3 edition of A pair of blue eyes. found in the catalog.
A pair of blue eyes.
|Statement||Original illus. by Graham Brownridge.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H222 P20, PR4750.P3 P20|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||70552794|
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Hardy's third published novel, A pair of blue eyes has often overshadowed by the popularity of its successor, far from the adding crowd. Yet it remains notable, not merely for showing the full emergence of those ironies of known work but also for its autobiographical qualities/5.
*A Pair of Blue Eyes* is often called one of Hardy's minor novels -- which means it's usually passed over and ignored, in favor of his monumental successes, *Tess of the d'Urbervilles*, *Jude the Obscure*, or *Far From the Madding Crowd*.Cited by: A Pair of Blue Eyes - Kindle edition by Hardy, Thomas.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Pair of Blue Eyes/5(53). A pair of blue eyes, By Thomas Hardy Elfride Swancourt is the daughter of the Rector of Endelstow, a remote sea-swept parish in Corwall based on St Juliot, where Hardy began A Pair of Blue Eyes during the beginning of his courtship of his first wife, Emma/5(16).
With a new Introduction by Cedric Watts, Research Professor of English, University of Sussex. 'A Pair of Blue Eyes', though early in the sequence of Hardy's novels, is lively and gripping. Its dramatic cliff-hanging episode, for example, is at once tense, ironic, feministic and erotic.
With settings in Wessex and London, the novel also has some strongly autobiographical features, as the blue 4/5(14).