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Women And Sexuality In The Novels Of Thomas Hardy

Author: Rosemarie Morgan
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ISBN: 0415058503
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The women in Thomas Hardy's novels appear to have no control over their conduct or their destiny. In this book, now in paperback, Rosemarie Morgan argues a contrary case. Hardy's women struggle, sometimes winning, often losing, but they are not tame objects to be manipulated.

Student Companion To Thomas Hardy

Author: Rosemarie Morgan
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313333965
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Introduces the life and work of the English author, with critiques on his major works and an analysis of his contributions to the field of world literature.

Cancelled Words

Author: Rosemarie Morgan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0203201922
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The manuscript of Hardy's first great novel Far From the Madding Crowd vanished shortly after its first publication. Rediscovered in 1918 it sheds remarkable new light on the whole of Hardy's work. The manuscript pages, some of which are reproduced here in facsimile, reveal Hardy's original composition in the novel, and the reluctantly `cancelled words' which were the result of a long struggle with Sir Leslie Stephen, Hardy's editor. Cancelled Words reveals the manner in which Hardy worked, his resistance to censorship, his obsessive attention to detail and precision, and the often concealed processes underlying his authorship. Ultimately, it serves to shape our understanding of the development of the modern novel.

Thomas Hardy And Women

Author: Penny Boumelha
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ISBN: 9781911454724
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This internationally acclaimed book offers a provocative challenge to Hardy's reputation as a writer primarily of rural realism. This new edition includes a previously unpublished chapter - '"Bright Faces of the New: " Bodies, Children and Futures in Hardy's Novels.'

Seeing Hardy

Author: Paul J. Niemeyer
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786481354
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“Great authors” are increasingly being encountered by general audiences and critics thanks to films and television programs that have been adapted from their best-known works. Thomas Hardy is one of those authors. His work has inspired filmmakers from the silent age and modern times. This book is the first book-length study in what has become a growing field of interest in film adaptations of Hardy’s novels. Part One of this book analyzes the popular image of Hardy and his work, the reproduction of this image in film adaptations, and critical stereotypes about him and his fiction. Part Two juxtaposes Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd and Schlesinger’s adaptation, Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles and Polanski’s adaptation, and Hardy’s Jude the Obscure and Winterbottom’s adaptation. Each discussion of the novel and adaptation in question considers the novel itself, the critical history of the novel, how it has been adapted to film, and how the individual filmmakers have struggled with problems inherent in Hardy’s novels. Part Three analyzes adaptations of The Woodlanders, The Scarlet Tunic, and The Claim, all of which have scarcely been seen in the United States or which were not distributed in the United States, and four television movies and miniseries that were based on Hardy’s work.