Tess of the d

Tess of the d'Urbervilles’

The reading report Thomas Hardy,the author of Tess,who lived in Victorian period was influenced both in his novels and poetry by romanticism.He was a famous English novelist and poet.Although he built a reputation as a successful novelist, Hardy considered himself first and foremost poet.Hardy totally published nearly twenty novels in his life,and Tess was one of the most famous works.In reality,there is no doubt that Tess was a tragedy whether the girl named Tess or the society!

Tess Durbeyfield is a 16-year-old simple country girl, the eldest daughter of John and Joan Durbeyfield,who lived in a poor but dreamy family.In a chance of knowing that they was the relatives of noble,her parents demanded her to meet their honke--Ms d’Urberville.Since then,it seemed that she was destined to tragedy!She met the son of Ms-Alec d’Urberville.Unfortunately,Tess was raped by him!While she returned home soon,she gave a birth to a child.Unluckily,being the product of a violent relationship,the poor son died in his infancy.Suffering more,Tess eventually married the man who was the third son of a pastor named Angel Clare after she was away from home to nearby Talbothays Dairy to become a milkmaid to a good-natured dairyman!However,listening the things about Tess before,Angel abandoned her.Reluctantly ,she became the lover of Alec.At the last,she chose to kill Alec when Clare returned.They spent