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By Keith Wilson

ISBN-10: 1118307496

ISBN-13: 9781118307496

ISBN-10: 1405156686

ISBN-13: 9781405156684

via unique essays from a uncommon group of overseas students and Hardy experts, A better half to Thomas Hardy offers a distinct, one-volume source, which encompasses all points of Hardy's significant novels, brief tales, and poetry

  • Informed via the newest in scholarly, severe, and theoretical debates from the various world's prime Hardy scholars
  • Reveals groundbreaking insights via examinations of Hardy’s significant novels, brief tales, poetry, and drama
  • Explores Hardy's paintings within the context of the key highbrow and socio-cultural currents of his time and assesses his legacy for next writers

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