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Ix) the evil to which Tess falls a victim is associated with the Arch-Fiend; Alec d'Urberville leaps over the wall into the garden just as Satan did in Paradise Lost (IV. 1721£). Quotation makes his Satanic role more obvious in the garden scene at Tess's home Q). In the poem Hardy is able to make his meaning less obscure. The link with the caged bullfinches is clear from a note written by Hardy in 1885, after watching people in London and reflecting on the 'hum of the wheel': 'All are caged birds; the only difference lies in the size of the cage.

Drummer Hodge'. frigid Borealflame, cold light of the North. On a Fine Morning (February 1899) heyday, time of exalted feeling. Just as sunshine creates a new impression, so the Dream makes the 'gray things' of life seem golden. For Hardy's 'gray' philosophy, c£ 'The Lacking Sense', with its sad-coloured landscape, and 'The Darkling Thrush'. The deceptiveness of the imagination, its 'iris-hued embowment', has been seen in 'To Outer Nature' (pp. 20-21). The same attitude to the solace of dreams occurs in a poem written in 1867; see 'A YOWlg Man's Exhortation'.

Grinterns, granary compartments. ho, grieve, pine. Worthies of Stinsford ('Mellstock') are imagined happy, like the gods, after death. Some of them are well known from Under the Greenwood Tree. xvii, where we are told that his grave is in 'Mellstock Churchyard', 'just between the second yew-tree and the north aisle'. The tranter Reuben Dewy was drawn from William Keats, a neighbour of the Hardys; as a member of the stringed choir he was based on James Dart (see Life, 92, and II,97). William Keats and his wife were buried near the Hardys (E.

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