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Text:"...TTHOMASHARDY By HAROLD CHILD Zoitoon NISBET GO. LTD. 22 BERNERS STREET, W...."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMASHARDY THREE NOTABLE STORIES | LOVE AND PERIL | To BE, OR NOT To BE | THE MELANCHOLY HUSSAR | Respectively by | THE MARQUIS OF LORNE, K.T. | MRS. ALEXANDER | THOMASHARDY..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY and betted much money on his head. Dead ! he would have clapped i the clout at twelve score ; and carried you a forehand shaft a fourteen and fourteen and a half..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY decessors ; in reading George Eliot, I am led to think about her successors, and in no slight degree, about Mr. Hardy ; whom I am approaching in a leisurely and, it may be..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMASHARDY London, 1912. Verso of Half-title: letter from ThomasHardy; verso of Title : printers notice, signed. The edition consists of ten copies only. SONG OF THE SOLDIERS Song..."
Date:Between 1865 and 1915
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...HIS AUTISTIC PUKPOSE THOMASHARDY was born in 1840 ; he published his first novel in 1871, his last nearly twenty years ago. So far as chronology is concerned, then, he belongs not to the present..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Conversations Recorded by William Archer : Conversation II. With Mr. ThomasHardy. Pall Mall Magazine, April 1901, pp. 527-537. With 2 photographs. Same article in Critic, April 1901. A Pilgrimage to Wessex..."
Date:Between 1865 and 1915
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...178 THOMASHARDY speaks of their wit, their ready appreciation of irony, their e native inbred refinement, their great desire for instruction, and declares them to be neither sad nor sus- 1 picious..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...82 THOMASHARDY The method of many a poet and novelist is first to catch a motive for poem or story, which may be a native of anywhere under the sun, and then to clothe it in a garment of home..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY make no complaint ; he has no vast self-pity. Misery taught him nothing more than a defiant endurance of it : the fates were so much more practised in the ways of life, than..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY of the earth itself, and upon earths changes witnessed by the same calm stars : into the private history of Mr. Hardys art, I have no right to enquire : but I enjoy the right..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...no THOMASHARDY Of the young men of more serious, weightier cast, besides Giles and Gabriel, first, for vitality and interest, come John Loveday, Clym, and Angel Clare, the gentleman, the idealist..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY Tacitus describes with so pleasant a zest. Both writers are filled with the spirit of their country : when Wordsworth is uninspired, he has the mulish obstinacy of his..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY were the framers of the matrimonial office. Mr. Hardy expresses well that dissatisfaction with the refractory strictness of language, which distresses a woman, when she would..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY CHARACTERS OF MEN AND WOMEN THE writer of this century, whom Mr. Hardy brings most often before my mind, is Wordsworth : that austere poet. Mr. Hardys message, his burden..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...5? THOMASHARDY do not a few of the great books of the world, till tradition has raised a fence of reverence about them, and they become fetishes. But, in no carping mood, one must own that, apart..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...j THOMASHARDY them is the more vivid. This special talent generally urges its possessor to writing novels of the heroic sword-and-cloak order, but Mr. Hardy has used it mostly for lighting up..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY grave-diggers : the fine, rich foolishness of Joseph Poorgrass, that enchaunting character, with the fantastic tongue of many a Shakespearian fool : the difiference, great..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE ART OF THOMASHARDY to be rid of social hypocrisies has led to a mere materialism, in which neither material earth, nor material mankind, preserve their charm. This seemingdeclension from..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...70 THOMASHARDY them is the more vivid. This special talent generally urges its possessor to writing novels of the heroic sword-and-cloak order, but Mr. Hardy has used it mostly for lighting up..."
Date:Between 1840 and 1928
Publication place:New York, USA