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by Thomas Hardy

Characters: George Melbury, Grace, Giles Winterbourne

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Hardy’s Romanticism in The Woodlanders
“In the novel I discuss in this article (The Woodlanders, written at about the mid-point of his career) the Romantic influence is complex: Hardy has, by this stage of his life, become disillusioned with Victorian society, and observed the inability of Romantic ideals to survive in this world; and yet his disillusionment inspires an impulse towards Romanticism, as a solace in the face of an unfamiliar world.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Holly Davis
From: Deep South v.3 n.3 (Spring 1997)

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