The Question and Answer section for Tess of the D'Urbervilles is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
I think he has something to do with Oliver Cromwell.
In his novel tess of the d'ubervilles,Thomas Hardy deals with issues of morality in two fundamental ways :the relativity of moral values,their variation according to time and place and the opposition between man_made laws and nature.these issues are exp
Sorry, this is an essay statement rather than a short answer question. This is only a small forum space.
Nothing really "good" happens to any of the characters in Tess. They shape each other's lives but suffering is the common denominator for all of them.