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Director: Rosemarie Morgan
TTHA WELCOMES
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM HARDY ENTHUSIASTS EVERYWHERE
 
Items submitted to TTHA RESOURCES should be of the "Notes and Queries" kind focussing on Hardy scholarship and research. Entries should be brief (for essay submissions see The Hardy Review). Those selected for TTHA RESOURCES will be fully accredited and eligible for publication (in part or in whole) in
The Hardy Review
 
Please submit entries in both hardcopy and floppy disk (or e-attachment: Word/rich text) to the RESOURCES Director:
Rosemarie Morgan, 124, Bishop St, New Haven, CT 06511
E-mail: rosemarie@thethomashardyassociation.org

 
"Uncollected" items are reproduced here with the kind permission of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.
The letters of Thomas Hardy are reproduced here with the kind permission of Oxford University Press and Professor Michael Millgate
Surviving Draft-Fragments of Far Fom the Madding Crowd are reproduced with the kind permission of the Dorset County Museum, UK
Unauthorised copying is a violation of United States' copyright laws
 
Two Uncollected Letters by Thomas Hardy to Reginald Smith, 1909 Compiled and transcribed by Rosemarie Morgan
Book of Baby Beasts/Birds/Pets --selections -- Illustrations, E.J. Detmold. Descriptions, Florence E.Dugdale, Poems, TH (? )1911-15)
Dorset Dialect, compiled by Rosemarie Morgan from Wilkinson Sherren, with glossary
Epistolary Profiles: Letters: Hardy and Robert Louis Stevenson compiled by Rosemarie Morgan
Hardy in Aberdeen Compiled by Martin Ray ("Aberdeen"CP, 242) Photograph of "that granite mien."
Hardy on Microfilm Comprehensive listings of Hardy MSS compiled by Robert Schweik
Note on the Publication of Uncollected Hardy Letters Contributed by Michael Millgate
Sunday Morning Tragedy (CP, 155) Uncollected Letter on Censorship sent by Hardy to The Academy Compiled by Rosemarie Morgan
Surviving Draft Fragments of Far From the Madding Crowd Transcribed by Rosemarie Morgan for Penguin World Classics, 2000.
Tess in America; Tess in America, II; Tess in America, III Transcribed by Rosemarie Morgan

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