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Women as Signs in the Early Novels
Narrative Syntax in the Early Novels
Other Signs the Poor Man and
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already appropriate artist assertion attempt Bathsheba bigamy Blue Eyes Boumelha Chapter conventional Cytherea D'Urbervilles death described Desperate Remedies discourse discussion earlier early novels Elfride Elfride's emotional fallen woman feelings female feminine feminist critics feminist readings fiction figure Fitzpiers gender generalisations Giles girl Greenwood Tree Hand of Ethelberta Hardy's early Hardy's novels Helsinger heroine Hillis Miller husband Ibid implications Indiscretion individual Jocelyn Jude Jude the Obscure Knight Lady literary London Macmillan Madding Crowd male marriage marry Mary Barton masculine Mayor of Casterbridge meaning metatext Millgate moral Mountclere narrative syntax narrator narrator's nature Pair of Blue Partial Portraits passion pattern perceived plot Pursuit recognises rejecting relation Review second Avice semantic sensation sensation novels sense sequence sexual fall signification signs Similarly social society Springrove St Cleeve story structure syntactic Tess Tess's third Avice Thomas Hardy traditional unwomanly Viviette Well-Beloved wife womanly ideal women Woodlanders writing young