english literature·Thomas Hardy

A Review of Thomas Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd

After a short visit at Dostoevsky's St Petersburg, we will now travel to the South of  England, to Thomas Hardy's Wessex to be more precise. As a naturalist, Hardy's literary works are characterized by a considerable presence of nature. His description of natural landscapes adds aesthetical value to his works. As a matter of fact,… Lire la suite A Review of Thomas Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd

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Notes from the Underground

Russian literature is renowned for the complexity of its characters' psychology and the deeply embedded philosophy behind each story. Fyodor Dostoevsky dives deep inside the human mind and shares with his reader through the behaviour and the psychology of his characters his own ideas and beliefs. Notes From Underground (1864) is  Dostoevsky's first novella after his… Lire la suite Notes from the Underground