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The Dead Man Walking

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dyson delahunty

on 27 September 2012

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Thomas Hardy Was born on June 2nd 1840 in the village of upper Bockhampton located in Southwestern England. The Dead Man Walking By Thomas Hardy We used Lego movie maker to animate our poem Facts About
Thomas Hardy His Father was a stone mason and a violinist.
His mother enjoyed reading and relating folk songs and legends of the region. At first he published anonomausly, but when people became of interest he began to use his own name. Before his death he had written over 800 poems many of them were published in his eighties Thomas Hardy died on January 11th 1928 at the age of 87. His ashes were buried in Poets Corner at Westminster Abbey. Bibliography
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http://www.portablepoetry.com/ And here it is At the age of eight, Thomas Hardy started to attend Julia Martin's school in Bockhampton. Although most of his learning came from books he found in Dorchester, the nearby town. From 1886, Thomas Hardy wrote poetry and novels, though the first part of his career was devoted to the novel. Thanks for watching Thanks for watching We chose this poem because we thought it would be interesting to animate
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