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  1. A Changed Man; And Other Tales by Thomas Hardy, 2010-03-05
  2. FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD by Hardy Thomas, 1968
  3. Far from the Madding Crowd (Penguin Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 2003-04-29
  4. A Pair of Blue Eyes (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 2009-04-15
  5. The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy, 2007-01-01
  6. Thomas Hardy: The Complete Poems by Thomas Hardy, 2002-02-09
  7. Selected Poems (Penguin Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 1998-12-01
  8. The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Hardy (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  9. Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 2008-10-15
  10. Thomas Hardy: A Biography Revisited by Michael Millgate, 2006-11-09
  11. The Woodlanders (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 2009-03-25
  12. The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy, 1994-06-01
  13. Under the Greenwood Tree by Thomas Hardy, 2010-03-04
  14. Jude the Obscure (World's Classics) by Thomas Hardy, 1985-10-31

1. Thomas Hardy: Poems
Selected poems, from Poetry Archive.

2. Hardy, Thomas
Tips for Driving in England Shakespeare, Henry James Thomas Hardy July 13, 2010 Driving in England is a sport best left for the man grown jaded with the old, wornout things of

3. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) British Writer.
(18401928) British writer. Thomas Hardy is known for novels which include The Return of the Native (1878), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), Tess of the D’Urbervilles (1891
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  • (1840-1928) British writer. Thomas Hardy is known for novels which include: The Return of the Native The Mayor of Casterbridge Jude the Obscure (1895), and other works.
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    Who would imagine such a tale? A young man, Michael Henchard, arrives at the fair with his wife and young daughter. Instead of enjoying what's left of the festivities, he gets drunk and sells his wife and daughter to a passing sailor for 5 guineas.
    Profile: Thomas Hardy
    (1840-1928) British writer. Thomas Hardy was one of the most famous novelists of the Victorian period, even though works like "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" and "Jude the Obscure" were so controversial that he said he would never write another novel. Read more about the life and works of Thomas Hardy.

    4. Hardy, Thomas
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    @import url(../index.css); Hardy, Thomas Aiton’s Encyclopedia Hardy, Thomas (1840-), an English novelist. He was born in Dorsetshire. He studied architecture and practiced his profession for some years, but since 1873 has devoted his time to literature. Among his best known novels may be mentioned Far from the Madding Crowd, The Return of the Native, Two on a Tower, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, The Three Wayfarers, and Under the Greenwood Tree. Hardy is recognized as the foremost of living English novelists.
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    5. Thomas Hardy Collection At
    Fifty-one of his poems online.

    6. Thomas Hardy - Free Online Library
    Biographical sketch, and online text of Tess of the d Urbervilles.
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    Thomas Hardy's own life wasn't similar to his stories. He was born in the Egdon Heath, in Dorset, near Dorchester. His father was a master mason and a building contractor. Hardy's mother, whose tastes included Latin poems and French romances, provided for his education. After schooling in Dorchester, Hardy was apprenticed to an architect. He worked in an office, which specialized in restoration of churches. In 1874 Hardy married Emma Lavinia Gifford, for whom 40 years later, after her death, he wrote a series of poems known as Veteris Vestigiae Flammae (Vestiges of an Old Flame). At the age of 22, Hardy moved to London and started to write poems, which idealized the rural life. He was an assistant in the architectural firm of Arthur Blomfield, visited art galleries, attended evening classes in French at King's College, enjoyed Shakespeare and opera, and read works of Charles Darwin, Herbert Spencer, and John Stuart Mills, whose positivism influenced him deeply. In 1867, Hardy left London for the family home in Dorset, and resumed work briefly with Hicks in Dorchester. Hardy continued his architectural work, but he started to consider literature as his "true vocation." Unable to find a public for his poetry and following the advice of novelist George Meredith, Hardy decided to write novels. His first novel

