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import urllib2
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
import re
import csv
import requests
#Checks all of the pages listing records for the record urls
for i in range(0,5):
url = ('http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/resources/short/index.php?pageNum_rstCallShort=' + str(i))
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This visual is one of a set that attempts to contextualize both human characters and nonhuman others within the natural world of Thomas Hardy's 1892 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles. This cluster visualizes words tagged "flora" that appear within 120 characters of a word tagged "Other Male Humans," (i.e. any male human except Edward and Reddin who have their own visualizations). Words may be repeated and have been sorted according to their location in the novel. To see context from the novel, click on a word. You can submit feedback or questions and read more about the larger project here.

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This visual is one of a set that attempts to contextualize both human characters and nonhuman others within the natural world of Thomas Hardy's 1892 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles. This cluster visualizes words tagged "flora" that appear within 120 characters of a word tagged "Other Female Humans," (i.e. any female human except Tess who has her own visualizations). Words may be repeated and have been sorted according to their location in the novel. To see context from the novel, click on a word. You can submit feedback or questions and read more about the larger project here.

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This visual is one of a set that attempts to contextualize both human characters and nonhuman others within the natural world of Thomas Hardy's 1892 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles. This cluster visualizes words tagged "flora" that appear within 120 characters of a word tagged "Angel." Words may be repeated and have been sorted according to their location in the novel. To see context from the novel, click on a word. You can submit feedback or questions and read more about the larger project here.

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This visual is one of a set that attempts to contextualize both human characters and nonhuman others within the natural world of Thomas Hardy's 1892 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles. This cluster visualizes words tagged "flora" that appear within 120 characters of a word tagged "fauna." Words may be repeated and have been sorted according to their location in the novel. To see context from the novel, click on a word. You can submit feedback or questions and read more about the larger project here.