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LungeloN_Zulu: War of The Worlds x H.G. Wells Tess of The D'Ubervilles x Thomas Hardy Sense & Sensibility x Jane Austen Oliver Twist x Charles Dickens Lord of The Flies x William Golding

nicki8283: We want YOU to win a pair of tickets to Thomas Rhett's 'Center Point Road' Tour with special guests Cole Swindell & Hardy, on Saturday, August 22 at the XFINITY Theatre!

bethmichaelfox: Glorious Thomas Hardy snippet - a note from his diaries.

2toes_: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

londonclarke2: “Beauty lay not in the thing, but in what the thing symbolized.” ― Thomas Hardy, Tess of the D'Urbervilles

liddle_the: Vanity Fair - Thackeray Persuasion- Jane Austen Brick Lane - Monica Ali Far from the madding crowd - Thomas Hardy

CONSCIOUSBEATS8: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

welfordwrites: Neutral Tones, a poem by Thomas Hardy

KitchensNicolas: "Time changes everything except something within us which is always surprised by change." Thomas Hardy

koolieest: i have been feeling awful mentally, like just really bad, to the point of having to go home to escape the pressures of social anxiety, but guess what? It’s all gonna be okay because Venom 2 starring Edward Thomas Hardy comes out October 2nd, 2020.

HitmanHeitzie: Celine Faulkner Graham Greene Knut Hamsun Donald Westlake/Richard Stark Stefan Zweig Thomas Hardy D.H. Lawrence Theodore Fontane Patrick Modiano

CONSCIOUSBEATS: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

Garland_Hub: And yet to every bad there is a worse. – Thomas Hardy

thereaderorg: "I love this poem. Yes, it is melancholy, yes it speaks of the death of love but it is so searingly honest – everything stripped back and stripped bare." This week's Featured Poem is Neutral Tones by Thomas Hardy - read on:

Jo_History: Happy New Week ! 'Yet saw he something in the lives Of those who ceased to live That rounded them with majesty, Which living failed to give.' Thomas Hardy.

citizen_alf: Hi - I'm reading "The Complete Works of Thomas Hardy (Illustrated) (Prometheus Classics)" by Thomas Hardy, Prometheus Classics and wanted to share this quote with you.

kach022: Wilson Rawls, Where the Red Fern Grows Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd Toni Morrison, Beloved J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter ~ Loyalty, Lovers, Family, Friendship ~

nicki8283: We want YOU to win a pair of tickets to Thomas Rhett's 'Center Point Road' Tour with special guests Cole Swindell & Hardy, on Saturday, August 22 at the XFINITY Theatre!

EugieReven: "Men had not paused to answer. Foes distraught Pierced the thinned peoples in a brute-like blindness, Philosophies that sages long had taught, And Selflessness, were as an unknown thought, And “Hell!” and “Shell!” were yapped at Lovingkindness". — Thomas Hardy

j3anween: “people go on marrying because they can’t resist natural forces, and although many of them may know perfectly well that they're possibly buying a month’s pleasure with a life’s discomfort” —Thomas Hardy, Jude the Obscure 1895.

welfordwrites: Thomas Hardy’s poem “The Roman Road”

BEATS4MIXTAPES_: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

BNArchive: This kitchen at Wellbridge Manor House provided Thomas Hardy with a setting for Tess and Angel Clare's ill-fated honeymoon in 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles,' the hearth remaining the same many years later, The Sphere, 21 January 1928

DonnaMaderer: ...reminiscence is less an endowment than a disease... ~ Thomas Hardy, Far From the Madding Crowd

sukasukasaja3: Time changes everything except something within us which is always surprised by change. (Thomas Hardy)

bosieboohoo: wtf are u saying literary classic by thomas hardy

telkosaurus: Angel Clare is also my fictional nemesis and I have hold this opinion for years ⤵️Very good My Fictional Nemesis: Why Thomas Hardy's Angel Clare is the Worst

welfordwrites: Near Lanivet, 1872, a poem by Thomas Hardy

CONSCIOUSBEATSX: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

CONSCIOUSBEATS: “There's a friendly tie of some sort between music and eating.”―Thomas Hardy

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When Smoke Stood Up From Ludlow
 by A. E. Housman

When smoke stood up from Ludlow,
And mist blew off from Teme,
And blithe afield to ploughing
Against the morning beam
I strode beside my team,

The blackbird in the coppice
Looked out to see me stride,
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