far from the madding crowd

Far From The Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy

Thomas Hardy

This book is the only true classic of English literature in modern times. It has been translated in more than 30 languages and has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide.First, we have to know a little bit about Hardy’s personality and style. He was a harsh critic of social norms and conventionality, which made him very well-known in his time. In addition, he was known for his dark humor, unique sense of justice, and a love for nature: he became famous for his gloomy descriptions from the landscape and its inhabitants.

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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.