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The Novel Mayor Of Caster - bridgeby Thomas Hardy
had already offered the job. Susan believed for a long time that her "marriage" to Newson was perfectly legitimate. He curses himself for having married at too young, an age to be able to earn enough to support his family, and offers to sell his wife and the small girl to the highest bidder. He comes to attend their wedding, and is scolded by Elizabeth-Jane for not having told her that Newson, and not he, is her real father. Thomas Hardy, they arrive in time for an agricultural fair being held in the village. But sorrow soon comes in the shape of Susan's death hardly a year after they have been the Dispute over Steel Tariffs re-united, and Henchard's coming to know that Newson, and not he, is the real father of Elizabeth-Jane whom he has so far loved deeply as his own daughter.
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The rivalry in business between Henchard and Farfrae leads finally to the immense flourishing of the latter's business and the ultimate ruin of Henchard's. Richard Newson: sailor; purchases Susan and lives with her for many years as her de-facto husband. Henchard meanwhile makes increasingly aggressive, risky business decisions that put him in financial danger. Frustrated by her stalling, Henchard bullies Lucetta into agreeing to marry him. In the meantime, Lucetta arrives from. Henchard is sure, however, that someday the whole truth will be revealed and his lie will stand exposed. In spite of Henchards stubbornness and folly, we cannot help liking him for his bravery and his innate sense of justice. Farfrae starts his own grain-business, and prospers much. Jersey and purchases a house in Casterbridge. Taking pity on the downcast woman, Susan, Richard Newson a sailor who happens to be present there on that occasion, buys her for five guineas, and walks away with her. She does not tell Henchard until well after the fact.
The Mayor of Casterbridge contains some fine descriptions of rural surroundings, depiction of touching scenes and situations, and, above all, a skillful portrayal of a clearly conceived and competently delineated character of the central figure, Henchard. 4 Bibliography edit Menefee, Samuel., Wives for Sale: An Ethnographic Study of British Popular Divorce (1981) isbn. Rivalry with his own employee, Donald Farfrae, brings about his ruin. These are the greatness in him. The day of the marriage of Farfrae and Elizabeth-Jane is fixed. Initially she hopes to resume their relationship, but propriety requires that they wait a while.
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