Thomas Hardy's Jude The Obscure: A Critical Study

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THOMAS HARDY'S JUDE THE OBSCUREA study of Jude the Obscure using contemporary feminist and literary theory.Illustrated, with notes and a bibiography.Jude the Obscure (1895), Thomas Hardy's last novel, is a sister (or brother) book to Tess of the d'Urbervilles, before he turned to poetry and other forms of writing. The author attacks similar targets: the family, politics, religion, marriage, educat...

Hardcover: 188 pages
Publisher: Crescent Moon Publishing (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1861712715
ISBN-13: 978-1861712714
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 13430523
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Once you've read Jude the Obscure, you never forget it. Those characters haunt you - particularly Jude Fawley and Sue Bridehead. And it's such an *angry* novel, too, as Margaret Elvy points out. Thomas Hardy was on fire when he wrote this book, attac...

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uality. Hardy was on fire when he wrote Jude the Obscure - it is a very angry work.Jude the Obscure, though, contains far more polemic and philosophizing than Tess or any of the earlier novels. The preaching and polemic threatens to undo the narrative, which is nevertheless 'realist', like other Thomas Hardy fictions.In Jude the Obscure, Hardy was stretching the novel to the limit, testing the boundaries of what is 'acceptable'. In Jude the Obscure, the things that say 'you shan't' are, variously, God, religion, education, circumstance, chance, nature, and marriage. All of the institutions and 'causes' reside inside the individual, which is what makes the problems they create so difficult to deal with for Sue and Jude. Patriarchy, culture and society are not in some 'out there' space, but in people. Hardy's thoughts on Jude the Obscure, as expressed in the Life and letters, include his desire for a novel about characters 'into whose souls the iron has entered'; a desire to make the story 'grimy' in order to heighten the contrast between the ideal life and the 'squalid real life'; the novel 'makes for morality', Hardy said; and ended up 'a mass of imperfections', a remark many artists have made of their work.