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15 October 2008

492 Pages | 2 maps

ISBN: 9780199537051

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Tess of the d'Urbervilles

New Edition

Thomas Hardy
Edited by Simon Gatrell, Juliet Grindle, Penny Boumelha, and Notes by Nancy Barrineau

Oxford World's Classics

  • A unique critical text, taken from the authoritative Clarendon edition, based on the manuscript collated with Hardy's later revisions
  • New introduction by Penny Boumelha describes the novel's controversial publication, the figure of Tess,class, and nature, and the female body, in an original and compelling reading.
  • New, up-to-date bibliography
  • New chronology
  • Two maps

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