Tess of the d’Urbervilles is one of the successful novels of the 19th century. It was due to the content in the novel that made him controversial because it discussed many problems related to sexual behavior of the people after the establishment of Victorian England. It got published as a censored version due to the problems during those times. Anything especially related to sex was not allowed to be talked about freely and that’s why they censored the book’s content. However, later it also got published as a completely uncensored book. Thomas Hardy is also known for his other novels but this one got him recognized in the public due to the way it challenged the sexual morals of people of England. What’s more in this book? You’re going to know a lot after reading the summary, review and downloading Tess of the d’Urbervilles pdf.
About the Author Thomas Hardy:
Thomas Hardy is one of the most prominent authors from the 19th century. He was an English novelist and poet and one of the best in the 19th century. Though his famous book Tess of the d’Urbervilles also opened him too much criticism but he was good in it. His writings and poetry were mostly influenced by romanticism. He was also a realist at the times of Victorian England. He was loved by many but also hated by most due to his political and social views. He lived from 2nd June 1840 to 11th January 1928. He was greatly influenced by Charles Dickens and William Wordsworth. His writings were a reflection of the writings of these two legendary writers. Anyhow, Tess of the d’Urbervilles made him really famous during those times and his other books also got ranked among some of the good books of that time.
Tess of the d’Urbervilles Summary:
The story is a man who thinks that he belongs to a noble family named d’Urbervilles. He also has a daughter whose name is Tess and that’s why the book’s title is Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Tess is growing up and one day in a village dance carnival she sees a boy. Her parents are worried about her so they decide to send her to the d’Urbervilles. The send her there with the hope that living a rich family might change her fate. The girl is not aware of the fact that she not relation with these people. It was her father who gave him their name while he wasn’t sure himself. Alec who is the son of the family has bad eyes on the girl. Tess, however, manages to resist her for quite a long time and never let him do anything.
One day, Alec finds her in the woods and rape her. He puts his child in her belly. Tess could never love Alec so she decides to return home with his Bastard in her belly. The innocent dies soon after his birth and Tess is left grieved. Time passes and she forgets about all that tragedy. She makes new friends and spends time with them. One day while with her friends, she finds the same man whom she first saw at the dancing party. His name is Angel and he is a nice gentleman. They fall in love again and get married. Then they confess that they both had unusual things happened to them such as Tess’ child and Angel had an affair. Angel is forgiven but he never forgives Tess and asks her to leave the place. He boards her to Brazil to leave another life of tragedy.
Tess of the d’Urbervilles Pdf Review:
Different people make different assessments according to their perspective. And we cannot blame anyone for their negatives perspective because that is how they see things. The way I see things cannot be the same as some other reviewer would write about this book. Thomas Hardy greatly challenged the sexual morals of the society. It was a man who raped her and put his child in her belly. It was not her fault at all but Angel, another man never understood. He could have understood and forgiven her but he let his anger cloud his judgment. He knows that it wasn’t her fault and but he let her go while she was the same woman who had already forgiven him for his mistake. We need to understand that forgiveness and understanding are the pearls that are needed be worked both ways to bring peace in society.
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