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The Well-Beloved by Thomas Hardy

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The Well-Beloved
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Publisher: Harper & Brothers
ISBN/ASIN: 1840224053
Number of pages: 362

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The Well-Beloved completes the cycle of Hardy's great novels, reiterating his favourite themes of man's eternal quest for perfection in both love and art, and the suffering that ensues. Powerful symbolism marks this romantic fantasy that Hardy has grounded firmly in reality with a characteristically authentic rendering of location, the Isle of Slingers, or Portland as we know it.

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