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Hardy Novels

  • This special ebook edition includes four of Thomas Hardy?s best-known novels: Far From the Madding Crowd , The Mayor of Casterbridge , Tess of the D'Urbervilles , and Jude the Obscure .

    Publisher : HarperCollins Canada
    published : 2014
  • From the New York Times bestselling author comes four novels from his most popular legal thriller series . Ex-cop and lawyer, Dismas Hardy, works with his best friend, officer Abe Glitsky in taking down San Francisco?s toughest criminals and upholding justice in the crime-ridden city... Includes: THE OATH THE HEARING THE SECOND CHAIR THE...

    Publisher : Penguin Publishing Group
    published : 2012
  • In this, the first book-length study of astronomy in Hardy's writing, historian of science and literary scholar Pamela Gossin brings the analytical tools of both disciplines to bear as she offers unexpected and sophisticated readings of seven novels that enrich Darwinian and feminist perspectives on his work, extend formalist evaluations of his achievement...

    Publisher : Taylor and Francis
    published : 2017
  • First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

    Publisher : Taylor and Francis
    published : 2006
  • Drawing on the theoretical work of Deleuze and Guattari and that of Jean Laplanche - particularly his major and as yet still relatively unfamiliar notion of the phantasme - Social Formation in Hardy's Major Novels is an original and groundbreaking rereading of Hardy's four major tragic novels. The readings are sophisticated and yet accessible....

    Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
    published : 2003
  • Examining a wide range of representations of physical, metaphorical, and dream landscapes in Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy, Eithne Henson explores the way in which gender attitudes are expressed, both in descriptions of landscape as the human body and in ideas of nature. Henson discusses the influence of eighteenth-century aesthetic...

    Publisher : Taylor and Francis
    published : 2016
  • First published in 2005, this book argues that, due to political and ideological shifts in the last decades of the nineteenth century a new depiction of social class was possible in the English novel. Late-century writers such as Gissing, James, Hardy and Wells question the middle-class Victorian views of class that had dominated the novel for decades...

    Publisher : Taylor and Francis
    published : 2016
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