This study ranges in time from Hardy's response to Romanticism through to an examination of his diverse fortunes at the hands of critics, from his own time to the present. His achievement is examined through his various forms - his letters, autobiography, novels, poems and personal writings - and set in the context of the work of those whom he knew or admired. Timothy Hands surveys Hardy's ideas, his views on society and his knowledge of the contemporary arts.
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