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  • Personal Goals Influencing Marriage In The Return Of The Native - 1,233 words
    Personal Goals Influencing Marriage In The Return Of The Native Personal Goals Influencing Marriage in the Return of the Native When one thinks of marriage, images of happiness, faithfulness, and unconditional love come to mind. Marriages are not for allowing two lovers to accomplish personal goals, but rather for faithful companions to live the rest of their lives together. In The Return of the Native, Thomas Hardy presents the reader with two pairs of lovers that marry to accomplish personal goals, not because of a mutual love and a desire to obtain a lifelong soul mate. Hardy reveals the true motives governing the participants in the novels marriage alliances: Eustacia, Clym, Thomasin, an ...
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  • Return Of The Native - 1,017 words
    Return Of The Native The entire opening chapter of The Return of the Native is devoted to a lengthy description of Egdon Heath, the setting of the novel. The heath must be significant in terms of the themes and the continue progress of the novel. The author of the novel, Thomas Hardy, made the heath so significant to the point that it can be look upon as a character like any other in the novel. The heaths constant correlation with the plot and its personality even transformed it into the major antagonist of the story. In the opening chapter the heath is introduced just as how a major character of most novels would be introduced with detail. In fact, the way Hardy devoted the entire first cha ...
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  • The Influences Of Clym In The Return Of The Native - 528 words
    The Influences Of Clym In The Return Of The Native The Influences of Clym in The Return of the Native The novel, The Return of the Native, explores the clash between the inevitable social change and a traditional way of life. Set in imaginary landscape of Wessex, the story concerns Eustacia Vye, Mrs Yeobright, Thomasin, and Damon Wildeve - and how Clym Yeobright, the returning native of the title, affects each of their destinies, an his own. The brooding menace of Egdon Heath in Dorsetshire opens Hardy's novel of tragic passion. Eustacia Vye, willful and longing for the excitement of city life, awaits her lover on the forbidding moor. She married Clym Yeobright, newly returned from Paris, th ...
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  • Thomas Hardys The Return Of The Native - 506 words
    Thomas Hardy`S The Return Of The Native The Return of the Native In Thomas Hardys The Return of the Native, the characters are responsible for their own decisions and actions. Eustacia, Wildeve, and Mrs. Yeobright all make choices that lead to the destruction of themselves and others. It is their influence, not the heaths, that eventually leads them to their graves. From the beginning Mrs. Yeobright is unhappy with the way things are, and is never happy throughout the entire novel. She is unhappy that Thomasin is going to marry Wildeve. She thinks that its a step down in class than someone she should be marrying. The tension between her and her son is immediate when she is irritated that Cly ...
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  • Wuthering Heights - 1,257 words
    Wuthering Heights The Power of Fate Fate, a term which seems to appear every so often in the everyday world, can be a powerful force when dealing with the predetermination of events. Whether in the past, present or future, fate can change how things were, or are supposed to be. As William Jennings Byran, a famous military colonel, once said, "Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is not a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing which is to happen." Fate cannot be altered and is something which must happen to everyone and everything. As is the case with Thomas Hardy's novel, Return of the Native. Without the element of fate, the plot of Return of the Native would h ...
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