I tre sconosciuti, titolo originale The Three Strangers di Thomas Hardy, traduzione a cura di Roberta Volonté. È durante una serata tempestosa di marzo, in un anno imprecisato della terza decade del '700 che si apre il racconto I tre sconosciuti di…
It is during a stormy evening in March, in the third decade of the '700 that Thomas Hardy’s The Three Strangers begins. An English clergyman and his family are gathered together with some friends in their cottage, Higher Crowstairs, to celebrate the…
Through original essays from a distinguished team of international scholars and Hardy specialists, A Companion to Thomas Hardy provides a unique, one-volume resource, which encompasses all aspects of Hardy's major…
Thomas Hardy’s breakthrough novel from 1871. Cytherea Graye becomes maid to the eccentric Miss Aldclyffe.
…Introduction — Thomas Hardy and Desire: Conceptions of the Self
2. House and Home: Nostalgic Desire and the Locus of Being
3. Desire, Female Amity and Sapphic Space
A collection of ten short stories by Thomas Hardy, many of them set in his famous fictional county of Wessex.
A collection of stories written by Thomas Hardy set in a fictional southwest England which he named 'Wessex'. A fascinating look at nineteenth century life.
A romantic story from Thomas Hardy set in the Napoleionic wars. Anne Garland is courted by three suiters: John Loveday (the Trumpet-Major of the title), his brother Robert and Festus Derriman, the son of a squire.
The full title of the book is: The Trumpet-Major…
Thomas Hardy's novel The Woodlanders has been enjoyed by readers around the world for over 120 years. It is often cited as the beginning of Hardy's more controversial works, as its moral take on sexuality and marital fidelity challenged the norm.
Thomas Hardy's last novel, Jude the Obscure, has been enjoyed by readers around the world for over a century. Somewhat autobiographical, the story follows Jude Fawley, a stonemason in the fictional county of Wessex, who moves to Christminster to follow his dream of becoming a scholar. He…