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The hand of Ethelberta

a comedy in chapters

by Thomas Hardy

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Published by Harper in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith an etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a map of Wessex
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 479 p.
Number of Pages479
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24173699M
OCLC/WorldCa607486


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Adventuress and opportunist, Ethelberta reinvents herself to disguise her humble origins, launching a brilliant career as a society poet in London with her family acting incognito as her servants.

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in two volumes, with eleven illustrations by George Du. At the beginning of the book, we are told that Ethelberta was raised in humble circumstances but, through her work as a governess, married well at the age of eighteen.

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The The hand of Ethelberta book is written in serial form. First Page: This eBook was produced from the Macmillan and Co. edition by Les Bowler, St. Ives, Dorset. THE HAND OF ETHELBERTA A COMEDY IN CHAPTERS by Thomas Hardy.

"Vitae post scenia celant. The only novel from Hardy that that provides a lighter tale, The Hand of Ethelberta, gives account of the life of a woman who lifts herself to the higher classes of the society. pages, with a reading time of ~ hours There are currently no other reviews for this book.

Excerpt.4/5(1). The story follows Ethelberta's career as a famous poetess and storyteller. Meanwhile, she struggles to support her family and conceal the fact that her father is a butler. Ethelberta easily attracts four very persistent suitors but is reluctant to give her much-coveted hand.

The book is written in serial form/5(K). Nov 07,  · Thomas HARDY ( - ) Ethelberta was raised in humble The hand of Ethelberta book but became a governess and consequently, at the age of 18, married well.

However, her husband died The hand of Ethelberta book weeks after the. The Hand of Ethelberta, by Thomas Hardy The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Hand of Ethelberta, by Thomas Hardy This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at. The story follows Ethelberta's career as a famous poetess and storyteller.

Meanwhile, she struggles to support her family and conceal the fact that her father is a butler. Ethelberta easily attracts four very persistent suitors but is reluctant to give her much-coveted hand. The book is written in serial form. (Summary by Simon Evers).

"The Hand of Ethelberta" () is a comedy novel by Thomas Hardy. Ethelberta was raised in humble circumstances but, through her work as a governess, married well at the age of eighteen. Her husband died two weeks after the wedding and, now twenty-one. Details about The Hand of Ethelberta. Heron Collected Works of Thomas Hardy Free US Delivery.

The Hand of Ethelberta. Heron Collected Works of Thomas Hardy. Item Information. Condition: Very Good “ Former Library book. Great condition for a used book. Minimal wear. % Money Back tula-music.com Rating: % positive. The hand of Ethelberta is a fairly early Hardy novel, which appeared two years after Far from the madding crowd.

He classed it as one of his "novels of ingenuity" and as a "comedy in chapters", both of which give a strong hint that we're not in the world of grim, arbitrary rural tragedy that readers of Tess or Jude might expect from a Hardy novel/5(11).

The Hand of Ethelberta: A Comedy in Chapters is a novel by Thomas Hardy, published in At the beginning of the book, we are told that Ethelberta was raised in humble circumstances but, through her work as a governess, married well at the age of eighteen.

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May 20,  · The Hand of Ethelberta starts well, maintains its' lively pace through the middle with many plots and schemes all throughout, and finishes well to boot; but not in the way one first expects it to conclude.

Ethelberta, Hardy's heroine for this book, is one 5/5(1). Free download of The Hand of Ethelberta by Thomas Hardy. Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Read, write reviews and more.

LibriVox recording of The Hand of Ethelberta, by Thomas Hardy. Read by Simon Evers. Ethelberta was raised in humble circumstances but became a governess and consequently, at the age of 18, married well.

However, her husband died two weeks after the wedding. Her father-in-law, Lord Petherwin, died shortly afterwards. The Hand of Ethelberta: A Comedy in Chapters is a novel by English writer Thomas Hardy first published in It was written, in serial form, for the Cornhill Magazine.

Ethelberta was raised in humble circumstances but became a governess and consequently, at the age of 18, married well. Ethelberta Chickerel is the daughter of a lady's maid, who forms a liaison with a knight's son who promptly dies. His mother reconciles to Ethelberta, has her educated and brought into society, and then dies herself, leaving Ethelberta the townhouse and nothing else.

Apr 01,  · LibraryThing Review User Review - jon1lambert - LibraryThing. The Hand of Ethelberta is very different from other novels I have read by Thomas Hardy. It is quite long for a start, and it seems to me to resemble a Charles Dickens novel, much of it set in London /5(4).

Recent Forum Posts on The Hand of Ethelberta Great book Little read I think largely because it destabilises the notion of Hardy as a novelist of rural England, Ethelberta is.

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It employs Hardyesque description, is well-constructed, and has an entertaining storyline. /5(10). An unusual theme for Hardy, who tended to specialise in tales where Fate sends people down the road to destruction.

Unlike his country tales, this one is set in an urban environment, and it's actually quite amusing to see how Ethelberta gets the upper hand over her domineering husband, miserable old blighter that he is/5.

Aug 25,  · The story follows Ethelberta's career as a famous poetess and storyteller. Meanwhile, she struggles to support her family and conceal the fact that her father is a butler. Ethelberta easily attracts four very persistent suitors but is reluctant to give her much-coveted hand.

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Her husband died two weeks after the wedding and, now twenty-one, Ethelberta lives with her mother-in-law, Lady Petherwin. In the three years that have elapsed since the deaths of both her husband and father-in-law, Ethelberta. Literature Network» Thomas Hardy» The Hand of Ethelberta» Chapter In his reflections his glance had lingered again upon the pocket-book which Neigh still held in his hand, and upon the two or three rose-leaves on the floor, until he said idly, superimposing humorousness upon misery, as.

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The Hand of Ethelberta: A Comedy in Chapters is a novel by Thomas Hardy, published in It was written, in serial form, for the Cornhill Magazine, which was edited by Leslie Stephen, a friend and mentor of Hardy's.

Unlike the majority of Hardy's fiction, the novel is a comedy, with both humour and a happy ending for the major characters and no suicides or tragic deaths. The Hand Of Ethelberta By Thomas Hardy - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.The hand of tula-music.com By: Thomas Hardy (Original Version) Author: unknown The Hand of Ethelberta: is a novel by Thomas Hardy, published in It was written, in serial form, for the Cornhill Magazine, which was edited by Leslie Stephen, a friend and mentor of Hardys.Note: Ebook are based on reference standards.

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