The three o'clock sun shone full upon him . . .
E. Borough Johnson
4 November: p. 573
The full caption: “The three o'clock sun shone full upon him, and the strange enervating conviction which had been gaining ground in Tess ever since she had heard his words distinctly, was at last established as a fact indeed. The preacher was Alec D'Urberville."
Plate 7 from the illustrated serialisation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the Durbervilles. Three-quarter page illustration with text below: 25 cm high x 18 cm wide. p. 577, bottom of column 1 (end of Ch. XLIV and of 18th instalment)
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