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By F. B. Pinion

This biography comprises new disclosures and interpretations of facts, neglecting not anything major in Hardy's early years or his later existence. It attracts from innumerable assets, together with all his released writings (not least the poems), biographies of him and of contemporaries, correspondence of acquaintances and friends, Emma Hardy's diaries, and plenty of unpublished letters from her and Florence Hardy, and short historical past introductions point out how a few of Hardy's pals motivated his occupation or enriched his existence.

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