Poems by Thomas Hardy (1840 - 1928)

Thomas Hardy

lived in England's West Country. Much of his poetry (and fiction) is bound up with the people and places of 'Hardy's Wessex'. Many of the locations in his work are real places given fictional names.

The great Dorset poet Thomas Hardy. He was arguably a finer poet than a novelist.

Many of his poems are about places, especially about Dorset and West of England which he so loved. So powerful is the literary landscape he created, that the West Country is often called 'Hardy's Wessex'.

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