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    Jude the Obscure (Dover Thrift Editions) by Thomas Hardy

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    SSC Book Club's 20 books to read before you are 20: Jude The Obscure by Thomas Hardy

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    Angela DelaCruz • 2 years ago

    Very dreamlike....Every time I hear these lines in Pink Floyd's "Time" I think of this book." Home, home again I like to be here when I can And when I come home cold and tired Its good to warm my bones beside the fire Far away across the field The tolling of the iron bell Calls the faithful to their knees To hear the softly spoken magic spells."

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Jude the Obscure - dark, depressing and brilliant - Hardy's masterpiece traces a poor stonemason's ill-fated romance with his free-spirited cousin. No Victorian institution is spared — marriage, religion, education — and the outrage following publication led the embittered author to renounce fiction. Modern critics hail this novel as a pioneering work of feminism and socialist thought.

tess of the durbavilles, thomas hardy - important becuz it challenged sexual conventions of its time

In a fit of drunken anger, Michael Henchard sells his wife and baby daughter for five guineas at a country fair. Over the course of the following years, he manages to establish himself as a respected and prosperous pillar of the community of Casterbridge. Hardy beautifully ties together the connections and heartbreaks of various characters. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves to read books with depth and soul. Thomas Hardy is one of my favorite authors, truly a talented man.

Thomas Hardy later in life I would llike two of him to come. Lots of people want to know him