An Essay on Hardy

An Essay on Hardy

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Rather than concentrating on ideas and attitudes, Bayley examines the texture of the writing, and the inherent difference between one kind of exposition and another.Ultimately, class in England has become a matter of preferring to keep yourself to yourself, a privilege Hardy made the most of, just as he did of its other advantage: feeling romantic about the members of another class. Class and sex areanbsp;...

Title:An Essay on Hardy
Author:John Bayley
Publisher:CUP Archive - 1981-06-04


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