Identification of fictitious place names in Hardy"s works

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Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928 -- Settings -- Dictionaries., Setting (Literature) -- Dictionaries., Names, Geographical -- Eng



Statementby J. Stevens Cox.
SeriesMonographs on the life, times and works of Thomas Hardy,, no. 39
LC ClassificationsPR4752 .A25 no. 39
The Physical Object
Pagination53-[60] p.
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Open LibraryOL5510625M
LC Control Number73367028

Get this from a library. Hardy's Wessex: identification of fictitious place names in Hardy's works. [James Stevens-Cox]. Thomas Hardy was born in Upper Bockhampton, Dorset and lived within the county for much of his adult life. The local customs and specific geography typical to this part of England are woven into Hardy's narratives, and form an integral part of his work.

His novels are set within the semi-fictitious. The English author Thomas Hardy set all of his major novels in the south and southwest of England. He named the area "Wessex" after the medieval Anglo-Saxon kingdom that existed in this part of that country prior to the unification of England by gh the places that appear in his novels actually exist, in many cases he gave the place a fictional name.

Hardy's place names. Why did Hardy decide to rename most the towns and cities in south-west England. Looking at the map at the front of my copy of Tess, I notice even Reading, the town where I live, seems to have been re-named Aldbrickham. That seems to be a reference to one of Reading's previous industries - bricks.

Hardy's remaining most significant novels were The Return of the Native (); The Mayor of Casterbridge (), a cleverly plotted emotional roller-coaster of a novel, often proclaimed his greatest work; The Woodlanders (), Hardy's personal favourite, another complex love story in a rural setting but with a tragic ending; Tess of the D.

The place names may be unsuitable but they sometimes provide inspiration.

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I’ve been thinking about the nature of fictitious places for the BBC Radio 3 series The Essay, in particular, fictitious Scottish places. When Sir Walter Scott started writing poetry, it was. Hardy & hairdressing: a selection of works written and/or published by James Stevens Cox James Stevens Cox was a prolific author and publisher.

Included amongst his works are volumes showing evidence of his twin loves of Hardy and hairdressing. The following is far from a complete list of works in which he had an involvement. argues, "this is a feasible plan, for though Mr.

Hardy, as an artist, works with a free hand, and is not a mere photographer, yet in many instances his indications of localities, partially veiled by fictitious names, are clear enough to leave little room for doubt in their identification." -5.

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The characters were created by American writer Edward Stratemeyer, the founder of book-packaging firm Stratemeyer Syndicate. Thomas Hardy, English novelist and poet who set much of his work in Wessex, his name for the counties of southwestern England.

His most notable novels include Far from the Madding Crowd, The Return of the Native, The Mayor of Casterbridge, Tess of the d’Ubervilles, and Jude the Obscure.

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Hardy graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, inbecame a fellow at Trinity inand lectured there in mathematics from. Victorian novelist and poet Thomas Hardy focused much of his work -- including classics like Far from the Madding Crowd () and Tess of the d'Urbervilles () on man's futile struggle against unseen forces.

Of his rather unromantic outlook on life, Hardy once. Like many here, my first Hardy novel was "The Mayor of Casterbridge," in high school. Classic Hardy, can't go wrong, great introduction, but it's not my favorite.

I reread Tess last year and while it is so good and so Hardy, it just kills me to read it -- so, SO tragic. Explore thousands of old and rare books, including illuminated manuscripts, fine press editions, illustrated books, incunabula, limited editions and miniature books.

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Some Hardys Identified with Issues and Events of Colonial About Google Books. Essays and criticism on Thomas Hardy, including the works The Return of the Native, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Jude the Obscure, Wessex Poems, and Other Verses - Magill's Survey of World Literature.

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