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The Woodlanders

Hardy, Thomas

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"The Woodlanders" is one of Thomas Hardy's finest novels. It presents a portrait of five people in an English village who are tangled in a drama of passion, betrayal, poverty, and pride. The protagonist's journey towards self-discovery has been masterfully captured by Hardy. Guaranteed to mesmerize you with its vivid characterization and gripping narration, this novel is a must-read!

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Harper's said of Hardy that ""what is best in him we think is better than either George Eliot or Charles Reade; his portrayal of simple life and his love of nature are more intimate and perfect than hers, and his operation of the plot is never so open and mechanical as Reade's."" The Woodlanders is one of Thomas Hardy's finest novels. It presents a portrait of five people in an English village who are tangled in a drama of passion, betrayal, poverty, and pride.

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Thomas Hardy was a poet and novelist of the naturalist movement. He trained as an architect. He was a religious man who was also deeply influenced by Darwin and fascinated by ghosts and spirits.During his lifetime, he was best known for his novels. His stories combine nuanced description of natural surroundings with the sense of impending moral crisis. He claimed that poetry was his first love, though, and in recent years his poetry has received much critical acclaim.

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