Tess of the Road

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the Road has a total of 544 pages which are papers from writer 'Rachel Hartman'. Meet Tess, a brave new heroine from beloved epic fantasy author Rachel Hartman. "Surprising, rewarding, and enlightening, both a fantasy adventure and a meta discourse on consent, shame, and female empowerment."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review "Not to be ignored. Absolutely essential."--Booklist, starred review In the medieval kingdom of Goredd, women are expected to be ladies, men are their protectors, and dragons can be whomever they choose. Tess is none of these things. Tess is. . . different. She speaks out of turn, has wild ideas, and can't seem to keep out of trouble. Then Tess goes too far. What she's done is so disgraceful, she can't even allow herself to think of it. Unfortunately, the past cannot be ignored. So Tess's family decide the only path for her is a nunnery. But on the day she is to join the nuns, Tess chooses a different path for herself. She cuts her hair, pulls on her boots, and sets out on a journey. She's not running away, she's running towards something. What that something is, she doesn't know. Tess just knows that the open road is a map to somewhere else--a life where she might belong. Returning to the spellbinding world of the Southlands she created in the award-winning, New York Times bestselling novel Seraphina, Rachel Hartman explores self-reliance and redemption in this wholly original fantasy. 2018-02-27 time of publication of the book, [-Random House Books for Young Readers-]"

Publisher : Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages : 544 Paper
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
No.ID : OZIoDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1101931302
ISBN-13 : 9781101931301
Time : 2018-02-27
Author : Rachel Hartman
Size : 652 KB/s
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Reading and Mapping Hardy's Roads

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"Reading and Mapping Hardy's Roads has a total of 146 pages which are papers from writer 'Scott Rode'. This book examines Thomas Hardy's representations of the road and the ways the archaeological and historical record of roads inform his work. Through an analysis of the uneven and often competing road signs found within three of his major novels - The Return of the Native, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, and Jude the Obscure - and by mapping the road travels of his protagonists, this book argues that the road as represented by Hardy provides a palimpsest that critiques the Victorian construction of social and sexual identities. Balancing modern exigencies with mythic possibilities, Hardy's fictive roads exist as contested spaces that channel desire for middle-class assimilation even as they provide the means both to reinforce and to resist conformity to hegemonic authority. 2006 time of publication of the book, [-Taylor & Francis-]"

Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Pages : 146 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : KxQBVZ9OSskC
ISBN-10 : 0415978386
ISBN-13 : 9780415978385
Time : 2006
Author : Scott Rode
Size : 973 KB/s
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Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles

Original Synopsis

"Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles has a total of 228 pages which are papers from writer 'Alka Saxena, Sudhir Dixit'. The Book Is A Full-Length Study On The Various Issues Presented In This Novel And Aims At Solving The Difficulties The Novel Presents To The Indian Students. The Novel Is Studied And Analysed From Various Angles And Its Relation With Other Works Of Hardy Is Deftly Analysed. We Hope This Book Will Be Extremely Useful For The Students. 2001-01-01 time of publication of the book, [-Atlantic Publishers & Dist-]"

Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
Pages : 228 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : n45KUGyNsYQC
ISBN-10 : 9788171569700
ISBN-13 : 8171569706
Time : 2001-01-01
Author : Alka Saxena, Sudhir Dixit
Size : 145 KB/s
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Tess of the D'Urbervilles

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the D'Urbervilles has a total of 516 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. 2010-03-12 time of publication of the book, [-Clarke Press-]"

Publisher : Clarke Press
Pages : 516 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : fYOwA37QtRwC
ISBN-10 : 9780553211047
ISBN-13 : 0553211048
Time : 2010-03-12
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 951 KB/s
Format : EPUB and PDF

Original Synopsis

"TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES (Literature Classics Series) has a total of 436 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. Tess Durbeyfield is the oldest child of John and Joan, uneducated peasants living in an impoverished rural village in Wessex, during the Long Depression of the 1870s. One day, her father is given the hint that they may have noble blood and that they are successors of a noble Norman family D'Urberville. Tess's fortune is changed after one accident and she decides to visit Mrs. D'Urberville, a rich widow who lives in the nearby town, and "claim kin". Though now considered a major nineteenth-century English novel and Hardy's masterpiece, Tess of the d'Urbervilles originally received mixed reviews because it challenged the sexual morals of late Victorian England. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) was an English novelist and poet. A Victorian realist in the tradition of George Eliot, he was influenced both in his novels and in his poetry by Romanticism, especially William Wordsworth and Charles Dickens. Like Dickens, he was highly critical of much in Victorian society, though Hardy focused more on a declining rural society. While Hardy regarded himself primarily as a poet, initially he gained fame as the author of novels, including Far from the Madding Crowd, Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure. Most of his fictional works were set in the semi-fictional region of Wessex. They explored tragic characters struggling against their passions and social circumstances. 2017-05-29 time of publication of the book, [-Musaicum Books-]"

