Thomas Hardy's Homes

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Thomas Hardy was as successful a writer as he was a prolific. In the Wessex novels which won him fame is affection for the country way of life into which he was born. At the cottage in Bockhampton we can experience something of this simple, rural ch…

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    Om Thomas Hardy's Homes

    Thomas Hardy was as successful a writer as he was a prolific. In the Wessex novels which won him fame is affection for the country way of life into which he was born. At the cottage in Bockhampton we can experience something of this simple, rural childhood. At Max Gate, which he designed and built to live in with his wife, Hardy wrote his greatest works. At both properties Hardys presence is palpable. Featuring photographs old and new and quotes from some of his poems, this book is an enlightening introduction to Thomas Hardy and to the two very different homes that shaped his life and art. Beautiful birds-eye views of each property, as well as a walk from Hardys Cottage to Max Gate, bring both places vividly to life. The book includes an insightful foreword by Claire Tomalin, author of Thomas Hardy: The Time-torn Man.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2014
    Forlag
    A07EAB
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781843595342
    Sider
    36

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