As a writer who achieved major eminence in both fiction and poetry and whose engagement with these genres encompassed the period of transition from Victorianism to Modernism, Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) enjoys a unique position in English Literary History. Michael Millgate, University Professor of English Emeritus at the University of Toronto is widely recognized as the world's foremost Thomas Hardy scholar. His contributions to the study of Hardy over more than three decades include his recently 'revisited' biography, the seven volume edition of Hardy's collected letters, and the influential critical study "Thomas Hardy: His Career as a Novelist."
In "Thomas Hardy Reappraised," editor Keith Wilson pays tribute to Millgate's many contributions to Hardy studies by bringing together new work by fifteen of the world's most eminent Hardy scholars. These essays address questions of biblical and literary allusiveness, cultural, historical, and philosophical context, narrative and poetic theory and practice, as well as Hardy's place in the modern world and his influence on younger writers. Together, the contributors offer one of the most significant reappraisals of Hardy's work to have appeared since Michael Millgate helped to transform Hardy studies. They offer graphic testimony to Hardy's enduring popularity and importance.
Ruth Bernard Yeazell
J. Hillis Miller
Jeremy V. Steele
William W. Morgan
W. J. Keith
|Hardcover Book, 304 pages||English|
|University of Toronto Press (Jun. 1st, 2006)||Unknown|
|9780802039552||6.32 x 9.14 x 1.08 inches|
|Literary Collections Essays|