Is Egdon Heath a sinister force in Hardy’s The Return of the Native? why or why not? This discussion is reached on the top. Egdon Heath neither sinister force nor calm while it is a character, it is personified , it is not non living rather it is living, it behaves like a human being, he does poetic justice with the people of Egdon Heath. It is injustice to say Egdon Heath is a sinister force in Hardy’s The Return of the Native. It does not all the time cruel behave with people yet it rewards the people with happiness, as we know that in Hardy’s novel happiness is absent. On the other hands those people show aggression in their conduct for them Egdon Heath is night mare, a monoester, a sinister force.
Egdon Heath is a sinister force in Hardy’s The Return of the Native is quite wrong it is character which significance role in The Return of the Native novel.