    7. Thomas Hardy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Thomas Hardy, OM (2 June 1840 – 11 January 1928) was an English novelist and poet. While his works typically belong to the naturalist movement, several poems display elements of
    Thomas Hardy
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the novelist and poet. For other uses, see Thomas Hardy (disambiguation) Thomas Hardy Born 2 June 1840
    , Dorchester, Dorset, England Died 11 January 1928 (aged 87)
    Dorchester, Dorset, England Occupation Novelist, Poet, and Short Story writer Literary movement Naturalism Spouse(s) Emma Lavinia Gifford
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    Influences Arthur Schopenhauer Charles Darwin Charles Dickens John Milton ... Charlotte Brontë Influenced Philip Larkin D. H. Lawrence Stephen King Signature Thomas Hardy OM (2 June 1840 – 11 January 1928) was an English novelist and poet. While his works typically belong to the naturalist movement, several poems display elements of the previous romantic and enlightenment periods of literature, such as his fascination with the supernatural. While he regarded himself primarily as a poet who composed novels mainly for financial gain, during his lifetime he was much better known for his novels, such as Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Far from the Madding Crowd , which earned him a reputation as a great novelist. The bulk of his fictional works, initially published as serials in magazines, were set in the semi-fictional land of

    8. Wessex Poems And Other Verses - HARDY, Thomas | Between The Covers Rare Books
    First American edition. Faint stain to the bottom corner of the front board and a little darkening to the spine, an attractive, very good copy.
    Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info HARDY, Thomas Wessex Poems and Other Verses New York: Harpers 1899. First American edition. Faint stain to the bottom corner of the front board and a little darkening to the spine, an attractive, very good copy. Hardy's first volume of poetry, a form he turned to after the unsatisfactory reception of his novels, and a pursuit which he always regarded as far more important than his fiction. Though today's readers know him mostly for his great tragedies, Hardy was considered the equal of Yeats as the great poet of the turn of the century. [BTC #33874] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... HARDY, Thomas Human Shows Far Phantasies... HARDY, Thomas Winter Words in Various Moods... ... Poontang and Other Poems Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Poetry Science Fiction Books Into Film Children's Books ... Rejections of 1927 ORIG. $125.00 SALE $87.50

    9. Thomas Hardy - Biography And Works
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    Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) , English poet and author of the naturalism movement wrote Jude the Obscure What brains they must have in Christminster and the great schools, he presently thought, to learn words one by one up to tens of thousands! .... he wished he had never seen a book, that he might never see another, that he had never been born. Somebody might have come along that way who would have asked him his trouble, and might have cheered him by saying that his notions were further advanced than those of his grammarian. But nobody did come, because nobody does; and under the crushing recognition of his gigantic error Jude continued to wish himself out of the world.Ch. 4 and Tess of the d'Urbervilles Moreover she, and Clare also, stood as yet on the debatable land between predilection and love; where no profundities have been reached; no reflections have set in, awkwardly inquiring, "Whither does this new current tend to carry me? What does it mean to my future? How does it stand towards my past?"Ch. 20

    10. Hardy Thomas | Detroit, MI |
    Hardy Thomas 1977 graduate of Pershing High School in Detroit, MI is on See pictures, plan your class reunion and get caught up with Hardy and other high school

    11. Thomas Hardy Tours - In The Steps Of Thomas Hardy
    Discover the real places where the characters of Thomas Hardy, such as Tess of the D rbervilles, Jude, Henchard, Bathsheba and Oak lived, laboured and died. Redcliff Study Centre
    Address: 60 Third Avenue, Teignmouth, Devon, TQ14 9DP, UK
    Telephone: Fax: Redcliff Study Centre has been running successfully for 25 years, teaching English as a Foreign Language. We are now expanding and adding a literature section which will operate independently. This website explains the new Thomas Hardy and West Country Literature courses which began in March 2003. Details of the English as a Foreign Language courses can be obtained by contacting Redcliff Study Centre by 'phone, fax, e-mail or snail mail. The prices of the E.F.L. courses are somewhat lower than the Literature courses. If you want Literature, please read this website. If you want E.F.L., please contact Redcliff direct.
    Thomas Hardy and West Country Literature Tours
    Welcome to this website. We are calling all Thomas Hardy devotees to consider a course on Literature lasting from 2 days to 2 weeks, in which we visit and actually walk the sites linked to his novels, poems, short stories and life. This venture takes us from Cornwall (Emma, Tintagel, St. Juliot and the outburst of love poetry in 1913) to Dorchester (Weatherbury, Marlott, Kingsbere, Mellstock and Bockhampton - the area around Bockhampton is rich in memories of "Tess" and "Far from the Madding Crowd"). My wife and I are offering courses which will involve as many aspects of Thomas Hardy as you wish, and / or other writers as listed below. We are very suitably placed between Cornwall and Dorset for such an adventure. Addenda: This area is rich in literary talent. Other famous writers who are associated with the South West include John Betjeman, Agatha Christie, Charles Kingsley, Daphne du Maurier, Alfred Tennyson, Conan Doyle and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. We can visit sites associated with these writers. Visits of historical interest could include Oxford via Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles, Stratford via Bath and/or Wells, Dartmouth via Totnes and Dartington.

