Jude the Obscure (Konemann Classics)

by Thomas Hardy | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 382903007x Global Overview for this book
Registered by seldombites of Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on 4/3/2008
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Journal Entry 1 by seldombites from Cambridge Park, New South Wales Australia on Thursday, April 03, 2008

From the Back


"At the moment that the train came to a standstill by the Melchester platform a hand was laid on the door and she beheld Jude. He was dressed in the dark suit he wore on Sundays and in the evening after work. Altogether he looked a very handsome young fellow, his ardent affection for her burning in his eyes."
Hardy's daring novel of intellectual aspiration, spirituality and sexuality.

Journal Entry 2 by seldombites at Gracemere, Queensland Australia on Monday, April 04, 2011
Like most books written in the period, Jude the Obscure does have several passages that can be difficult to wade through. However, unlike many such classics, Jude is worth the effort. This book is a bitter-sweet love story set in a time filled with conventions and behavioural expectations that could make life very difficult for those who did not conform. I highly recommend this book.

Journal Entry 3 by seldombites at Pilbeam Theatre in Rockhampton, Queensland Australia on Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Released 8 yrs ago (11/1/2011 UTC) at Pilbeam Theatre in Rockhampton, Queensland Australia

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Journal Entry 4 by Lettersleigh at Rockhampton, Queensland Australia on Thursday, November 03, 2011
Picked up at the Pilbeam theatre while watching my daughter play flute in the schools concert. I have read this before, but not for a long time! Looking forward to reading it again!
What a great idea this project is!! I will post where i leave it.


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