Phd thesis on thomas hardy

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Thesis or dissertation. Publisher. University of Exeter. Degree Title. PhD in English. Abstract. This study looks at the figure of the child in the novels of Thomas Hardy. It argues that Hardy, in his various presentations of the child. This thesis is a developmental and comparative study of marriage in the novels of Thomas Hardy and D.H. Lawrence. Although this subject is frequently alluded to in recent criticism of both authors, it is rarely discussed in detail. The main interest of the study here is to show how marriage and its sub-themes of love, sex and women, as well as society's perceptions of them in the late. The principal concern of this thesis is the extent to which male and female characters in Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native (), Henry James’s The Europeans () and Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence () succeed in contributing to, or halting, the processes of change in their respective societies of the late nineteenth and early twentieth blogger.com: Wafaa Alfares.

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Marriage in the novels of Thomas Hardy and D.H. Lawrence

The aim of this thesis is to show naturalistic elements in two novels by Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d´Urbervilles () and Jude the Obscure (). The theoretical part analyses naturalism as such and its effects on literature. It also focuses on Hardy´s life and his . The principal concern of this thesis is the extent to which male and female characters in Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native (), Henry James’s The Europeans () and Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence () succeed in contributing to, or halting, the processes of change in their respective societies of the late nineteenth and early twentieth blogger.com: Wafaa Alfares. This thesis is a developmental and comparative study of marriage in the novels of Thomas Hardy and D.H. Lawrence. Although this subject is frequently alluded to in recent criticism of both authors, it is rarely discussed in detail. The main interest of the study here is to show how marriage and its sub-themes of love, sex and women, as well as society's perceptions of them in the late.

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The aim of this thesis is to show naturalistic elements in two novels by Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d´Urbervilles () and Jude the Obscure (). The theoretical part analyses naturalism as such and its effects on literature. It also focuses on Hardy´s life and his . This thesis traces Hardy's involvement in the theatre from the s to the s. The narrative of Hardy's relationship with the theatre is set against an analysis of the changing nature of the stage during this period, though I acknowledge throughout the thesis the fact that Hardy's awareness of the theatre did not perfectly keep pace with its evolution. Thesis Masculinities in the Thesis of Thomas Hardy. PhD thesis The Open University. The aim of this thesis is to illustrate the fluid and evolving nature of masculinities as experienced and articulated by Victorian men, and then to examine critically Hardy's representations of such the his novelistic the in order to identify how his representations differed from, challenged, or subverted those of his .

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Thomas Hardy () and Walter de la Mare () share numerous reciprocal echoes in their works, especially at the height of their literary activities in the early twentieth century. Despite their singular admiration for each other and strikingly similar working methods, their Author: Yui Kajita. This thesis traces Hardy's involvement in the theatre from the s to the s. The narrative of Hardy's relationship with the theatre is set against an analysis of the changing nature of the stage during this period, though I acknowledge throughout the thesis the fact that Hardy's awareness of the theatre did not perfectly keep pace with its evolution. Thesis Masculinities in the Thesis of Thomas Hardy. PhD thesis The Open University. The aim of this thesis is to illustrate the fluid and evolving nature of masculinities as experienced and articulated by Victorian men, and then to examine critically Hardy's representations of such the his novelistic the in order to identify how his representations differed from, challenged, or subverted those of his .

Ghostly Sounds and Questions of Belief in Thomas Hardy and Walter de la Mare
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The Figure of the Child in the Novels of Thomas Hardy

Thesis or dissertation. Publisher. University of Exeter. Degree Title. PhD in English. Abstract. This study looks at the figure of the child in the novels of Thomas Hardy. It argues that Hardy, in his various presentations of the child. Thesis Masculinities in the Thesis of Thomas Hardy. PhD thesis The Open University. The aim of this thesis is to illustrate the fluid and evolving nature of masculinities as experienced and articulated by Victorian men, and then to examine critically Hardy's representations of such the his novelistic the in order to identify how his representations differed from, challenged, or subverted those of his . This thesis traces Hardy's involvement in the theatre from the s to the s. The narrative of Hardy's relationship with the theatre is set against an analysis of the changing nature of the stage during this period, though I acknowledge throughout the thesis the fact that Hardy's awareness of the theatre did not perfectly keep pace with its evolution.