"Tess flung herself upon the undergrowth of rustling spear-grass as upon a bed" by E. Borough Johnson. Plate 11 from the serialisation of Thomas Hardy's Tess; [Tess solo in Ophelia pose, after she has promised to give Angel an answer to his proposal]. P. 330, bottom of column 2 (towards the end of Ch. XXVII, the picture appearing above the start of Ch. XXVI) half-page, horizontal: 16 cm high x 22.5 cm wide.

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