"Keelwell's Marmalade"

from Thomas Hardy – Tess of the D'Urbervilles Chapter 14: "Maiden No More" Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

Hardy ends the poetic meditation just as he began it — with a sign of Modernity encroaching upon all things sacred (it was Enclosure at the top, the beginnings of marketing at the bottom)

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