H. Rider Haggard's domestic fiction Joan Haste
recounts the troubled love affair between illegitimate and lower class Joan and the noble Sir Henry Graves. JH
> was serialized in the Pall Mall Magazine
from September 1894 to July 1895. Longmans, Green, and Co., London, published the first edition on 12 August 1895, which was accompanied by 20 full-page illustrations by F.S. Wilson
. Longmans printed 10,000 copies for this issue. Longmans, New York, published the first US edition in 1895. George Newnes, Ltd. Published JH
as part of their Six Penny Novels series, No. 128, which included four illustrations by Cyrus Cuneo
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