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Tess by Thomas Hardy: Early Writings and Tess of the D՚urbervilles

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  • Thomas Hardy was the son of Thomas Hardy and Jemima Hardy, born in the village of Upper Bockhampton, located in Southwestern, England on June 2,1840.
  • His father was a stonemason and a violinist. His mother enjoyed reading and retelling folk songs and legends popular in the region.
  • Hardy had experienced rural life and lived an isolat…

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Poetry of G. M Hopkins and Thomas Hardy: Inscape and Instress

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  • G. M Hopkins and Thomas Hardy were the two very important Victorian writers Hardy is better known as a novelist than a poet; Hopkins is better known as a Jesuit priest than a poet.
  • Hardy՚s disappointment with human will led him to his belief in fate; he experimented with naturalism seeking an alternative theology in nature.
  • Hopkins, despite his theological training, was caught in a bind between aesthetic truth and the truth offered by Christian theology.
  • If Hardy attempted to find in nature an alternative to God, Hopkins tried to find God in every aspect of na…

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