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Wessex tales.

Dip into this delightful volume of short stories from famed British author Thomas Hardy. Spanning myriad aspects of nineteenth-century life, this eclectic collection of tales -- by turns quaint and caustic -- is sure to sate your craving for stories from the English countryside.

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  • "In Wessex Tales, his first collection of short stories, Hardy sought to record the legends, superstitions, local customs and lore of a Wessex that was rapidly passing out of memory. But these Tales also portray the social and economic stresses of Dorset in the 1880s, and reveal Hardy's growing skepticism about the possibility of achieving personal and sexual satisfaction in the modern world. --From publisher's description."
  • "This 1888 collection set in the fictional county of Wessex contains six short stories focusing on nineteenth century issues like marriage, status, and sickness."
  • "Dip into this delightful volume of short stories from famed British author Thomas Hardy. Spanning myriad aspects of nineteenth-century life, this eclectic collection of tales -- by turns quaint and caustic -- is sure to sate your craving for stories from the English countryside."@en

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