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... particular view the universe? This Hardy philosophy Professor Guerard seems to me not fully to grasp, a Thomas Hardy weakness which throws his accoxmt of Hardy’s other characteristics into confusion. View of nature Hardy surely regarded ...

The Teapot of Admiral Hardv

... Teapot of Admiral Hardv THOMAS HARDY outlived Nelson by many years and appointed the latter's old servant. Tom Allen, pewterer at Greenwich Hospital, he himself having been made Governor in 1834. So Tom may well have polished Thomas's teapot! It was made ...

Published: Saturday 13 May 1950
Newspaper: Sheffield Weekly Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 107 | Page: 29 | Tags: none

Memorable songs

... Memorable songs The feature the morning, however. was the first performance Benjamin Britten's setting eight poems by Thomas Hardy, moving and often gripping Impressions country life. Three became immediately memorable— Midnight on the Great Western ...

Published: Thursday 08 October 1953
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 115 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

BOOKS

... their C works, and for its value to those who have neglected or forgotten the £ authors concerned. CHAUCER by D. S. BREWER THOMAS HARDY | by DOUGLAS BROWN § ROBERT BROWNING by J. M. COHEN SIR WALTER | RALEGH | PHILIP EDWARDS CHRISTOPHER • MARLOWE by PHILIP ...

Our critics on books, films, radio and television 20th Century poetry

... tion to this anthology clearly defines its aim and scope — to represent the English verse the last half century—from Thomas Hardy down to the present day. This is a bold attempt but it is one which, all things considered, is successful. For all anthologies ...

An Ishmael

... by some of Snaith's early work, and thought that he might develop Into novelist of the stature of Arnold Bennett, not of Thomas Hardy. When I was half-way through The Sailor, published In 1916, thought had written a classic, but It tailed off into conventional ...

Portrait of the artist

... to conventional opinion and. most of all. from his gift for satirical characterisation and the military art by G. 8.5.), Thomas Hardy, *who Inspired Mr. John's deep affection, Montagu Norman (making a discreet beeline for his car after a sitting), Lord ...

NEVILLE HOBSON

... house (5). 19 Builder of the Tay 4 German river (4). bridges (5). 5 The author of ••Romola” (5). 20 Ship’s deviation 6 By Thomas Hardy (7). (5). . 9 A genus of plants (5). 21 Full extent from 11 In the Crimea (5). 23 Enters the North 12 Nottingham is on ...

at work

... lucky enough to read It In full can be judged bv the deliciously witty accounts of Mrs. Woolf's meetings with, for example, Thomas Hardy, Arnold Bennett and George Moore, which seem almost more illuminating than anything else yet written on those authors. ...

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... ISLES and FOREIGN 22/9 (Postage included). LEEDS, SAT., DEC. 31, 1955 1953 ECEMBER 31. It is the moment when we can imagine Thomas Hardy identifying himself with some Spirit Ironic, some detached observer in outer space, and watching with a sorrowful eye this ...

Hurt in cruh, the will take stage

... world Is bad cannot, therefore, be brushed under the mat Must we really remind a psychiatrist of that famous saying of Thomas Hardy? If way to the Better there be. It exacts a full look at the worst. ...

Published: Monday 31 March 1952
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 399 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

HOME 12.10—Morning 6 45 —“The Archers.’* 7.35 —Recital (piano). . 0 .„ „ 12.25 —Midday Music-Hall. K 1 7.0 —News

... Light 3.3o—Orchestral Hour. tive). 12.0—Clydebank Burgh Band. 10.15 Election Broadcast fenow (Part U- Orchestra. 4.15 —Thomas Hardy. 9.35 Royal Windsor Horse 12.30—Plano Playtime. (Miss Edith Pitt, Conserve- 5.0-5.55 Children’s Tele-7.5o—Lilt —Lilt Up ...