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The Madding Crowd

The nineteenth Century novel “Far from the Madding Crowd” written by Thomas Hardy, is one of great variety in terms of its female characters. Even though a male wrote this book, the protagonist is a very dominant and headstrong woman called Bathsheba Everdene. Bathsheba is the heroine of the story and she dominates the novel….

Finally the Charwoman

I think that Scrooge was once very friendly and enjoyed life as well as Christmas, but things happened and caused his view on Christmas to change completely. I think the main reason he changed his view on life and everything around it was probably the death of one of the only people to ever love…

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The Ruined Maid in the Novel

“For dreariness nothing could surpass a prospect in the outskirts of a certain town and military station, many miles north of Weatherbury, at a later hour on this same snowy evening – if that may be called a prospect of which the chief constituent was darkness” Both appearances of Fanny Robin have been undercover of…

From the Madding Crowd

” However, when he first met Bathsheba he called her names like ‘lady’ and ‘miss. ‘ The way that Troy treats Fanny after his relationship with Bathsheba shows that in retrospect, Troy did in some ways love Fanny. Ironically, we see this the most after Fanny’s death when Troy gets a tombstone for Fanny and…

Far from the Madding Crowd

In ‘Far From the Madding Crowd. Thomas Hardy was very interested and concerned with the plight of working women. In Hardy’s times poor women were known as the working class and they worked for high-class women who were rich. Thomas Hardy’s novel ‘Far From the Madding Crowd’ reflects on the plight of working women. Hardy…

Far from the madding crowd

Roles of women in the Victorian times were very limited compared to now. They were expected to be house wives, and never expected to have an opinion or point of view. They were never in control of anything and everything was decided by men. They were usually expected to take care of everything in the…

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