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Hardy and his readers

Autor: T R Wright
Editorial: Houndmills [U.K.] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Resumen:
"This study examines the fraught relationship Hardy had with his readers. He resented their bourgeois values and beliefs, in particular their hypocritical form of Christianity, with its repression of the body. Initially content to compromise, to provide them with congenial entertainment, Hardy resorted at first to 'back-door' strategies of subversion, smuggling obscene and blasphemous material past his editors, and  Leer más
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Persona designada: Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy
Tipo de material: Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: T R Wright
ISBN: 0333962605 9780333962602
Número OCLC: 51118133
Descripción: x, 241 p. ; 23 cm.
Contenido: Hardy's contemporary readers: some introductory questions --
'Breaking into fiction': the Tinsley novels --
The Cornhill stories: 'Healthy reading for the British public? --
'Middling Hardy': reconsidering his readers --
Graphic tragedies: writing for two audiences --
'Phase the last: farewell to fiction.'
Responsabilidad: T.R. Wright.
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Resumen:

"This study examines the fraught relationship Hardy had with his readers. He resented their bourgeois values and beliefs, in particular their hypocritical form of Christianity, with its repression of the body. Initially content to compromise, to provide them with congenial entertainment, Hardy resorted at first to 'back-door' strategies of subversion, smuggling obscene and blasphemous material past his editors, and finally to outspoken attack." "Professor Wright's analysis of this relationship attempts to balance historical research into the response of 'actual' readers (based on manuscript letters to Hardy and his own scrapbooks of reviews) with literary-critical analysis of the 'implied' reader inscribed in the novels themselves. He also pays close attention to the material conditions of publishing in the Victorian period."--Jacket.

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