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Author:
David C. Gild
ISBN13:
978-0822008163
ISBN:
0822008165
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Cliffs Notes (October 2, 1959)
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In this tale, violent natural and social forces toss the characters about like rag dolls as the mayor is destroyed by his protege.

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The Mayor of Casterbridge. Susan and Elizabeth-Jane, the latter innocent of the shameful sale eighteen years before, reach Casterbridge, where they discover that Henchard has become the mayor and one of the wealthiest businessmen in the area. Henchard, out of a sense of guilt, courts Susan in a respectable manner and soon after remarries her, hoping that one day be will be able to acknowledge Elizabeth-Jane as his daughter.

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Barron'S book notes thomas hardy's the mayor of casterbridge. thomas hardy: the author and his times. In 1896, following more than 20 years as one of the most popular and most criticized novelists in England, Thomas Hardy announced that he would not write another novel as long as he lived. The Mayor of Casterbridge is the least typical of these novels because of its focus on town rather than rural life and because of the concentration on one character. Yet Casterbridge is clearly a Wessex town, caught in the past and just awakening to nineteenth-century social change.

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Manufacturer: Cliffs Notes Release date: 2 October 1959 ISBN-10 : 0822008165 ISBN-13: 9780822008163. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

Hardy's story dramatizes the human condition as a struggle between powerful men and against fate. (Fate usually wins!) In this tale, violent natural and social forces toss the characters about like rag dolls as the mayor is destroyed by his protege.