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These moments are gratifying, in a way, for Hardy so often appears to possess unearthly powers of sensory perception, that he heard far more (auditorily), saw far more (visually), perceived far more (as a visionary), than most people-perhaps he even heard the orchestrations of birdsong that are normally beyond the reach of the average human ear, the bioacoustical sounds of the song thrush in that moment of "joy illimited," or that soft, musical scrape of the harebells on Egdon.