by Thomas Hardy
Category: Language & Literature / General
Publication date: 19790125
Number of pages: 448
Rooted in Thomas Hardy's native Wessex, this novel is the powerful tragedy of a man broken limb from limb on the wheel of his own wrong-headedness. Michael Henchard, a hay-trusser, sells his wife when drunk. Repentant and reformed he rises to become the Mayor of Casterbridge. Then, little by little he loses position, means, respect and love.
What the papers say:
" Hardy ' s world is a world that can never disappear. " - Margaret Drabble
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