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[lawrence's] most critical discussion from the very beginning has been 5 “ criticism of jude the obscure has tended to praise hardy's realism.  jude the obscure pg no 106-107  penny boumelha  aj guerard, hardy – a collection of critical essays pg 187  aj guerard, hardy – a. The narrator of jude the obscure sees a lot but doesn't seem to feel much that is , the narrator knows everything about everybody: major characters, minor. Jude the obscure did not receive critical acclaim from the public, and this was largely due to the strong nature of sex, religion and marriage more importantly, it .
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