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The Return of the native / Thomas Hardy

By: Hardy, ThomasMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Book League of America, 1992Description: 470 pagesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781857151169; 185715116XSubject(s): Novelists, English | English fictionDDC classification: 823 LOC classification: PR4747 | .A1 1937Dissertation note: The Return of the Native, Thomas Hardy: As the resting man looked at the barrow he became aware that its summit, hitherto the highest object in the whole prospect round, was surmounted by something higher. It rose from the semiglobular mound like a spike from a helmet. The first instinct of an imaginative stranger might have been to suppose it the person of one of the Celts who built the barrow
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The Return of the Native, Thomas Hardy: As the resting man looked at the barrow he became aware that its summit, hitherto the highest object in the whole prospect round, was surmounted by something higher. It rose from the semiglobular mound like a spike from a helmet. The first instinct of an imaginative stranger might have been to suppose it the person of one of the Celts who built the barrow

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