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The complete poems of Thomas Hardy

Already an established novelist, for the final 30 years of his life Thomas Hardy abandoned fiction and devoted himself entirely to his first love, poetry. This collection includes over 900 poems and a detailed notes section.

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  • "Already an established novelist, for the final 30 years of his life Thomas Hardy abandoned fiction and devoted himself entirely to his first love, poetry. This collection includes over 900 poems and a detailed notes section."@en
  • "Thomas Hardy's first love was always poetry, but it was not until 1898, when he was fifty-eight years old and had already established his reputation with fourteen novels and over forty short stories, that his first book of poetry, Wessex Poems, was published. For the final thirty years of his life he abandoned fiction and devoted himself entirely to poetry. ... The Complete Poems, appearing for the first time in paperback, was edited by James Gibson for the New Wessex series and includes all of Hardy's prolific output of over 900 poems -- his eight books of verse, all the uncollected poems, 'Domicilium' and the songs from The Dynasts. --PAPERMAC."@en

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  • "Poetry"
  • "Poezja angielska"

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  • "The complete poems of Thomas Hardy"
  • "The complete poems of Thomas Hardy"@en
  • "The complete poems of thomas hardy : 1St American ed"
  • "The Complete poems"
  • "The Complete Poems of Thomas Hardy"@en
  • "The Complete Poems of Thomas Hardy"
  • "The Complete Poems"
  • "Complete poems"@en
  • "The Complete poems of Thomas Hardy"
  • "The Complete poems of Thomas Hardy"@en
  • "The Complete poems of Thomas Hardy : the new Wessex edition"
  • "Thomas Hardy"
  • "The complete poems"@en
  • "The complete poems"
  • "Complete poems of Thomas Hardy"@en
  • "Thomas Hardy : the complete poems"
  • "Complete poems : The new Wessex edition"

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