Tess of the D’Urbervilles

Tess of the D’Urbervilles

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At the end of the paper, please include a “Works Cited” page, using proper MLA formatting. You may use secondary sources if you wish.

Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles invites the reader to consider a variety of forces and determining factors in the story’s outcome. Not all of the forces and factors, it seems, should be taken as truly determinative; yet the reader is challenged to sort through the various points of view to decide which truly are powerful in the world of the novel, and which are not.
The topic is the relationship of nature to human consciousness and action. Make an argument that clarifies how the reader ought to sort through the different claims various voices in the novel make about the determining effects of the forces involved.

Don’t get too creative with the writing. Create a strong thesis with supporting evidence from the text (interpreted textual detail) and/or related articles that can be found in the back of the book. Be straightforward and very formal in style. 1,250-1500 words Quotations from the text should be taken from the Third Edition edited by Scott Elledge A Norton Critical Edition, W.W. Norton & Company: New York, London

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