Who's Who in Thomas Hardy by Huw Barker Rahane
  

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Who's Who in Thomas Hardy by Huw Barker Rahane

This guide presents for the first time this century a catalogue listing the characters in the fiction of Thomas Hardy. In minutes, the reader can find a summary of who does what and in which work - useful for students, scholars, and lovers of Hardy everywhere. The fruit of a lifetime of study, journalist Huw Barker Rahane has created a lively and concise register of colourful men and women, dramatically bringing out Hardy's constant theme of sexual desire and fulfilment - and the consequences where the balance is not struck. The book presents an unrivalled opportunity to rediscover painlessly many gripping and half-forgotten works, some of them quite short, all catalogued here alongside old mainstays such as The Mayor of Casterbridge and Jude the Obscure . Thanks to the book's cool, informal style, the reader will be encouraged to go back to the original and uniquely rich world of Hardy's imagination.

About the Author

Huw Barker Rahane took a degree in business studies in South Africa, travelled widely before settling down to a career in journalism and public relations. He retired to devote himself to writing. He now lives in Sussex.

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Paperback
100 pages

Author

Huw Barker Rahane
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Publication date

31st October 2014

ISBN

9781784550202


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