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Character and Environment in the Novels of Thomas Hardy
Herbert Borthwick Grimsditch
Limited preview - 1925
as Hardy a Philosopher?
2Jhe Human Predicament
3jMetaphysical Ethics and the NonTheistic Mystical
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affirmative resignation Alec ambition Angel anguish Arabella aspirations atheist Avice bad marriage Bathsheba Beauty believe Boldwood Buddha Camus characters Christianity Clare Clym Clym's compassion consciousness critics D.H. Lawrence d'Urbervilles death desire despair Egdon Egdon Heath Elizabeth-Jane emotions ethics Eustacia evil existence existential existentialist faith feeling Hand of Ethelberta happiness Hardy observes Hardy's novels harmony heath Henchard hope human predicament Ibid ideal idealist indifferent instinct Jude the Obscure Jude's live London Lord Mountclere lover Macmillan Madding Crowd man's married Mayor of Casterbridge means melioristic metaphysical mind misery moral mysticism Myth of Sisyphus Nature Nature's never noble eightfold path pain passion peace pessimism Phillotson philosophy Pierston pleasures position quest realized reason regarded religion renunciation response Return revolt Schopenhauer seems sense serene sexual social absurd sorrow soul spirit stoic Sue's suffering symbol Tess Tess's things thinkers Thomas Hardy thought tragedy universe Well-Beloved wish woman wrong Yeobright
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Ethics and the English Novel from Austen to Forster
No preview available - 2007