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Thomas Hardy - W2

Thomas Hardy - W2 Thomas Hardy - W2
Inscription

Thomas Hardy, 1840 - 1928, poet and author, lived here, 1863 - 1874.

A pleasingly unofficial blue plaque - a rather emphatic layout with the letters practically breaking out the circle.

Site: Thomas Hardy - W2 (1 memorial)

W2, Westbourne Park Villas, 16

Hardy rented a room on the top floor at the back. The authoritative Thomas Hardy: Half a Londoner” by Mark Ford give his dates here as 1863 - 7.

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Thomas Hardy - W2

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Thomas Hardy

Novelist and poet, best known for his novels set in rural 'Wessex' such as Te...

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