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Written in 1878 and first printed and published in the magazine Belgravia as a serial. It is set in 1840-50.
If you would like to further consider the primitive, the pagan and and the anti-christian in this novel , you might like to read ‘Mimetic Desire and the Violent Primitive in ‘The Return of the Native‘. It is a readable academic essay – which makes a nice change!
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