Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

By Allston Mitchell, January 28, 2015

Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

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Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

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Novelist Thomas Hardy’s neighbor apparently possessed a First Folio. ‘Mr de Lafontaine, my neighbour in Dorset,’ he wrote to Sidney Lee, ‘is the fortunate possessor of a 1st Folio Shakespeare, which he would like to show you.’ Library of Congress

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