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Thomas Hardy (disambiguation)

"Thomas Hardy" is composed of at least 8 distinct authors, divided by their works.

Includes the names: Thomas Hardy, Hardy's Thomas, Томас Гарди, Томас Харди

Thomas Hardy (1)

Thomas Hardy (2)

Thomas Hardy (6)

Works have been aliased into Thomas K. Hardy.

Thomas Hardy (5)

Works have been aliased into Thomas John Hardy.

Thomas Hardy (7)

Thomas Hardy (10)

Thomas Hardy (9)

Thomas Hardy (8)

Thomas Hardy (unknown)

Disambiguation notice
#1 Thomas Hardy, 1840-1928 - Tess of the D'Urbervilles
#2 Thomas Hardy, 1957 - Great braids!
#3 Estrid Bannister edited Scandinavian Short Stories (Thomas Hardy is an Amazon error)
#4
#5 Hardy, Thomas John, 1868- Books on the shelf
#6 Thomas K. Hardy, Australian Wine: A Pictorial Guide 
#7 Thomas Hardy, 1752-1832 - The genuine trial of Thomas Hardy for high treason
#8 Thomas Hardy, 1748-1798 - The benevolence of the Christian spirit
#9 Hardy, Tom (Tom J.) Unsportsmanlike conduct
#10 Thomas Hardy, 1830-1912, The Vineyards and Wine Cellars of California

In case his books ever get put here: Thomas Hardy of Devon (1830-1912) was an Australian winemaker and the first of at least 6 generations of Thomas Hardys, including Thomas K. Hardy (#6 above). He published The Vine in Australia (Melbourne, 1861), Wine-Growing in Australia, and the Teachings of Modern Writers on Vine-Culture and Wine-Making (Adelaide, 1867) and his 'Wine-Growing in South Australia' was included in the Chamber of Manufactures' South Australian Industries (1875). More info here, here, or here.

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