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Explore Thomas Hardy’s poem ‘Aquae Sulis’ and its link to the city of Bath.

Although he is more associated with his native Dorset, Thomas Hardy does
have a few connections with Bath. In June 1873 he visited Bath with his wife-to-be, Emma Gifford.

Use this education pack from The Roman Baths to explore his poem ‘Aquae Sulis’ and it’s historical context and links to Bath.

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Suitable for: KS4, KS5

Subjects: English, History

Topics: Thomas Hardy

Use: Yes (my name, role & school)

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