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Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891)

af Thomas Hardy

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Kærlighedshistorie fra Victoriatidens England hvor en kvinde stemples som "falden" af den konventionelle samfundsmoral i et landsbymiljø.
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    Fjernt Fra Verdens Vrimmel af Thomas Hardy (alaudacorax)
    alaudacorax: At the moment, I think this is the finest of Hardy's novels - if you've read and liked any of the others I'm sure you'll like this. If you've been turned-off by the grimness of some of his others - Tess ..., for instance - you might well find this more palatable.… (mere)
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    Moll Flanders af Daniel Defoe (roby72)
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    Middlemarch, Bind 1 af George Eliot (readerbabe1984)
  4. 30
    Jude the Obscure af Thomas Hardy (Booksloth)
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    Store forventninger af Charles Dickens (Johanna11)
    Johanna11: Both books write about people with expectations for their future, both are very well written at the end of the nineteenth century.
  6. 20
    The House of Mirth af Edith Wharton (Lapsus_Linguae)
    Lapsus_Linguae: Both novels depict an attractive young woman who becomes an outcast because of society's sexual mores.
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    Anna Karenina af Leo Tolstoy (roby72)
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    The Portrait of a Lady af Henry James (roby72)
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    Adam Bede af George Eliot (Heather39)
    Heather39: Both books tell the story of a young, working class woman who enters into a relationship with a gentleman, eventually to her downfall.
  10. 12
    Villette af Charlotte Brontë (allenmichie)
  11. 12
    The Quarry Wood af Nan Shepherd (edwinbcn)
    edwinbcn: Written by a woman, "The Quarry Wood" explores the awakening sexuality and awareness of the young Martha. More outspoken than Thomas Hardy, but not yet as free as D.H. Lawrence.
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    Muriel's Wedding [1994 film] af P. J. Hogan (lucyknows)
    lucyknows: Muriel's Wedding could be paired with Tess of the D'Urbervilles as well as several other novels, such as, My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and even with Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing
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Thomas Hardy is some kind of demented genius. He depicts the hypocrisy of gender stereotypes in Victorian society so vividly that you feel the acutest dread and misery as you read. It's about as pleasant as an annual pap smear. Or a root canal. I do not ever feel the need to read this book again. Tess is a pathetic, sweet, naive little flower, and the men are horrible. This was a miserable reading experience, and it does.not.let.up. ( )
  DrFuriosa | Dec 4, 2020 |
In stead of reading the paper edition, I chose to listen to the audio version of this book.

Well, what can I say. In a way it was a great portrait of several characters. Modern people, stubborn, old fashioned ones. It was also an account of the life of Tess, who started out as a naive young girl that was terribly harmed and took a big blow from life.

I didn't particularly like the writing style (the secrecy, not overtly writing about a subject or describing what is happening. It is part of the time frame though, so I've put up with it. And again a more or less helpless woman (who can earn her own bread & butter), but is bound to a man/men by the circumstances, unable to get out because of conventions. Even though I realized that while reading, it still made me livid... ( )
  BoekenTrol71 | Oct 24, 2020 |
This book was so tragic it was painful. But I am left wondering...why? Maybe this is some kind of commentary on the world and the people of Hardy's time, maybe this tells us something about where we all were culturally or socially, but I couldn't see it for all of the gut-wrenching heartbreak. Usually tragedy goes hand-in-hand with some sense of "rightness" or meaning but this hurt so bad that I rushed my way through the ending just so the pain would stop. Hardy's writing is beautiful, and timeless in a way that even I found it was accessible in the world of 2019 Internetspeak. Just why did it have to hurt so much? ( )
  PhasicDA | Aug 3, 2020 |
The actions of Tess's husband at two critical junctures are implausible but necessary for plot development. Or I should say plausible within a framework of Victorian sexual morality that is essential for the plot to work. Without that morality there would be no sad story to tell here. ( )
  JoeHamilton | Jul 21, 2020 |
Tess was the second Thomas Hardy novel I read and probably overall his best. The characters are deeply drawn, with complex motivations. It's a deeply tragic work, but the tragedy seems to flow realistically, arising from the social norms of the day and from the characters own failings, which are often indistinguishable from their virtues. Tess's pride and independence keep her from asking for help from those who would have been willing to provide it, for instance. The final pages were the books only unrealistic turn for me, with Tess's husband seemingly ready to start his live anew with Tess's sister. I guess such things might actually happen in real life, but it held and unpleasant creepiness for me.

The setting is probably the real star of this book. Hardy is meticulous in his description of life on an English dairy, but he as a deft hand that doesn't allow the description to distract from the plot. Hardy also produces stunningly beautiful prose, but his books never feel overwritten. Highly recommended. ( )
  James_Maxey | Jun 29, 2020 |
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Daring in its treatment of conventional ideas, pathetic in its sadness, and profoundly stirring by its tragic power. The very title, "Tess of the D'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman", is a challenge to convention.
 

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