Thomas Hardy's Studies, Specimens &C. Notebook

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Alexander, Sir William, Earl of Stirling:
'O if thou knew'st how thou thyself dost harm' 11, 101
Anonymous: 'Absence, hear thou my protestation' (from Francis Davison's A Poetical Rhapsody) 8, 9, 10, 97, 99
Barnes, Williamxv, xvi, xviii, 42-3, 44, 67-8, 130, 131; 'Easter Monday' 44, 132; 'Easter Zunday' 44, 132; 'Echo, The' 43, 130-1; 'Hawthorn Down' 67, 143; 'Leady-day, an' Ridden House' 44, 132; 'Love Child, The' 67, 143; 'Open Vields' 67, 143; Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect ( 1862; TH copy) 130, 131; Select Poems, ed. Hardy 131; 'SheU+00E4des' 67, 143; 'Spring, The' 43, 131; 'Times o' Year' 68, 143; 'To Me' 68, 144; 'What John Wer A-Tellèn His Mis'ess out in the Corn-ground' 67, 143; 'Woodlands, The' 43-4, 132; 'Woone Smile Mwore' 42-3, 130; 'Zummer an' Winter' 68, 144
Bastian, H. Charlton: 'On the Physiology of Thinking' 85, 151
Beatty, C. J. P.ix n.
Bible xix, 23, 38, 38-9, 40-1, 42, 43, 44, 46-8, 49, 51-2, 70-1, 113; Bible ( 1859; TH copy) 113; Ezekielxix, xx, 51-2, 137-9; Habakkukxix, xx, 70-1, 145-6; Isaiah23, 38, 40-1, 46-8, 113, 126, 128, 134-6; Jeremiah42, 43, 44, 130, 131, 132-3; Job 113; Psalms see Book of Common Prayer; I Samuel49, 136; Song of Solomon xx, 38-9, 126
Björk, Lennart A.x, xii
Book Buyer, Thexi, xi n.
Book of Common Prayer xix, 68-9, 72, 144; Book of Common Prayer ( 1858; TH copy) 144; Order of Morning Prayer 72, 146; Psalms 68-9, 72, 144, 146-7;
Boswell, James: Life of Johnson, The112; Life of Samuel Johnson, The (ed. Croker, 1859; TH copy) 149
Buchanan, Robertxviii, 46, 133; 'English Huswife's Gossip, The' 46, 133; 'White Lily of Weardale-Head' 46, 133
Burgon, John William: 'Petra' 112
Burns, Robertxvi, xx, 22, 24, 38, 74, 112; 'Bonnie Wee Thing, The' 38, 126; 'Bonny Lesley' 74, 148; 'Braes o' Ballochmyle, The' 22, 112; 'O were my love yon lilac fair' 22, 112; Poetical Works of Robert Burns, The ( 1863; TH copy) 112; 'To a Mountain Daisy' 22, 112; 'To Dr. Blacklock' 38, 126; 'To William Simpson' 38, 126; 'Vision, The' 24, 114
Byron, George Gordon, Lordxvi, 4, 12, 18, 19, 21-22, 23, 28-92, 32, 37-82, 46, 92, 133; Childe Harold's Pilgrimage4, 12, 18, 19, 21-2, 23, 28-92, 32, 92, 102, 109-10, 112, 113-14, 117-18, 121; Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, etc. ( 1865; TH copy) 92; Corsair, The96; Don Juan46, 133-4; Giaour, The37, 125; Poems ( 1864; TH copy) 92; Siege of Corinth, The37-8, 126
Carlyle, John A.143
Chaucer, Geoffrey15, 106
Cockerell, Sydney Carlylex
Coleman, Terryxiii n.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylorxvi, 17, 108; 'Fears in Solitude' 17, 108; Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The ( 1859, ed. Derwent and Sara Coleridge; TH copy) xvii, 108; 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The' 17, 108
Colvin, H. M.141
Concoc[tions] xix, 70-2, 145
Constable, Henry: 'Diaphenia' 9, 10, 98, 100
Cooke, John Henry: Taylor's System of Stenographyxx n.
Cox, Edwardxiii, 80, 150
Cox, John150
Craig, Isaxviii; 'One in the Crowd' 73, 147
Craik, George Lilliexiv, 89, 152
Croker, John Wilson149
Dalziel, Pamelaxiii n., xix n.
Dante Alighieri: Dante's Divine Comedy (trans. John A. Carlyle, 1882; TH copy) 143; Divine Comedy, The67, 143

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations viii
  • Introduction ix
  • Bibliographical Description xxiii
  • Editorial Procedures xxiv
  • Annotations 91
  • Textual Notes 154
  • Index 161
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