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All the more because ... Middle-Age Enthusiasms The poem, dedicated to his sister Mary, suggests that in temperament and outlook she had much in common with Hardy. See Life, 371. Passed the mortal door, the mortal door having been passed. For this awkward inversion, compare the end of ' To Outer Nature'. In a Wood (1887, 1896) The note should read 'See "The Woodlanders'" ('Vide' in the first edition). No particular reference is intended; the novel shows many glimpses of the Darwinian conflict in Nature and its parallel in human affairs.
Fencibles, the 'Home Guard'. vernal, antithetical to 'sere', and used for the sake of rhyme. xxvii. Her Death and After Like other poems, this suggests that Hardy had a number of stories in mind when he abandoned prose for poetry. He said it would have made a prose tale (HLMSq. 137). he Western Wall, the avenued walk where the Roman wall once ran on the western side of Dorchester. the City, business in London. swinging trees/Rang. Compare line 7 for harmony of scene and mood. Field of Tombs • •• earthworks.
O laws of men. A subject Hardy took up in The Woodlanders and more strenuously (not without thoughts of Mrs Henniker; see ORFW. xxxvi-viii) in Jude. The Slow Nature (1894) A type of poem, turning on the ironies of fate, to which Hardy became over-partial. In a Eweleaze near Weatherbury (1890) eweleaze, sheep pasturage. grizzel, grey. The date of the composition and the place (near Puddletown) suggest some association with Tryphena Sparks. The scene of the illustration, across which a pair of spectacles is extended (to suggest an aged person looking back over the years) could be to the south or south-west of Puddletown.