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Through many novels, Thomas Hardy has told the stories of characters and flaws.
This book was a very good book, at first I thought that it would be a boring classic book but as I started reading it I realized that it was a really good book.
So strong is Tess's love for Angel Clare, and so powerful her disgust at what Alec D'Urberville has forced her to become, that she kills Alec.
I've seen the movie twice and read the book 2-3 times. The other day I told a friend about it and realized I wanted to read it again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dbeadery.etsy
I've read lots of Thomas Hardy, and somehow left this book for last. I should have read it sooner. Not to give too much away, every woman alive in the western world should read... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ron Vaughn
I love this era. I enjoy reading how life and relationships were so conservative. Unfortunately I just finished reading all 50
Shades of Gray so WHAT A CONTRAST IN... Read more
I didn't really care for the ending her stabbing the one who distroyed her virtue then telling Angel to we'd her sister???Published 2 months ago by Taryn Lenihan
Given the publication date,1891,Tess deals exceptionally with the double standard sexual mores of the time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by thomas l. perkins,jr.
I love the way Thomas Hardy tells tragic stories. I read Tess when I was probably 12, and then again my senior year of high school. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Riley Davis