Tess of the D'Urbervilles ePUB ✓ Tess of ePUB
- 535 pages
- Tess of the D'Urbervilles
- Thomas Hardy
- 17 April 2015 Thomas Hardy
☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Tess of the D'Urbervilles By Thomas Hardy ✩ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Hardy tells the story of Tess Durbeyfield a beautiful young woman living with her impoverished family in Wessex the southwestern English county immortalized by Hardy After the family learns of their c Hardy tells the story of Tess Durbeyfield a beautiful young woman living with her impoverished family in Wessex the southwestern English county immortalized by Hardy Tess of ePUB Ò After the family learns of their connection to the wealthy d'Urbervilles they send Tess to claim a portion of their fortune She meets and is seduced by the dissolute Alec d'Urberville and secretly bears a child Sorrow who dies in infancy A very different man Angel Clare seems to offer Tess love and salvation but he rejects her—on their wedding night—after learning of her past Emotionally bereft financially impoverished and victimized by the self righteous rigidity of English social morality Tess escapes from her vise of passion through a horrible desperate actThe novel is set in impoverished rural England Thomas Hardy's fictional Wessex during the Long Depression of the s Tess is the oldest child of John and Joan Durbeyfield uneducated peasants; however John is given the impression by Parson Tringham that he may have noble blood since Durbeyfield is a corruption of D'Urberville the surname of a noble Norman family then extinct The news immediately goes to John's headTess has been seen as a personification of nature and her association with animals throughout the novel emphasizes this idea Tess's misfortunes begin when she falls asleep while driving Prince to market and causes the horse's death; at Trantridge she becomes a poultry keeper; she and Angel fall in love amid cows in the fertile Froom valley; and on the road to Flintcombe Ashe she kills some wounded pheasants to end their sufferingHowever Tess emerges as a powerful character not because of this symbolism but because Hardy's feelings for her were strong perhaps stronger than for any of his other invented personages.