Woodlanders.
- Christminster in vol. 8, Jude The Obscure.
- The "Budmouth Harbour" of the Story in vol. 9, The Trumpet-Major John Loveday A Soldier in the War With Buonaparte and Robert His Brother First Mate in the Merchant Service.
- Corvsgate Castle in vol. 10, The Hand of Ethelberta: A comedy in chapters.
- De Stancy Castle in vol. 11, A Laodicean.
- Knapwater House in vol. 12, Desperate Remedies.
- The Cottage at Higher Crowstairs in vol. 13, Wessex Tales.
- A View in "Melchester" in vol. 14, Life's Little Ironies, a Set of Tales with Some Colloquial Sketches Entitled "A Few Crusted Characters."
- King's-Hintock Court in vol. 15, A Group of Noble Dames.
- Mellstock Church in vol. 16, Under the Greenwood Tree.
- The "Isle" of the Story in vol. 17, The Well Beloved; A Sketch of a Temperament.
- The Castle of Mai-Dun in vol. 18, "A Changed Man." "The Waiting Supper" and Other Tales. Concluding with "The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid." (1913)
- Several of the Uniform Edition Volumes in the eighteen-volume set.
- The Novels of Thomas Hardy
- Why do Hardy's novels often have illustrations in periodical but not book form?
- Mrs Agatha Thornycraft — A Visual Inspiration for Hardy's Tess
- Thomas Hardy's Pictorial Imagination and The Mayor of Casterbridge
- Hardy, Dickens, Serialisation, and Illustration
- A new book on Hardy and book illustration by Philip Allingham
- Book Illustration in the Victorian Period: Great Britain and America
A Thomas Hardy Gallery
- Mr. Thomas Hardy, The Novelist by Wheeler of Weymouth, 1892
- Portrait by Reginald Eves, R. A., 1923
- Places Important in His Life and Writings (70 photographs)
Additional Resources on Hardy's Short Stories
Gatrell, Simon. Hardy the Creator: A Textual Biography. Oxford: Clarendon, 1988.
Jackson, Arlene M. Illustration and the Novels of Thomas Hardy. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield, 1981.
Millgate, Michael. Thomas Hardy: A Biography Revisited. Oxford: Oxford U. P., 2004.
Pinion, F. B. A Hardy Companion. Trowbridge, Wiltshire: Macmillan, 1968.
Purdy, Richard L. Thomas Hardy: A Bibliographical Study. Oxford: Clarendon, 1954, rpt. 1978.
Ray, Martin. Thomas Hardy: A Textual Study of the Short Stories. London: Ashgate, 1988.
Seymour-Smith, Martin. Hardy. London: Bloomsbury, 1994.
Turner, Paul. The Life of Thomas Hardy. A Critical Biography. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.
Vann, J. Don. Victorian Novels in Serial. New York: Modern Language Association, 1985.
Wright, Sarah Bird. Thomas Hardy A to Z: The Essential Reference to His Life and Work. New York: Facts on File, 2002.
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