Hardy's Geography reconsiders a familiar element in Hardy's novels:
their use of place and, specifically, of Dorset. Hardy said his
Wessex was a 'partly real, partly dream-country'. This study
examines how reality and dream interact in his work. Should we look
for a real place corresponding to Casterbridge? What is the
relation between one person's feelings for a place and society's
view of it. Pite concludes that Hardy addresses these issues
through a distinctive regional awareness.
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