By Keith Wilson
- Informed by means of the most recent in scholarly, severe, and theoretical debates from many of the world's best 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 most important highbrow and socio-cultural currents of his time and assesses his legacy for next writers
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A Companion to Thomas Hardy (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Keith Wilson