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  1. Men may love strongest for a while, but women love longest This is the story of Elfride Swancourt, our blue eyed heroine Elfride is torn between two lovers, the young, kind hearted, socially inferior Stephen Smith, an architect and much older and scrupulous Londoner, Henry Knight, a literary man and Stephen s mentor She also has to satisfy the expectations of her father, the Rector of Endelstow A Pair of Blue Eyes is a moving and poignant story about love, social conventions, limitations wMen may love strongest for a while, but women love longest This is the story of Elfride Swancourt, our blue eyed heroine Elfride is torn between two lovers...

  2. This was a fast read, and I very much enjoyed it If you are already a Hardy fan, I heartily recommend reading A Pair of Blue Eyes 1873 if you aren t, this just might make you one A Pair of Blues Eyes was the third novel published by Hardy, and the first published under his own name In his later years, Hardy created three categories in which he placed all of his fiction The largest category, Novels of Character and Environment, includes the well known core of his oeuvre also known as the This was a fast read, and I very much enjoyed it If you are already a Hardy fan, I heartily recommend reading A Pair of Blue Eyes 1873 if you aren t, this just might make you one A Pair of Blues Eyes was the third novel published by Hardy, and the first published under his own name In his later years, Hardy created three categories in which he placed all of his fiction The largest category, Novels of Character and Environment, includes the well known core of his oeuvre also known as the Wessex Novels this novel falls in Hardy s second category, the novels of Romance and Fantasies with the third category, Novels of Ingenuity, containing just three relatively minor works A Pair of Blue Eyes is set in Hardy s fictional Wessex of southwestern England and, in fact, this novel is largely played out in Lower and Off Wessex, in reality that part of England referred to as Cornwall with its rural countryside and majestic sea cliffs As is typical of Hardy s prose, the novel does a wonderful job...

  3. Yet another story of love and life by Hardy, he advocates for women and understands them in ways i don t know how but he does, and he is a wizard with words and he knows the sunset and the moonlight and eve...

  4. What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.Elfride Swancourt is a vicar s daughter, unschooled in the world, who falls in love with two men Her first is a young impressionable boy himself and her second aworldly, but dare I say noemotionally developed, man of letters At a number of junctions in the novel, Elfride might save herself a bad experience by being honest, but she elects to withhold the truth, for easily understandable reasons, and it is her undoing Li What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.Elfride Swancourt is a vicar s daughter, unschooled in the world, who falls in love with two men Her first is a young impressionable boy himself and her second aworldly, but dare I say noemotionally developed, man of letters At a number of junctions in the novel, Elfride might save herself a bad experience by being honest, but she elects to withhold the truth, for easily understandable reasons, and it is ...

  5. Spoilers Thom s third novel is a classic Victorian tale of a scatterbrained ingenue who falls for a working class upstart and changes her mind about eloping with him in London while eloping with him in London who then starts seeing the working class upstart s posher middle class mentor who over a number of pages learns about her time with the working class upstart not his name and the botched elopement and turns against her for social embarrassment and Victorian deportment ...

  6. Curse you Thomas Hardy Curse you for tearing my heart out and making me cry like a dummie over fictional characters I thought I was so smart and knew what was going to happen and you ripped the rug out from under me You left me without my happy ending Curse you And the saddest thing is that I am no newcomer to Hardy I ve read your work before As I cracked this one open I thought of my teenage favorite, Return of the Native I should have thought of Tess Yeah, you heard me Poor TEss and Curse you Thomas Hardy Curse you for tearing my heart out and making me cry like a dummie over fictional characters I thought I was so smart and knew what was going to happen and you ripped the rug out from under me You left me without my happy ending Curse you And the saddest thing is that I am no newcomer to Hardy I ve read your work before As I cracked this one open I thought of my teenage favorite, Return of the Native I should have thought of Tess Yeah, you heard me Poor TEss and Poor ...

  7. I love this Thomas Hardy novel almost as much as Tess of the D Urbervilles It is partly autobiographical, with the heroine Elfride based on his first wife Emma Gifford It is a short, romantic novel with interesting characters and many twists and turns that are unexpected, especially the ending We...

  8. This is a novel I would highly recommend to everybody, not only to Hardy s fans The story is so nicely unfolded and detailed that you can almost feel the wind in that spellbinding cliff scene This is a simple story, don t expect great literary references or witty remarks But it is told with so much gentleness and the characters are very well portrayed and developed Elfride, though, is not as the other Hardy s heroines, she is young, gullible and has grown up ...

  9. Before he turned to the exclusive writing of poetry late in his life, Thomas Hardy wrote a series of marvelous novels, some of which many of us were introduced to early in our lives His novels were written during the Victorian period, a period in which his views were profoundly at odds with the progressive optimism so prevalent within the general public Rather he focused primarily on rural life in the south of England Wessex , emphasizing the implacability of fate, decline of rural life and Before he turned to the exclusive writing of poetry late in his life, Thomas Hardy wrote a series of marvelous novels, some of which many of us were introduced to early in our lives His novels were written during the Victorian period, a period in which his views were profoundly at odds with the progressive optimism so prevalent within the general public Rather he focused primarily on rural life in the south of England Wessex , emphasizing the implacability of fate, decline of rural life and values, and the perennial Britis...

  10. This was my second Hardy novel Both of them were a bit of a slow start, though this one hooked me much faster than The Return of the Native I never thought I d be the kind of guy who s a fan of 19th century British romances, but when they re this well written, I can t help myself I wanted to know what was going to happen to Elfride and the men in her life.I have so muchto read, but...