The Question and Answer section for The Mayor of Casterbridge is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Young lovers were the primary visitors to the Amphitheatre.... it was a plave for them to sneak away.
But one kind of appointment--in itself the most common of any--seldom had place in the Amphitheatre: that of happy lovers.
The gallows were located in the Amphitheatre.
Apart from the sanguinary nature of the games originally played therein, such incidents attached to its past as these: that for scores of years the town-gallows had stood at one corner; that in 1705 a...
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