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Thomas Hardy Society

Publisher Description

The Thomas Hardy Society was founded in 1968 to promote understanding and appreciation of the life and works of the novelist and poet Thomas Hardy (1840-1928).

One of the largest literary societies in the world, the Thomas Hardy Society is a community of general readers and enthusiasts as well as students and academics.

Based in Dorchester, the Society organises a lively programme of public engagement and academic events including lectures, Study Days, guided walks through Hardy’s Wessex and in London and elsewhere, concerts, poetry readings, and more. With an international membership, three journals a year, a biennial festival and conference, and strong links to other organisations promoting Hardyan themes, the Thomas Hardy Society acts as a hub for the education and enjoyment of anyone with an interest in Thomas Hardy.

Journals in JSTOR from Thomas Hardy Society
2 Journals in JSTOR Date Range
The Hardy Society Journal 2005 - 2019
The Thomas Hardy Journal 1985 - 2019

Thomas Hardy Society
c/o Dorset County Museum
19 North Square,
DT1 1JF.
01305 251501