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Hardy accepted the rational, Positivist view; he could never have believed that he would join the dead by committing suicide. There is a pseudo-heroic flourish in the poem which has its absurd side; the 'ball and blade' is found in 'Her Death and After'. The illustration shows Hardy's familiar walk across the fields from Stinsford toward Higher Bockhampton. Seven years may well have passed after Tryphena's death when this poem was written, but Charles Gale had not remarried. colI, embrace. vii and 'In a Wood'.
The Slow Nature (1894) A type of poem, turning on the ironies of fate, to which Hardy became over-partial. In a Eweleaze near Weatherbury (1890) eweleaze, sheep pasturage. grizzel, grey. The date of the composition and the place (near Puddletown) suggest some association with Tryphena Sparks. The scene of the illustration, across which a pair of spectacles is extended (to suggest an aged person looking back over the years) could be to the south or south-west of Puddletown. iii. •. teacher . . men.
Years. D. ('in the year of our Lord')? liveried thus, in this uniform (all the same). Drummer Hodge Hardy's interest was quickened when he heard that one of the drummers killed in the war was 'a native of a village near Casterbridge'. War, however, is a subsidiary theme in this imaginative poem. It creates an initial sense of revulsion, but predominantly a sense of wonder. The main thought is an irony, that Hodge is transplanted (as it were) for ever to a foreign country and sky, so new and unexpected that it puzzled him.
A Commentary on the Poems of Thomas Hardy by F. B. Pinion