Under the Greenwood Tree By : Thomas Hardy

Under the Greenwood Tree
Centring on the quaint rural village of Mellstock, set deep within Hardy's imagined and picturesque county of Wessex, the novel revolves around a double plot of the hopeful love story of Dick Dewey and Fancy Day and the tragic demise of the Mellstock Choir, and what the crumbling of long-held traditions means to the local community. The arrival of Mr Maybold, a new vicar with newfangled ideas, unsettles the local community with ideas of revolutionary change, in which the church and its generations-old choir are an anchor. Considered one of Hardy's most upbeat and optimistic novels, 'Under the Greenwood Tree' explores issues of past and future, hope and love, and is a delightful addition to the Collins' canon of Thomas

Book Details

Number of Pages: 192 Pages
Bar Code: 9780007920679
Publisher: Harper Collins UK

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  • Author: Thomas Hardy
    Publication Date: 13/09/2012
    Binding: Paperback
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