Jude the Obscure
Jude the Obscure Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
We've talked about Christminster in our "Character Analysis" of Jude (check under the heading "Christminster: The Crazed Self-Destruction Continues"), but we want to talk about the city itself in a...
Little Father Time
While LFT functions as an important character in the novel, he is also a symbol of the coming age. And judging by what LFT does, Hardy does not have high hopes for the safety and security we will f...
Sue's Greek Figures
In Part Second, Chapter Four, we see Sue buy two statues: one of Apollo, the Greek god of music, poetry, dance, and a lot of other good stuff, and another of Venus, the Roman goddess of love and be...
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