The Collected Letters of Thomas Hardy: Volume 6: 1920-1925

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

byThomas HardyEditorRichard Little Purdy, Michael Millgate

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Has the qualities that a great edition should have: it is meticulously thorough and accurate, and its aids to the reader are clear and comprehensive."--Times Literary Supplement. "An indispensable work of scholarship."--Nineteenth-Century Fiction. The
correspondents in this volume range widely--from Edmund Gosse and Walter de la Mare to Ezra Pound--and the letters show an aging Hardy still deeply involved in all aspects of his professional life The nearly 700 letters, most of which have never been published, are supplemented by scrupulous
annotation and extensive cross-referencing, by a chronology covering Hardy's entire career, and by an index of correspondents included in this volume.

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Has the qualities that a great edition should have: it is meticulously thorough and accurate, and its aids to the reader are clear and comprehensive."--Times Literary Supplement. "An indispensable work of scholarship."--Nineteenth-Century Fiction. Thecorrespondents in this volume range widely--from Ed...

Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) is one of England's greatest novelists. Most of his work is set in his native Dorset, on the south coast of England.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:390 pages, 9.25 × 5.91 × 1.34 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198126239

ISBN - 13:9780198126232

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'The editors' annotations, as hitherto, provide the most complete context imaginable, including illuminating references to the subject's correspondents' letters, so often irritatingly absent from such collections'MichaelThorpe, Mount Allison University. English Studies relief to