Thomas Hardy

  1. English novelist and poet (1840-1928)
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  • Cream-white sheep grazing on brilliant verdured hillsides seem to have stepped out of a scene from Thomas Hardy - and they have!
  • This bucolic frolic was directed with unflagging é lan by Stephen Frears from a script with a layered lineage: Moira Buffini adapted a graphic novel by Posy Simmonds which was, in its turn, a contemporary riff on Thomas Hardy's "Far From the Madding Crowd. A Grownup Look at Lennon as a 'Boy'
  • One of the greatest passages in Thomas Hardy's epical poem, The Dynasts, contemplates the effect of Waterloo on the most innocent and unwilling of the battle's participants, the fowl and insects and creatures of the earth who are confused if not slain by the combat around them, below them, above them. GreenCine Daily: PIFF Dispatch. 5.
  • Explore Thomas Hardy country.
  • It's also fun to find out, via these collected letters, the types of books and movies Farrell was consuming while writing and editing Troubles: Cold Comfort Farm, Thomas Hardy ( "barmy"), The Garden of Finzi-Continis, Easy Rider. Awards and honors
  • There are tins of chickpeas and tuna in there, bags of pasta and boxes of muesli packaged to look like they were harvested by scrofulous characters from a Thomas Hardy novel when they were really made on an industrial estate off the arse-end of Basingstoke. Restaurant review: the British Larder
  • Thomas Hardy , English novelist and poet, was born in Dorset , the son of a stonemason.
  • Certainly life is not all negative, but I read a quote from Thomas Hardy, and I know I'm butchering it, but he basically said that you can't really hope to remedy the dark side of life until you first have looked at it.
  • It is to be hoped that he will escape the doubtful honor of being dispersedly set forth in a 'Wit and Wisdom of Thomas Hardy.' The Bibliotaph and Other People
  • We want to make the pantomime writer, the proprietor of the penny "comic," the billsticker, and the music-hall artist extremely careful, punctiliously clean, but we do not want, for example, to pester Mr. Thomas Hardy. Mankind in the Making
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