Publisher : Musaicum Books
Pages : 436 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : 2nFODwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 807583240X
ISBN-13 : 9788075832405
Time : 2017-05-29
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 687 KB/s
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Tess of the d’Urbervilles: A Pure Woman

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the d’Urbervilles: A Pure Woman has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. Chios Classics brings literature's greatest works back to life for new generations. All our books contain a linked table of contents. Tess of the d'Urbervilles is considered the most famous work of Thomas Hardy.The novel, considered one of the best of the 19th century, was controversial at the time of its release because it challenged the sexual morals of Victorian-era England. 2018-03-22 time of publication of the book, [-Charles River Editors via PublishDrive-]"

Publisher : Charles River Editors via PublishDrive
Pages : Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : UTlZDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1508012636
ISBN-13 : 9781508012634
Time : 2018-03-22
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 628 KB/s
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Tess

Original Synopsis

"Tess has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Emma Tennant'. In Tess, Tennant offers us an interpretation of Hardy's novel that places the real women in the author's life at its centre. Tess is based on Hardy's real-life obsession with a milkmaid named Augusta Way, who became the model for his tragic heroine Tess of the D'Urbervilles, and Augusta's daughter, Gertrude Bugler, who played Tess in Hardy's stage adaptation of the book. Set in the late Sixties, the spirit of the doomed Tess lives on in a pair of sisters - plain-faced Liza Lu and another dark, beautiful Tess. 2013-08-15 time of publication of the book, [-A&C Black-]"

Publisher : A&C Black
Pages : Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : Yppahr_pHaEC
ISBN-10 : 1448213088
ISBN-13 : 9781448213085
Time : 2013-08-15
Author : Emma Tennant
Size : 284 KB/s
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Tess

Original Synopsis

"Tess has a total of 160 pages which are papers from writer 'Kirsten McDougall'. In the silence she could hear the oncoming hum, like a large flock approaching. She didn't want to hear his story; she'd had enough of them. Tess is on the run when she's picked up from the side of the road by lonely middle-aged father Lewis Rose. With reluctance, she's drawn into his family troubles and comes to know a life she never had. Set in Masterton at the turn of the millennium, Tess is a gothic love story about the ties that bind and tear a family apart. "I love novels about amelioration, about people trying to mend things and fix themselves. Kirsten McDougall's brave and brilliant Tess is one of these. A novel of tender observation and deftly judged suspense, Tess imagines what it might mean for someone to really know what goes on inside others" —Elizabeth Knox 2017-10-01 time of publication of the book, [-Victoria University Press-]"

Publisher : Victoria University Press
Pages : 160 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : vc03DwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1776561384
ISBN-13 : 9781776561384
Time : 2017-10-01
Author : Kirsten McDougall
Size : 769 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and PDF

Love In Uncertain Times

Original Synopsis

"Love In Uncertain Times has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Patricia Watters'. time of publication of the book, [-Lulu.com-]"

Publisher : Lulu.com
Pages : Paper
Genre :
No.ID : hNqSBgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1300626674
ISBN-13 : 9781300626671
Time :
Author : Patricia Watters
Size : 464 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the d'Urbervilles - With Audio Level 6 Oxford Bookworms Library has a total of 144 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. A level 6 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. This version includes an audio book: listen to the story as you read. Retold for Learners of English by Clare West. A pretty young girl has to leave home to make money for her family. She is clever and a good worker; but she is uneducated and does not know the cruel ways of the world. So, when a rich young man says he loves her, she is careful - but not careful enough. He is persuasive, and she is overwhelmed. It is not her fault, but the world says it is. Her young life is already stained by men's desires, and by death. 2015-03-05 time of publication of the book, [-Oxford University Press-]"

Publisher : Oxford University Press
Pages : 144 Paper
Genre : Foreign Language Study
No.ID : hD0mCAAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0194631087
ISBN-13 : 9780194631082
Time : 2015-03-05
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 288 KB/s
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Tess of the d'Urbervilles (黛絲姑娘)

