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English talk

... Everyman in His Humour. Shakespeare. Samuel Richardson's Pamela. Trollope's Barchester Towers. George Eliot and Thomas Hardy all provide material to set beside the records of authentic conversation offered Boswell's Life of Johnson, the memoirs ...

WILLIAM BARNES OF DORSET

... craftsman, artist and linguistic scholar. Besides dealing with his life, this book goes folly into his relationship with Thomas Hardy and the influence Barnes had on his writing. The author has given us a most interesting study of this gifted and very English ...

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... 45 —Rome and Oxford. ~ BBC Symphony Orchest ra. 0.0—The Military Band in the Concert Hall. Llnlc —Faure and 10.45 — - Thomas Hardy (repeat l. 11.5 —Recital. TELEVISION 7.10 —Boxing 3.30—The Tan Virtues. 7.20 —BBC Hevue Orchestra. 5.0—Children's Hour ...

Magicians ring the bell

... 20891-8 Third (647 194 m. (1.546 kc/s) 6. 6—violin and Viola 6.l6—Kliatbethan Verse 7. 6 —Der 6.l3—Thoma* Hardy Veres 6.33 —Der Rosacea feller 35—Thomas Hardy Readies 9-58—Der feller 71- —?»e«lns Parliament 11.26—Close Television 3.18—001 l 3.4B—Nsvwatls ...

Published: Friday 02 October 1953
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 487 | Page: 8 | 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

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 ...

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. ...

Engagements

... LEWIS, dearly loved husband Doris HARDAKER. —Funeral arrangement* later. HARDY.—Jan. 9. the home of her niece. 89. Oar den Dewsbuij. aged 83. MARY, beloved wile the Thomas HARDY (ate of Leeds).—Service Ravensthorpe Congregational Church. Jan. 13. 2.157 ...

Published: Saturday 10 January 1953
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1035 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

EDUCATION

... and youth openly mocking. There peril, true, in such things as ear-boxing. The danger seen in point made somewhere by Thomas Hardy. A blow depends not entirely on the nature of the blow but on the nature of the recipient. We cannot know the nature of ...

Published: Thursday 12 November 1953
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 584 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

43a. Bond Street. Baling. London. W5

... Constantinople (Martin, History of Wath-upon-Dearna ) and wimples of such fonts are reported exist not only (made Thomas Hardy Strata). Wragby and BlrstalL but probably a number other places also. In the last-named ease, says Craddock ( History ...