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Add to Wish List. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. Exploring themes of class, education and marriage Social commentary ripples just below the surface in all the Wessex novels and yet the situation seems particularly unjust: in this instance a young man with modest dreams and the drive to achieve them is unable to succeed due to his working-class background. You May Also Like. More Info Add to Basket.riedertyatirduck.tk
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Greg Buzwell explores the place of the New Woman — by turns comical, dangerous and inspirational — in journalism and in fiction by writers such as Thomas Hardy, George Gissing and Sarah Grand. A novel by Thomas Hardy originally printed in abridged and bowdlerized form in Harper's New Monthly Information Description These two texts were published at the beginning of this edition of Jude the Obscure , the first being the preface to the original book edition, from , and the second being a postscript in which Thomas Hardy addresses some of the issues raised in reviews of the book.
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