6 edition of Rural life in Wessex, 1500-1900 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HN398.W47 B47 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||89036188|
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Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. Rural Life in Wessex (Moonraker Press, £) Describes the life and work of the people who lived in the rural communities of Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, and the modern county of Avon from the Tudor period until the end of the 19th century.
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He kept the Hardy tradition alive between the world wars. 1 He was a pilgrim to ‘Wessex’ too, led there at first in by Siegfried Sassoon. Blunden later explored what was compelling about ‘Wessex,’ arguing that, in Return of the Native, Hardy Rural life in Wessex how Author: Sara Haslam.
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Blair, John & Ramsay, Nigel (eds) Bettey, J. H., Rural Life in Wessex,Sutton Publishing, This nonfiction look at rural Wessex before and during Hardy's time offers an indepth view of the 1500-1900 book of England in which Hardy set much of his work. Mallett, Phillip, ed., The Achievement of Thomas Hardy, Palgrave, About this Item: Rural life in Wessex Books, Paperback.
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‘Hundreds’ were administrative areas, usually Rural life in Wessex c acres. Aug 16, · As James Rebanks points out in his 1500-1900 book The Shepherd’s Life, visitors to the mountains are often oblivious to the human landscape generations of its inhabitants have made – or if not oblivious, then perhaps actively hostile to its putative poverty, destructiveness and inefficiency.
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Jul 22, · To respond very briefly, I’ve been thinking in terms of ‘Wessex’ mostly because I recently read perloffphoto.com’s ‘Rural Life in Wessex ’ where he made the point about the arable east of Wessex serving the nation’s wider grain demands and the grassier west involving smaller-scale and more self-sustaining farming.
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Alun Howkins, in ‘The Discovery of Rural England’, Englishness: Politics and Culture –, edited by Robert Colls and Philip Dodds (Beckenham, North Ryde, New South Wales, and New York: Croom Helm, ), pp–4, has dated the emergence of this characteristic landscape later, aroundas a response to social and economic crisis.
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Outlining the scheme of his last and bleakest novel from his earliest notes made inhe also explained that the direct impulse to write this novel was 'the death of a woman’ by whom Hardy most likely meant his cousin, Tryphena Sparks, to whom he was deeply attached.