Seymour Lucas

Illustrations by Seymour Lucas



Andtherethegraphic589 And there in the quiet light of the June evening I knelt in the chancel upon the rushes that strewed the grave of my father and my mother, and sent my spirit up towards them in the place of their eternal rest, and to the God who guards them. Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1250. 11 November 1893
Fromthethegraphic9 From the window of the room wherein I write I can see the peaceful valley of the Waveney. Beyond its stream are the common lands golden with gorse, the ruined castle, and the red roofs of Bungay town gathered about the tower of St. Mary’s Church. Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1231. 1 July 1893
Shethoughtthegraphic133 She thought a while, then drew off her cloak, displaying the robes of a nun. . Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1235. 29 July 1893
Soithegraphic73 So I went and waited under the beech with a beating heart, and presently Lily glided up to me. Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1233. 15 July 1893

Ifthethegraphic41 ‘If the señor will graciously express his wish in Spanish,’ I said, speaking in that language, ‘it may be in my power to help him’. Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1232. 8 July 1893
Thesearethegraphic105 ‘These are the records,’ he said, ‘though none can read them except myself'. Montezuma's Daughter. The Graphic, vol. 48, no. 1234. 22 July 1893