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Essay | Michael Henchard, a Review

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Michael Henchard, a Review

Summary: Discusses the Thomas Hardy novel, Michael Henchard. Describes the novel's plot and examines Henchard's tragic life. Explores the morality of the character.
This novel written by Thomas Hardy is about a man called Michael Henchard who sold his wife and daughter for 5 guineas unconsciously at a market and had them back unexpectedly 18 years later when he was the Mayor of Casterbridge, then had a chain of frustrations and died in unhappiness at length. The character's life is really full of rises and falls,,Ÿ,,Ÿsometimes he had such happiness as reuniting his long-lost family; sometimes he also had such distress as knowing the girl in front of him wasnft his real daughter. What made his life so different from othersf"

As we all know, being a mayor needs good qualities and morality. Now that Henchard was a mayor, which means his behaviour and morality was widely accept, how could he have done such shameful things as selling his wife? Thatfs right, itfs because he was...

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