'Thomas Hardy', (1929). British novelist and poet Hardy (1840-1928) is regarded as one of the greatest of British writers. His books, set in the fictional county of Wessex, based on Dorset, powerfully evoke the atmosphere of everyday life in rural England before the coming of the railways. From Bournemouth: The centre of health and sunshine, a booklet promoting tourism in the Bournemouth area. [Published in 1929]
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