Tuesday, 30 October 2007
I finished reading Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd recently.
At the end Gabriel Oaks and the widowed Bathsheba Troy nee Everdene are walking to church for their wedding, sharing a large umbrella against the rain.
Bathsheba is described that “Repose had again incarnadined her cheeks”.
Wrong. That was Mary on the word Carminative, used wrongly by Cawdrey to mean warm and flushed when it is really to do with flatulence. Presumably he meant incarnadine.
I think I will stick to saying pink.
Posted on 10/30/2007 2:43 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
6 Apr 2010
may i just say what you said is very true but its not what im looking for. please can you tell me a quote which is when Bathsheba Everdene says yes to marrying Gabriel Oak at the end of the novel?
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