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1/16 How does Grace identify the faithless arm, which lets a scantily dressed Suke out of Fitzpiers’s house at dawn? 1/17 What does Tim Tangs, Suke’s (dangerous) ﬁancé, do for a living? 1/18 Why does Fitzpiers decide to put black plaster (rather than skin-coloured plaster) on Mrs Charmond’s minor scratch? 1/19 What does the narrative instruct us is the ‘one word’ which describes Felice Charmond? 1/20 What adjective describes Suke Damson? 1/21 What is the name of the frisky horse which (when he mistakes it for torpid Darling) brings Fitzpiers to grief?
1/16 How much does Henchard pay his waggoners? 1/17 Who is the Mayor of Casterbridge, between Henchard’s and Farfrae’s terms? 1/18 How did Elizabeth-Jane acquire her ‘wonderful skill in netting’? 1/19 Where does Henchard make his home, after his bankruptcy? 1/20 What is Henchard’s immediate plan, after being ruined? 1/21 What, in his working clothes, does the ruined Henchard wear on his head? 1/22 Where do Casterbridge’s unfortunates (the misérables of the town, as Hardy calls them, with an allusion to Victor Hugo) like to gather, despondently?
Check answers at the end of the book. Give yourself a bonus for every interpretative answer which seems to you (1) correct (2) more plausible, witty, or ingenious than that which I offer. Total all your marks. If you scored 100 (or more), write your own book. Over 60, congratulations; 30 or less–– you will have the pleasure of rereading The Return of the Native. Introductory Note on the Novel The Mayor of Casterbridge was serialized in the Graphic, January– May 1886, with illustrations by Robert Barnes.