By F. B. Pinion
This dictionary presents factors of references and phrases used with infrequent meanings, resources of quotations and allusions, identifications of fictional locations and other people, significant symbols and significant affects with serious reviews on all Hardy's novels, brief tales and poetry.
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Seven famed Hills, of Rome. Keats died in rooms by the steps above the Piazza di Spagna, and was buried in the Protestant Cemetery, where the white pyramidal tomb of Cestius (cf. PPP. At the Tomb of Cestius ... ) points the way to his grave; ancient tree, the mulberry in the garden at Hampstead. At a Rehearsal of One of J. M. 's Plays. The rehearsal (of Mary Rose) occurred during Hardy's last London visit (d. Life 404/528), and the poem was printed below the frontispiece of Barrie in The Complete Plays of].
Bee-burning, when the bees were stupefied with smoke while honey was extracted from the hive. xii,24, or Satan; his fork, which Hardy had been led to believe in (and the bonfire for sinners) in his childhood (Letters 1,259; cf. xiv,1). Beeny, a high cliff near Boscastle, associated with Hardy's courtship of Emma Gifford; cf. The Figure in the Scene, and other poems. xxi-xxii). ). v). beest, you are. beetle, heavy wooden hammer. Before Life and After (TL). The Mother Mourns. Hardy was too subject to moods to be a consistent thinker.
The Moth-Signal), on Affpuddle Heath, near the crossroads south of Bryants Puddle (map F). ii). Alfredston UO), Wantage, Berkshire; the birthplace of King Alfred, whose statue stands in the market-place; the Bear (hotel) is mentioned. Alicia's Diary (CM3, first pub. Oct 1887) is ultimately an antimarriage anticipation of JO. The Venice and Milan scenes were based on Hardy's recent holiday in Italy (cf. Life 192-5/200-3). The Wherryborne setting suggests the Frome valley. Alike and Unlike (HS). Hardy and Emma's impressions of the scenes, as they travelled to Ireland, stopping at Llandudno and driving round Great Orme' s Head, were changed, either by some difference between them that day or, more probably, by the 'division' that worsened between them as a result of meeting Mrs Henniker the next (Life 254-6/270-2).
A Thomas Hardy Dictionary: with maps and a chronology by F. B. Pinion