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Thomas Hardy : His Life and Friends - F. B. Pinion

Thomas Hardy

His Life and Friends

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Published: 18th June 1994
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This biography contains new disclosures and interpretations of evidence, neglecting nothing significant in Hardy's early years, and providing the relevant details of his later life. It draws from a variety of sources including his published writings, biographies of Hardy and his contemporaries, correspondence of friends and acquaintances, Emma Hardy's diaries, and many unpublished letters from her and Florence Hardy. Apart from a brief background introduction to Hardy's friends and how these influenced his career, this book adopts an analysis of Hardy and his literary work and interests. The division between him and Emma is a dominant issue of this analysis. Dr Pinion is the author of "A Jane Austen Companion", "A Commentary on the Poems of Thomas Hardy" and "A Wordsworth Companion".

List of Illustrations - Preface and Acknowledgements - Ancestry and Birth - School and Manor - Further Education - Hicks, Barnes, and Bastow - The Moules of Fordington - Arthur Blomfield and London - First Verse and Fiction - Emma Gifford - Shock, Success and Marriage - Leslie Stephen - 'A Two-Years Idyll' - 'The FAILURE of THINGS' - This Way and That - At Wimborne Minster - Gosse, Dorchester, and The Mayor - Max Gate, The Woodlanders, and Italy - Tales and Tess - Florence Henniker - Jude and Consequences - To the Century's End - The Dynasts - Florence Emily Dugdale - Emma's Death - Aftercourses - In Time of 'the Breaking of Nations' - Age and Youth - Late Drama and T.E. Lawrence - The Coming of the End - His Death and After - In Retrospect - Bibliography and References - General Index - Index to Hardy's Prose and Poetry

ISBN: 9780333625200
ISBN-10: 033362520X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 438
Published: 18th June 1994
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 2.36
Weight (kg): 0.53
Edition Number: 1