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Tess of D'urbervillis - Thomas Hardy Reviews

## Is Tess a Pure Woman ? ##
Jul 18, 2011 07:32 PMRead
When Tess of the D' Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy was first published, it caused a storm. Many people found the sub-title(a pure women) of the book offensive. They did not understand how Tess could be called a pure woman when her sexual and criminal guilt were beyond dispute.Main Characters of...Read More

A story of love and destiny
Feb 06, 2008 10:59 PMRead
I have been into books as soon as I was old enough to hold one properly - thanks to my school library, my Mom’s school library(she is a teacher and her school has a massive library) and other libraries etc.When I now look back, I think there has hardly been a day when I have not read somethi...Read More

Tess of the D'Urbevilles- A pure woman
Oct 02, 2007 11:48 PMRead
Tess is a woman with whom any man could fall in love and any other woman could admire and empathise with. As a character, she embodies purity and virtue; her instinctive intelligence sets her apart, she is the rose among the thorns.It is clear as an author, Hardy has become infactuated with ...Read More

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A Classical
Sep 09, 2006 05:32 PMRead
I chose this book to prime the thirst of my English novel reading. These are thrillers and old time classics. The language used is good English and the story is framed in the late 1800. This is what is amazing, to take oneself back to that period and imagine the style of life, the feelings and t...Read More

Who is the Hunter?
Oct 02, 2005 06:45 PMRead
Who is the Hunter?Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the D’ urbervilles” traces the role of destiny in Tess’s life (in general of human victims in this vast world of chances). Next to Anna Karenina, Tess is the most beautiful girl of Literature. If Karenina represents inte...Read More

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Of nobility, morality and tragedy ......
Sep 19, 2005 04:48 AMRead
With the admirable intention of acquainting myself with the classics of English literature I set out to read the works of Thomas Hardy. Hardy's works are described by most critics as being depressive so I was quite heartened when the first book I read by him 'Far From the Madding Crowd', was sad...Read More

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