Mary Moss (review date September 1906)
SOURCE: Moss, Mary. “The Novels of Thomas Hardy.” Atlantic Monthly 98 (September 1906): 354-67.
[In the following review of Hardy's novels, Moss urges that Hardy be treated as a universalist and not just a regionalist.]
In a certain book on Japan the traveler asks his guide why all the little Japanese birds on a telegraph wire face the same way. He even noted it as a characteristic national trait. On learning that they were more comfortable beak to the wind, the author artlessly observes that American...
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