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Jude the Obscure


Word Count: 696Approx Pages: 3

Jude the Obscure Jude the obscure is a novel of pessimistic which is essentially one of the defeated hopes and unrealized aspirations of the hero who belongs to the labouring masses. ... Jude is a youth of hopes and dreams. ... Jude and Sue are combined by sexuality. ... Reasons from Jude himself: Jude is a person of...

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Jude the Obscure


Word Count: 982Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

Jude the Obscure Jude Fawley is presented in Hardy"s novel as an ordinary, working-class man of humble origins struggling hard to realize his dreams but thwarted by a cruel fate and a pitiless, snobbish social system. ... Part of Jude's tragedy arises from his incurable idealism. ... Jude is impressed with her beauty and the w...

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Far from madding crowd


Word Count: 382Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

Compromising Female Characters in Far From the Madding Crowd, Tess of the d"Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure The novels of Thomas Hardy are intricate and complicated works whose plots seem to be completely planned before the first word is ever actually formed on paper. Though I have no proof of Hardy"s method of writing, it is clear that&...

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Women in Thomas Hardy


Word Count: 1140Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

Also written around this time, the highly controversial Jude the Obscure could also be cited as another reflection of the tension within his marriage. Aside from this fact, Hardy"s reputation did not falter and he created Sue Bridehead, Jude"s main heroine. When Jude was written in 1895, society was quickly modernizing and the role of women ...

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She at His Funeral


Word Count: 277Approx Pages: 1Has Bibliography

His novels Tess of the D'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure, received negative reviews upon publication and Hardy was criticized for being too occupied with sex. ...

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The Individual: A Victim of Society


Word Count: 3713Approx Pages: 15Has Bibliography

It may be said that Jude, Karl and Smith were more sinned against than sinned. ... Jude, of Jude the Obscure is another protagonist which faces the pressures of oppression, only on an entirely different plane. ... Because of this circumstance, Jude"s marriage with Arabella was compelled, as it was seen as shameful to have a child out&#...

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The Tragic Consciousness of Hardy¡¯s


Word Count: 1335Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

The Wessex girl Eustacia, the mayor of Casterbridge, Tess of the d ¯Urbervills and stone-mason Jude, as described by Hardy, vibrate our heart with the profundity of tragic vision and intensity of tragic feeling. ... When the child of the couple died tragically, Sue cried to Jude distressingly, °Fate has given us this stab in ...

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Critical Commentary of the western circuit


Word Count: 626Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

He trained as an Architect and pursued this to 1874 when he wrote his novel Far From The Madding Crowd which was successful and allowed hardy to devote himself to writing he continued writing novels till 1895 when he gave up fiction as he latest novel Jude The Obscure was condemned in reviews as an immoral attack on the institution of marriage. ...

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Thomas Hardy


Word Count: 1342Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

His novels Tess of the D\'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure, received negative reviews upon publication and Hardy was criticized for being too occupied with sex. ...

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Poem Comparison Dover Beach


Word Count: 1759Approx Pages: 7

"Dover Beach" and "The Impercipient" a comparison During the Victorian period Britain experienced many changes. She was named "The workshop of the world". She controlled a vast empire which obtained raw materials for factories and territories in Britain"s fast-growing cities. India was known ...

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Growth of Novels In The Victorian Age


Word Count: 6746Approx Pages: 27Has Bibliography

An ode the woman herself, Queen Victoria, and the subsequent characteristics of the Victorian period In an unpredictable, tumultuous era, the stern, staid figure of Queen Victoria came to represent stability and continuity. The adjective "Victorian" was first used in 1851 to celebrate the nation's mounting pride in its institutions and comm...

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