You can't help it—while reading this book you will pause to say, "Poor Tess." The sorrow is amplified by the occasions when Tess or other characters *almost* get to start anew and find happiness.

10 Amazing Novels That Are Super Long, But Totally Worth It

You can't help it—while reading this book you will pause to say, "Poor Tess." The sorrow is amplified by the occasions when Tess or other characters *almost* get to start anew and find happiness.

How Reading Thomas Hardy Led Me to Romance Novels

How Reading Thomas Hardy Led Me to Romance Novels

How taking a Thomas Hardy summer seminar led one Rioter to embracing romance novels.

RETURN OF THE NATIVE ~ Thomas Hardy  ~ a classic to be read and enjoyed.  I like all of Thomas Hardy novels.

RETURN OF THE NATIVE ~ Thomas Hardy ~ a classic to be read and enjoyed. I like all of Thomas Hardy novels.

Jude the Obscure - dark, depressing and brilliant - Hardy's masterpiece traces a poor stonemason's ill-fated romance with his free-spirited cousin. No Victorian institution is spared — marriage, religion, education — and the outrage following publication led the embittered author to renounce fiction. Modern critics hail this novel as a pioneering work of feminism and socialist thought.

Jude the Obscure - dark, depressing and brilliant - Hardy's masterpiece traces a poor stonemason's ill-fated romance with his free-spirited cousin. No Victorian institution is spared — marriage, religion, education — and the outrage following publication led the embittered author to renounce fiction. Modern critics hail this novel as a pioneering work of feminism and socialist thought.

Thomas Hardy: The Complete Novels (ReadOn Classics) by [Hardy, Thomas, Classics, ReadOn]

Thomas Hardy: The Complete Novels (ReadOn Classics) by [Hardy, Thomas, Classics, ReadOn]

Dear Mr. Writer

Dear Mr. Writer

Poetry is emotion put into measure. The emotion must come by nature, but the measure can be acquired by art. Thomas Hardy, British novelist and poet, note written in 1899 Painting Thomas Hardy by William Strang, 1893 Share

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