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the d'Urbervilles (黛絲姑娘) has a total of 68 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. Young Tess Durbeyfield attempts to restore her family's fortunes by claiming their connection with the aristocratic d'Urbervilles. But Alec d'Urberville is a rich wastrel who seduces her and makes her life miserable. When Tess meets Angel Clare, she is offered true love and happiness, but her past catches up with her and she faces an agonizing moral choice. Hardy's indictment of society's double standards, and his depiction of Tess as "a pure woman," caused controversy in his day and has held the imagination of readers ever since. Hardy thought it his finest novel, and Tess the most deeply felt character he ever created. 2011-09-15 time of publication of the book, [-Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.-]"

Publisher : Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.
Pages : 68 Paper
Genre : Foreign Language Study
No.ID : i2odAwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 :
Time : 2011-09-15
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 911 KB/s
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TESS OF THE D’UBERVILLES

Original Synopsis

"TESS OF THE D’UBERVILLES has a total of 359 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. Preface to the Fifth and Later Editions This novel being one wherein the great campaign of the heroine begins after an event in her experience which has usually been treated as fatal to her part of protagonist, or at least as the virtual ending of her enterprises and hopes, it was quite contrary to avowed conventions that the public should welcome the book, and agree with me in holding that there was something more to be said in fiction than had been said about the shaded side of a well-known catastrophe. But the responsive spirit in which Tess of the d'Urbervilles has been received by the readers of England and America, would seem to prove that the plan of laying down a story on the lines of tacit opinion, instead of making it to square with the merely vocal formulae of society, is not altogether a wrong one, even when exemplified in so unequal and partial an achievement as the present. For this responsiveness I cannot refrain from expressing my thanks; and my regret is that, in a world where one so often hungers in vain for friendship, where even not to be wilfully misunderstood is felt as a kindness, I shall never meet in person these appreciative readers, male and female, and shake them by the hand. I include amongst them the reviewers - by far the majority - who have so generously welcomed the tale. Their words show that they, like the others, have only too largely repaired my defects of narration by their own imaginative intuition. Nevertheless, though the novel was intended to be neither didactic nor aggressive, but in the scenic parts to be representative simply, and in the contemplative to be oftener charged with impressions than with convictions, there have been objectors both to the matter and to the rendering. The more austere of these maintain a conscientious difference of opinion concerning, among other things, subjects fit for art, and reveal an inability to associate the idea of the sub-title adjective with any but the artificial and derivative meaning which has resulted to it from the ordinances of civilization. They ignore the meaning of the word in Nature, together with all aesthetic claims upon it, not to mention the spiritual interpretation afforded by the finest side of their own Christianity. Others dissent on grounds which are intrinsically no more than an assertion that the novel embodies the views of life prevalent at the end of the nineteenth century, and not those of an earlier and simpler generation - an assertion which I can only hope may be well founded. Let me repeat that a novel is ail impression, not an argument; and there the matter must rest; as one is reminded by a passage which occurs in the letters of Schiller to Goethe on judges of this class: `They are those who seek only their own ideas in a representation, and prize that which should be as higher than what is. The cause of the dispute, therefore, lies in the very first principles, and it would be utterly impossible to come to an understanding with them.' And again: `As soon as I observe that any one, when judging of poetical representations, considers anything more important than the inner Necessity and Truth, I have done with him.' In the introductory words to the first edition I suggested the possible advent of the genteel person who would not be able to endure something or other in these pages. That person duly appeared among the aforesaid objectors. In one case he felt upset that it was not possible for him to read the book through three times, owing to my not having made that critical effort which `alone can prove the salvation of such an one'. In another, he objected to such vulgar articles as the Devil's pitchfork, a lodging-house carving-knife, and a shame-bought parasol, appearing in a respectable story. In another place he was a gentleman who turned Christian for half-an-hour the better to express his grief that a disrespectful phrase about the Immortals should have been used; though the same innate gentility compelled him to excuse the author in words of pity that one cannot be too thankful for: `He does but give us of his best.' I can assure this great critic that to exclaim illogically against the gods, singular or plural, is not such an original sin of mine as he seems to imagine. True, it may have some local originality; though if Shakespeare were an authority on history, which perhaps he is not, I could show that the sin was introduced into Wessex as early as the Heptarchy itself. Says Glo'ster in Lear, otherwise Ina, king of that country: As files to wanton boys are we to the gods; They kill us for their sport. The remaining two or three manipulators of Tess were of the predetermined sort whom most writers and readers would gladly forget; professed literary boxers, who put on their convictions for the occasion; modern `Hammers of Heretics'; sworn Discouragers, ever on the watch to prevent the tentative half-success from becoming the whole success later on; who pervert plain meanings, and grow personal under the name of practising the great historical method. However, they may have causes to advance, privileges to guard, traditions to keep going; some of which a mere taleteller, who writes down how the things of the world strike him, without any ulterior intentions whatever, has overlooked, and may by pure inadvertence have run foul of when in the least aggressive mood. Perhaps some passing perception, the outcome of a dream hour, would, if generally acted on, cause such an assailant considerable inconvenience with respect to position, interests, family, servant, ox, ass neighbour, or neighbour's wife. He therefore valiantly hides his personality behind a publisher's shutters, and cries `Shame!' So densely is the world thronged that any shifting of positions, even the best warranted advance, galls somebody's kibe. Such shiftings often begin in sentiment, and such sentiment sometimes begins in a novel. July 1892 1967 time of publication of the book, [-YouHui Culture Publishing Company-]"

