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is expressed by saying that the soul is everywhere inwoven into the texture of the body.
Perhaps nowhere even in In Memoriam is this impossible paradox made as explicit as in the following lines: `The dusky strand of Death inwoven here / With dear Love's tie, makes Love himself more dear' (I.
George Steiner once responded interestingly to the tangibility of the novel, which he hailed as a 'masterpiece': 'No one after Hardy has inwoven more closely the sheer feel of material things, of weather, of light across water or foliage, with the inward landscape of character.