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    Dr. Hardy was a member of the Bedford Medical community for over 30 years. And was a cousin of mine through my GGGrandmother Frances SJ Hardy Lee Wife of Thomas Newell Lee. (
    The facts of Thomas Hardy's life are well-known and reprinted in the front of most of his novels. But what we've lacked is a good, modern biography that is readable by non-academics. Ms. Tomalin, one of Britain's most experienced contemporary biographers, supplies an excellent portrait of Hardy to meet that need. (
    I read this biography of Thomas Hardy in association with a discussion of the Mayor of Casterbridge: a very timely read. It is ironic that Thomas Hardy is known so well for his novels rather than his poetry. His ability to paint lyrical pictures in verse is, in my view, more consistent than his prose. (
    For me, the portrayal of Hardy's relationships with the significant women in his life gives an extra dimension to Ms Tomalin's book. Thomas Hardy the author is perhaps easier to understand through Thomas Hardy the man. (

    13. Thomas Hardy: An Overview
    Discussion of the author s work in historical context.
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    14. Hardy, Thomas Definition Of Hardy, Thomas In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Hardy, Thomas, 1840–1928, English novelist and poet, b. near Dorchester, one of the great English writers of the 19th cent. The son of a stonemason, he derived a love of music, Thomas

    15. The Literary Gothic | Thomas Hardy
    Thomas Hardy page at The Literary Gothic, the web's premier guide to Gothic and supernaturalist literature written prior to 1950
    Hardy, Thomas
    2 June 1840 - 11 January 1928
    Pre-eminent late C19/early C20 English novelist and poet, perhaps best known for Tess of the D'Urbervilles , whose sense of realism was often powerfully infused with a deep sensitivity to rural folkways and traditions, and who was influenced, albeit at some remove, by the Gothic tradition.
    Sites: The Thomas Hardy Resource Library A good starting point for the Hardy fan, with a chronology, links, and more. [Mark Simons] Thomas Hardy overview Biographical, contextual, and critical discussions. [Victorian Web] Thomas Hardy Society A site, and society, "for scholars, students, readers, enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in Thomas Hardy." Thomas Hardy Association Another rich site, with links to various Hardy resources. Biographical note [Author's Calendar] Brief biographical note [Wikipedia] Thomas Hardy Miscellany [John Gould, Phillips Andover Academy] Thomas Hardy page [Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U] Brief biographical note [Columbia Encyclopedia, Bartleby] Brief biographical note [; Academy of American Poets] Hardy Hyper-Concordance Part of the The Victorian Literary Studies Archive, this concordance allows you to search etexts by Hardy. [Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U]

    16. The Thomas Hardy Society > Home
    Critiques, books to download, and photographs of Thomas Hardy.

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    Welcome to the Thomas Hardy Society’s Website. Its aim is to promote the British novelist and poet’s works for both education and enjoyment. It is for scholars, students, readers, enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in Thomas Hardy. Today the Society's two main publications are ‘The Hardy Society Journal’ and ‘The Thomas Hardy Journal’ with academic papers by leading scholars, critical reviews, competitions, comments and news sent free to members. The Society engages in a range of cultural projects and presents academic and entertaining events. These include the biennial International Conference and Festival and, in each year, a programme of music, lectures, suppers, poetry readings, walks and tours. FORTHCOMING EVENTS 2010:
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    18. Hardy, Thomas: AuthorSheets, Reference Services, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh
    Hardy, Thomas. In Alcorn, John The nature novel from Hardy to Lawrence. New York Columbia University Press, 1977. pp 124, 73-76, 80-86. See also index.
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