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Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy by Penny Boumelha
  

Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy

Part of the New Casebooks Series

Synopsis

Jude the Obscure Thomas Hardy by Penny Boumelha

This volume in the New Casebook series examines and illustrates the ways in which Hardy criticism has been transformed by the growth of literary theory. Extracts from feminist, deconstructionist, Marxist and other contemporary readings of Jude the Obscure offer at once a range of discussions of the novel itself and a practical introduction to modes of theory-based interpretation. Boumelha's Introduction gives an overview of such contemporary developments in Hardy criticism.

Reviews

'I am a fervent admirer of these volumes because they provide an excellent introductory essay that acts as a guide to the other essays and the collection covers several aspects of the novel which is ideal for 'A'
Level students and undergraduates. This volume has depth and breadth

; the writing lucid.' - Vivian Thomas, University of Birmingham


About the Author

PENNY BOUMELHA is Deputy Vice Chancellor and Jury Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Adelaide.

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Book Info

Publication date

18th January 2000

Author

Penny Boumelha

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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

Format

Hardback
256 pages

Categories

Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers
Literary studies: c 1800 to c 1900

ISBN

9780333551356

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