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The Queen's Twin
"Where's Nora?"
 

Illustrations for "Where's Nora?" by Sarah Orne Jewett

These illustrations by A. I. Keller appeared with the story's first publication in Scribner's Magazine (24:739-755). Keller (1867-1924), a painter and illustrator, studied in America and in Munich. He is represented by a painting, "The Mass," in the Munich Academy. (Source: Mantle Fielding)
 
 

"Twas old Mary saw the tears in me eyes then."
 

"An' ain't you got me mother's own looks, too?"
 

"She writes a good hand, too."
 

Nora had a good sisterly work-basket ready.
 

 "Have courage, boys; 'twon't be long first; this one'll be selling them for me."
 

It seemed as if the return of one prosperous child gave joy to the whole landscape.
 

"Oh, me mother, me mother!" cried Nora.
 

Final illustration untitled.


Main Contents
The Queen's Twin
"Where's Nora?"