Far From The Madding Crowd, perhaps the best-known and most
humorous of Hardy's novels even though the familiar themes of
suffering and betrayal are evident, is the product of Hardy's
intimate and first-hand knowledge of the attributes, habits,
inconsistencies and idiosyncrasies of rural men and women. The
mainspring of the book is Bathsheba Everdene and her three suitors.
In portraying her caprice and willfulness gradually crushed by
bitter self-knowledge and rejection, Hardy makes his point about
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