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The Suffering of Tess D'urberville

Summary: Tess of the D'Urbervilles is a tragic novel written by Thomas Hardy. In this novel, Tess, a poor and lonely young woman, experiences a series of unfortunate events which shape her character throughout the story. Her most significant tragedies include the death of her horse, Prince, her rape, the death of her baby, Angel leaving her, and her execution.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles is a tragic novel written by Thomas Hardy. In this novel, Tess, a poor and lonely young woman, experiences a series of unfortunate events which shape her character throughout the story. Her most significant tragedies include the death of her horse, Prince, her rape, the death of her baby, Angel leaving her, and her execution. She constantly blames herself for these occurrences and rightly should, for she causes most of her own suffering. Tess is the cause of her own misery, because she puts herself in dangerous and vulnerable situations, she feels guilty for things she is not wholly responsible for, and she allows herself to be easily tricked and manipulated by Alec D'Urberville.

Throughout the book, the reader finds Tess in various situations which she puts herself into that result in her misery. In Marlott, while delivering the beehives for...

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