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so if you want to find a particular poem the best you can do is try the (awkward) Kindle search ...
on 9 August 2005
The poems of Thomas Hardy are one of the highpoints of late Victorian literature.
He wrote a lot of poetry and any volume of this scale desperately needs an index of some sort.
This particular edition has none, so if you want to find a particular poem the best you can do is try the (awkward) Kindle search feature for key words. Not exactly ideal and enough to make this edition a bad choice.
If Heritage Publishing want to break into the Kindle market they will have to do much better than this poor presentation of copyright free texts.