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The implied inconsistency here in his use of verisimilitude is itself a possible weakness in his plotting technique. STRUCTURE The structure of a novel is the shape given to its plot or series of events. The structure of Hardy's novel has been said to be described by a curve of expectation which traces the changes in the relationship between, and the aspirations of, Clym and Eustacia from waiting in anticipation and hope to the defeat of any possibility for happiness. This curve also reflects the changes in the relationship between the less important characters of Wildeve and Thomasin.
Yeobright, Thomasin, and Venn are products of Egdon and understand it: Clym is frequently shown, for instance, to have an intimate knowledge of its natural features; Thomasin, though well off after her husband dies, has no desire to leave it; Venn is shown to be so familiar with it that at night he can walk at full speed across it without losing his footing. On the other hand, both Eustacia and Wildeve look upon the heath as a place to flee from. It is ironical and appropriate that both should die in a stream near Shadwater Weir.
HARDY, FLORENCE E. The Early Life of Thomas Hardy. London, 1928. A biography by Hardy's second wife, which was probably planned and partly written by Hardy himself. __________. The Later Years of Thomas Hardy. London, 1930. See Hardy, above. RUTLAND, WILLIAM. Thomas Hardy: A Study of His Writings and Their Background. Oxford, 1938. A study of the intellectual background of Hardy's thought and writing. The Southern Review (Thomas Hardy Centennial Issue), Vol. VI (Summer 1940). Essays on various aspects of Hardy's fiction and poetry by such writers as R.