I love the way Thomas Hardy writes. Hardy's writing style is so rich and colorful. In "Far From The Madding Crowd," he uses different idioms in his writing, which I think makes the story a lot more interesting. The plot of this novel is so well written. I couldn't put it down.-Sarah
When Thomas Hardy wrote his novel, Far From The Madding Crowd, he created a world that was so vivid and intense that it became an unforgettable experience for the reader. Hardy also wrote in a way that allowed the reader to get lost in the story.This novel is about a shepherd, named Gabriel Oak, who falls in love with a woman, named Bathsheba Everdene. The two of them get married and move into Gabriel's cottage. All is well until one
I am in love with this book! I read it for the first time when I was in high school and I remember thinking that it was so clever that Thomas Hardy wrote about people at the same time as he was writing about people of his day. It is a book about a fictitious character named Gabriel Oak and his life on and off the road to London. This is one of my favorites because it is such a clever story.
I needed to write a literature review about Far From The Madding Crowd and The Mystic Princesses And The Whirlpool books. I read Far From The Madding Crowd with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Thomas Hardy is a wonderful writer.