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Thomas Hardy war ein britischer Schriftsteller. Thomas Hardy (* 2. Juni in Higher Bockhampton bei Dorchester, Dorset; † Januar in Dorchester, Dorset) war ein britischer Schriftsteller. Jude the Obscure is a novel by Thomas Hardy, which began as a magazine serial in December and was first published in book form in It is Hardy's. von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Thomas Hardy". Thomas Hardy ist mir erst im letzten Jahr mit „Jude Fawley, der Unbekannte“ bekannt geworden. Doch schon mit dem Buch konnte er mich restlos begeistern. Nun.
Thomas Hardy, , war einer der wichtigsten Romanciers der englischen Literatur. Seine Wessex-Romane machten ihn weltbekannt. Jude the Obscure is a novel by Thomas Hardy, which began as a magazine serial in December and was first published in book form in It is Hardy's. in Upper Bockhampton (Dorset)† in Max Gate (Dorset)THOMAS HARDYs Romane werden von einem zutiefst pessimistischen Weltbild.
James Laughlin Award. Ambroggio Prize. Dear Poet Project. The Voice. The Ruined Maid. Channel Firing.
The Subalterns. The Going. The Oxen. The Man He Killed. How Great My Grief. During Wind and Rain. To A Sea-Cliff. The Interloper.
The Glimpse. At the Piano. In the Garden. An August Midnight. The Year's Awakening. I Found Her Out There.
The High-School Lawn. Her Father. Where They Lived. In a Whispering Gallery. The Voice of Things. The Darkling Thrush.
Her Initials. The Wound. The Self-Unseeing. To Life. While some suggest that Hardy gave up writing novels following the harsh criticism of Jude the Obscure in , the poet C.
Sisson calls this "hypothesis" "superficial and absurd". Thomas Hardy wrote in a great variety of poetic forms, including lyrics , ballads , satire, dramatic monologues , and dialogue, as well as a three-volume epic closet drama The Dynasts —08 ,  and though in some ways a very traditional poet, because he was influenced by folksong and ballads,  he "was never conventional," and "persistently experiment[ed] with different, often invented, stanza forms and metres,  and made use of "rough-hewn rhythms and colloquial diction".
Some of Hardy's more famous poems are from "Poems of —13", part of Satires of Circumstance , written following the death of his wife Emma in They had been estranged for 20 years, and these lyric poems express deeply felt "regret and remorse".
Many of Hardy's poems deal with themes of disappointment in love and life, and "the perversity of fate", but the best of them present these themes with "a carefully controlled elegiac feeling".
Although his poems were initially not as well received as his novels had been, Hardy is now recognised as one of the great poets of the 20th century, and his verse had a profound influence on later writers, including Robert Frost , W.
Auden , Dylan Thomas , and Philip Larkin. Hardy's family was Anglican , but not especially devout. He was baptised at the age of five weeks and attended church, where his father and uncle contributed to music.
He did not attend the local Church of England school, instead being sent to Mr Last's school, three miles away.
As a young adult, he befriended Henry R. Bastow a Plymouth Brethren man , who also worked as a pupil architect, and who was preparing for adult baptism in the Baptist Church.
Hardy flirted with conversion, but decided against it. This concluded Hardy's links with the Baptists.
The irony and struggles of life, coupled with his naturally curious mind, led him to question the traditional Christian view of God:.
The 'tribal god, man-shaped, fiery-faced and tyrannous' is replaced by the 'unconscious will of the Universe' which progressively grows aware of itself and 'ultimately, it is to be hoped, sympathetic'.
Scholars have debated Hardy's religious leanings for years, often unable to reach a consensus. Once, when asked in correspondence by a clergyman, Dr.
Grosart, about the question of reconciling the horrors of human and animal life with "the absolute goodness and non-limitation of God",  Hardy replied,.
Hardy regrets that he is unable to offer any hypothesis which would reconcile the existence of such evils as Dr.
Grosart describes with the idea of omnipotent goodness. Perhaps Dr. Grosart might be helped to a provisional view of the universe by the recently published Life of Darwin and the works of Herbert Spencer and other agnostics.
Hardy frequently conceived of, and wrote about, supernatural forces, particularly those that control the universe through indifference or caprice, a force he called The Immanent Will.
He also showed in his writing some degree of fascination with ghosts and spirits. Hardy's friends during his apprenticeship to John Hicks included Horace Moule one of the eight sons of Henry Moule , and the poet William Barnes , both ministers of religion.
Moule remained a close friend of Hardy's for the rest of his life, and introduced him to new scientific findings that cast doubt on literal interpretations of the Bible,  such as those of Gideon Mantell.
Moule gave Hardy a copy of Mantell's book The Wonders of Geology in , and Adelene Buckland has suggested that there are "compelling similarities" between the "cliffhanger" section from A Pair of Blue Eyes and Mantell's geological descriptions.
Throughout his life, Hardy sought a rationale for believing in an afterlife or a timeless existence, turning first to spiritualists, such as Henri Bergson, and then to Albert Einstein and J.
McTaggart, considering their philosophy on time and space in relation to immortality. Sites associated with Hardy's own life and which inspired the settings of his novels continue to attract literary tourists and casual visitors.
Lawrence 's Study of Thomas Hardy indicates the importance of Hardy for him, even though this work is a platform for Lawrence's own developing philosophy rather than a more standard literary study.
The influence of Hardy's treatment of character, and Lawrence's own response to the central metaphysic behind many of Hardy's novels, helped significantly in the development of The Rainbow and Women in Love Wood and Stone , the first novel by John Cowper Powys , who was a contemporary of Lawrence, was "Dedicated with devoted admiration to the greatest poet and novelist of our age Thomas Hardy".
Hardy was clearly the starting point for the character of the novelist Edward Driffield in W. Somerset Maugham 's novel Cakes and Ale Hardy has been a significant influence on Nigel Blackwell, frontman of the post-punk British rock band Half Man Half Biscuit , who has often incorporated phrases some obscure by or about Hardy into his song lyrics.
Hardy divided his novels and collected short stories into three classes: [ citation needed ]. Hardy also produced minor tales; one story, The Spectre of the Real was written in collaboration with Florence Henniker.
His works have been collected as the volume Wessex Edition —13 and the volume Mellstock Edition — His largely self-written biography appears under his second wife's name in two volumes from to , as The Early Life of Thomas Hardy, —91 and The Later Years of Thomas Hardy, — , now published in a critical one-volume edition as The Life and Work of Thomas Hardy , edited by Michael Millgate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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