"What are you digging up my ivy for?"
William Hatherell, illustrator
A. Hayman, engraver of the half-tone plate
16.2 cm high by 10.5 cm wide
From Thomas Hardy's "Enter a Dragoon" in Harper's Monthly Magazine (December 1890): 35 (whole page, facing the last page of text)
Moment realized: the two "widows" and children of the Dragoon Sergeant-Major Clarke meet by accident at his grave in the military cemetery at Casterbridge.
Scanned image, caption, and commentary by Philip V. Allingham
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