Publisher : YouHui Culture Publishing Company
Pages : 359 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : nhwwDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 :
Time : 1967
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 867 KB/s
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Tess of the d'Urbervilles - Second Edition

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the d'Urbervilles - Second Edition has a total of 480 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. This classic novel tells the story of how the poor rural couple John and Joan Durbeyfield become convinced that they are descended from the ancient family of d'Urbervilles. They encourage their innocent daughter Tess to cement a connection with the d'Urberville family, including their unprincipled son Alec, with tragic consequences. "A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented," as Hardy subtitled the novel, represented a direct challenge to conventional Victorian notions of sexuality and femininity. This is a revised, updated, and expanded Broadview edition that highlights a feminist interpretation of the novel in an extensive introduction. The range of historical appendices (including contemporary articles, letters, maps, news stories, and reviews) will greatly enhance a reader's understanding of the text. 2007-02-12 time of publication of the book, [-Broadview Press-]"

Publisher : Broadview Press
Pages : 480 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : 0r_hECrydKUC
ISBN-10 : 9781770482517
ISBN-13 : 1770482512
Time : 2007-02-12
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 853 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

The Poetry of Birds

Original Synopsis

"The Poetry of Birds has a total of 384 pages which are papers from writer 'Simon Armitage'. Birds are the most obvious wild things we have around us. They are much watched and much loved, not least by poets. Bird poetry is as old as British poetry itself, and a remarkable number of poets have written poems about birds. Indeed some of the most famous poems in the language concern birds, from Keats's nightingale and Shelley's skylark to Yeats's swans and Hardy's thrush. In this wonderful anthology poet Simon Armitage and birdwatching enthusiast Tim Dee gather together the best of the past and the present, including those famous poems but also many overlooked gems. And in a fascinating divergence from standard anthology practice, the poems are organized according to ornithological classification, beginning with poems by Marianne Moore and David Wright on the ostrich and the emperor penguin and ending with Emily Dickinson and Wallace Stevens on the oriole and the blackbird. 2009-10-01 time of publication of the book, [-Penguin UK-]"

Publisher : Penguin UK
Pages : 384 Paper
Genre : Poetry
No.ID : 0N9h8IE70AAC
ISBN-10 : 0141941863
ISBN-13 : 9780141941868
Time : 2009-10-01
Author : Simon Armitage
Size : 519 KB/s
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Crossing Nevada

Original Synopsis

"Crossing Nevada has a total of 304 pages which are papers from writer 'Jeannie Watt'. After the attack that ended her modeling career, Tess O'Neil wants only to feel safe. She thinks she's found a sanctuary on a Nevada ranch, where she can live in solitude. Too bad rancher Zach Nolan isn't getting the message. The single dad wants to lease her land, and he won't quit until she says yes. That means he's always around! Letting the cowboy with the see-right-through-her baby blues into her life is too dangerous. Almost as dangerous as the wild hope and yearning Zach and his three daughters are awakening in Tess. She's already risked so much. Maybe it's time to take the biggest gamble of all on the one thing she never dreamed she'd find—a home. 2012-12-01 time of publication of the book, [-Harlequin-]"

Publisher : Harlequin
Pages : 304 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : E2bY62hgckQC
ISBN-10 : 1459249887
ISBN-13 : 9781459249882
Time : 2012-12-01
Author : Jeannie Watt
Size : 874 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Full Dark, No Stars

