(2009). Wessex, literary pilgrims and Thomas Hardy.
In: Watson, Nicola ed.
Literary Tourism and Nineteenth-Century Culture.
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 164–175.
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In this essay I examine the particular and unique contribution Hardy made to the literary construction of 'Wessex', his reasons for doing so, and how we might go about ascertaining his success in this project - in personal as well as literary terms.
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