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Author: Thomas Hardy
A heroine is torn between the dilapidated aristocratic romance of the past and the energetic technocracy of the modern world.
Bathsheba Everdine is a strong and sensual girl who seeks complete and total devotion from her suitors.
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Set in a world that rivals Balzac and Dickens, English novelist Thomas Hardy's first Wessex novel focuses on life in a rural area, rather than on life in the ...
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