Original Synopsis

"Full Dark, No Stars has a total of 386 pages which are papers from writer 'Stephen King'. In four previously unpublished short works, a man explores his dark nature, a writer confronts a stranger, a cancer patient makes a deal with the devil, and a woman makes a horrifying discovery about her husband. 2011-05-24 time of publication of the book, [-Simon and Schuster-]"

Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Pages : 386 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : TVW1AwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1451650604
ISBN-13 : 9781451650600
Time : 2011-05-24
Author : Stephen King
Size : 328 KB/s
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Tess of the D'Urbervilles Wc Gatrell (Border's)

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the D'Urbervilles Wc Gatrell (Border's) has a total of 410 pages which are papers from writer 'Hardy, Hart'. 1991-10-09 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 410 Paper
Genre : Young women
No.ID : KGVn7Az1c18C
ISBN-10 : 9780192510570
ISBN-13 : 0192510576
Time : 1991-10-09
Author : Hardy, Hart
Size : 343 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

The Evolutionary Imagination in Late-Victorian Novels

Original Synopsis

"The Evolutionary Imagination in Late-Victorian Novels has a total of 234 pages which are papers from writer 'John Glendening'. Dominated by Darwinism and the numerous guises it assumed, evolutionary theory was a source of opportunities and difficulties for late Victorian novelists. Texts produced by Wells, Hardy, Stoker, and Conrad are exemplary in reflecting and participating in these challenges. Not only do they contend with evolutionary complications, John Glendening argues, but the complexities and entanglements of evolutionary theory, interacting with multiple cultural influences, thoroughly permeate the narrative, descriptive, and thematic fabric of each. All the books Glendening examines, from The Island of Doctor Moreau and Dracula to Heart of Darkness, address the interrelationship between order and chaos revealed and promoted by evolutionary thinking of the period. Glendening's particular focus is on how Darwinism informs novels in relation to a late Victorian culture that encouraged authors to stress, not objective truths illuminated by Darwinism, but rather the contingencies, uncertainties, and confusions generated by it and other forms of evolutionary theory. 2013-04-28 time of publication of the book, [-Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.-]"

Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Pages : 234 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : 1qqxe35fezYC
ISBN-10 : 1409489752
ISBN-13 : 9781409489757
Time : 2013-04-28
Author : John Glendening
Size : 498 KB/s
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The Last Place

Original Synopsis

"The Last Place has a total of 300 pages which are papers from writer 'Laura Lippman'. Private Investigator Tess Monaghan knows all about the darker side of human nature, not least from her days as a reporter. But she never expected to be on the receiving end of a court sentence to attend six months' counselling for Anger Management. Tess starts the counselling - but then her attention turns to a series of unsolved homicides. They appear to be overlooked cases of domestic violence. But the more Tess investigates, the more she is convinced that there is just one culprit. The Maryland State Police are sure that the serial killer Tess is now looking for is dead. So he can't be a threat. Can he? But he is very much alive and has found another victim to stalk: Tess. 2015-03-03 time of publication of the book, [-Faber & Faber-]"

Publisher : Faber & Faber
Pages : 300 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : jMolBgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0571323294
ISBN-13 : 9780571323296
Time : 2015-03-03
Author : Laura Lippman
Size : 251 KB/s
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Cold Hand in Mine

Original Synopsis

"Cold Hand in Mine has a total of 384 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Aickman'. Aickman's 'strange stories' (his preferred term) are constructed immaculately, the neuroses of his characters painted in subtle shades. He builds dread by the steady accrual of realistic detail, until the reader realises that the protagonist is heading towards their doom as if in a dream. Cold Hand in Mine, first published in 1975, stands as one of Aickman's finest collections and contains eight tales including 'Pages from a Young Girl's Journal' which won the World Fantasy Award. 'He had the ability to invest the daylight world with all the terrors of the night, and specialised in subverting notions of safety and sunshine into something sinister and unforgiving.' Christopher Fowler, Independent 2014-07-01 time of publication of the book, [-Faber & Faber-]"

Publisher : Faber & Faber
Pages : 384 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : 3VqzAwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0571316417
ISBN-13 : 9780571316410
Time : 2014-07-01
Author : Robert Aickman
Size : 476 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"Tess of the D'Urbervilles, a Pure Woman Faithfully Presented has a total of 457 pages which are papers from writer 'Thomas Hardy'. 1909 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 457 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : NleaAAAAIAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UCSC:32106001938189
Time : 1909
Author : Thomas Hardy
Size : 421 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB