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The Voice by Thomas Hardy

Thomas Hardy wrote the poem “The Voice” to remember his departed wife.  The poem shows that he was full of remorse for the way that their relationship had developed in the later years.  He is also haunted by his guilt … Continue reading

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Sound-Bites: Thomas Hardy’s ‘The Voice’

A reading by Gary Watson

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‘The Voice’ by Thomas Hardy

Woman much missed, how you call to me, call to me, Saying that now you are not as you were When you had changed from the one who was all to me, But as at first, when our day was … Continue reading

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The Son’s Veto -Hardy (notes)

THE SON’S VETO (1894) Hardy is the writer of a number of classic novels of the English Victorian era. He stopped writing novels altogether following the outcries that greeted Tess of the d’Urbervilles (1891) and Jude the Obscure (1895); both … Continue reading

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IGCSE Poems for Examination in 2012

From Songs of Ourselves from Part 3 (Poems from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries): Poems 96 to 109 inclusive, i.e. the following fourteen poems: Thomas Hardy, ‘The Voice’ Allen Curnow, ‘Time’ Mathew Arnold, ‘Dover Beach’ Adrienne Rich, ‘Amends’ Ted Hughes, … Continue reading

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