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Poems by Thomas Hardy
Poem Commentaries [Page]
A Mellstock Poems Walk [Page]
A Mellstock poems walk at the very heart of Hardy country Dorset.
A Mellstock Poems Walk [Event]
Meet at Thorncombe Wood Car Park (NGR SY724922) for a gentle four mile walk through the heart of Hardy Country
'Love, praise, indifference, blame' [Event]
Phillip Mallett, University of St Andrews. This talk looks at some of the 150 or so poems Hardy wrote about his first wife, Emma, after her death in 1912.
The Face At The Casement [Event]
?Readings and Poems to be recited outside St. Clether Vicarage, the 17thC cottage which was home to William Sergant, Hardy's love rival for Emma Gifford.
Exploring Egdon Heath [Event]
Led by Joy Wallace and Wendy Barter Smee this is an opportunity to get into the countryside beyond Hardy's Cottage and listen to Hardy's poems
Hardy's Wessex [Page]
Songs From Weatherbury [Event]
Songs From Weatherbury
Thomas Hardy and Art [Event]
From the National Gallery’s Collection in 1851 to Hardy’s exploration of artistic themes in his poetry and prose
Men Who March Away [Event]
Men Who March Away
The Strange House [Event]
A walk from the United Church, Dorchester, to Max Gate where John Hayes (National Trust house manager) will give a talk about the house
A Portrait of Tess/Mr Hardy's War [Event]
The portrait is of Agatha Cox 'Her on whom I thought when I wrote Tess'. She married Hamo Thorneycroft, the sculptor, in 1884 and thus became the aunt of Sigfried Sassoon.
The Thomas Hardy Society Essay Competition [News]
Calling all Y10 and 11 and A-level English Literature students!
2018 Patrick Tolfree Student Essay Competition [News]
Welcome to this year's Patrick Tolfree essay competition, open to students of any academic level over the age of 18 and living anywhere in the world.
2016 Conference [Page]
Hardy Conference 2016
Short stories [Page]
Hidden Faces, Hidden Places [News]
Hidden Faces, Hidden Places: Stories behind Objects from the Thomas Hardy Archive
Hardy and the Titanic by Tracy Hayes [Page]
On 15 April 1912, the RMS TITANIC sank in the early hours of the morning after colliding with an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean.
Links to Societies promoting Thomas Hardy
Frequently Asked Questions about Thomas Hardy
Hardy and Valentine's Day by Tracy Hayes [Page]
The most famous instance of a Valentine appearing in Hardy's works is of course the chapter 'Sortes Sanctorum' in Far From the Madding Crowd.
Exhibition Concept Developer - Thomas Hardy, Wessex Museums Partnership [News]
As part of our National Portfolio Organisation programme, the Wessex Museums Partnership will deliver a major exhibition on the life and work of Thomas Hardy in the summer of 2021
Starts 19:30 until 21:00
Starts 19:30 until 22:30
Starts 09:45 until 18:00
Starts 10:30 until 17:00