Tess of the D'Urbervilles


What does Tess seem to be saying about Industrialization? How does Hardy develop this theme?

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In general industrialization was scorned by the majority of the writers of the Victorian era. Tess' family suffers as do many of the working poor; even today we are aware of the problems that the "industrialized" society thrusts on its workers.