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Dear Tess of the D UrbervillesI m writing you this letter because you pissed me off I m angry Tess I ve got a lot to say to you and I want you to hear it I will warn you though I m not holding anything back We re going to talk about everything everything that happens in your life from beginning to end How could you be so silly How could you be so hapless and so helpless Why do you seem to be an ill fated walking disaster of doom trodden woe Why oh why did you never learn anything Tess you re an absolute idiot It s okay I understand You were young and inexperienced in the beginning But why were you still by the end Your only act of courage was nothing but pure stupidity It could only end one way after that How could you not see Alec s wolfish nature in the beginning The man forced fed you fruit he made you part your lips whilst he shoved his all too suggestive strawberry in your mouth How could you not see the nature of such an imposing act Read over it Tess See it from my point of view They are already here D Urberville began gathering specimens of the fruit for her handing them back to her as he stooped and presently selecting a specially fine product of the British ueen variety he stood up and held it by the stem to her mouthNo no she said uickly putting her fingers between his hand and her lips I would rather take it in my own handNonsense he insisted and in a slight distress she parted her lips and took it inHow could you not see his motives I understand that your mother didn t teach you anything Your parents threw you into the world and let you bare their burdens of responsibility I understand that was a large task But still how can you not see that this man was sniffing round you and only after one thing Why didn t you run Why didn t you get as far away as possible form such an insincere degenerate cur as Alec D Urberville After that Tess I just couldn t believe in your character I cannot believe that someone could possibly be as stupid as you Tess I m sorry Tess but you were just badly written You just seemed a little bit too fatalistic It s like you d given up on life before you d even experienced it You just went from disaster to disaster without realising that most men of your time were pigs You didn t learn anything it s like you were born with a pre ordained destiny to take shit from everybody and then die You just trudged through muck and then went looking for afterwards If you re characterisation is emblematic of Victorian womanhood then every Victorian woman has been terrible insulted I understand that the problems you faced were real You came across real injustice Tess There s no denying that What Alec did to you was pure evil What Angel did you was nothing short of neglect One rule for men and another for women eh Tess You really experienced misogyny and injustice I know and I feel sorry for you but Tess you were just so unbelievably weak Why did you go running back to Angel after what he did to you He clearly didn t love you Why did you wait for him for so long and just accept the negligence that he subjected you to How could you let yourself down like that You should have gone on your own and become your own woman you should have become empowered rather than crawling back to the bastards that mistreated you Your actions made no sense Your emotions and love changed with the wind I blame your creator Tess I don t think he knew uite what he wanted when he wrote you He made a character who was a survivor with a will to keep trudging through life s shit but she kept going back to that shit again and again Rather than make you hopeless he should have had you learn from the evils of the world and become a woman who knew how to deal with it Then there s the ending of your story Tess Why Stonehenge Why did you run there of all places Why not go to the train station Why did you let yourself be led along by that prat Angel Clare one time AhhTess why did you waste your life The men you met were assholes your family were assholes too so why didn t you just get away from it all Your most tragic mistake Tess and your doom was not realising what was inside you Tess only if you realised only if the man who wrote you realised that women don t need to rely on men then the whole tragedy would have been avoided And I wouldn t be writing this letter to a fictional corpse Yours sincerelyA very dissatisfied reader Techniue of Getting Things Done illustrated newspaper The Graphic Ace The Wildes of Wyoming #3 in book for. 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Tess of the d Urbervilles is not a feel good book which sharply sets it apart from the other 19th century novels about young women think Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre for instance No it s sad and depressing to the point where it almost makes me angry Because poor Tess prone to making choices that are invariably the worst for her just cannot catch a break Because it s like she has majorly pissed off some higher powers that be and they are taking revenge giving her the most rotten luck Because Tess seems to have resigned herself to a future with few silver linings having learned to view herself through the cruel prism of social conventions Because it lacks any happiness and warm fuzzies that would make you want to reread this book while curled up on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate on a cold rainy day This lack of any feel good warm fuzzies and Hardy s relentless destruction of anything that can make Tess life tolerable and of course combined with the fact that this book apparently is on the reuired reading list for many high schoolers and we all know how intolerable the books we have been coerced to read as teens can appear may be at least partially responsible for why so many of my GR friends dislike it the same people who apparently have enjoyed other 19th century novels about young women And yet I liked it Maybe because I read it without anyone s coercion without being forced to see the symbolism or make analyses of the themes and all that bullshit that high school students have to put up with during the endless hours of English classes Never in her life she could swear it from the bottom of her soul had she ever intended to do wrong yet these hard judgments had come Whatever her sins they were not sins of intention but of inadvertence and why should she have been punished so persistently Because all symbolism aside blah blah Tess Nature destroyed by civilization and all that Hardy seems to be doing a pretty good job showing the stupidity of rigid morals applied to women in Victorian England the morals and attitudes that made women inferior and subservient to men Because uite a few things are wrong when a rapist offering to marry his victim is considered a good resolution to the situation as he must be her real husband because he was the first to claim her vagina with his penis regardless of whether she wanted him then or wants him now Because something is wrong when a woman becomes damaged goods in the eyes of the society because of someone else s action actually when regardless of the action her worth is based on the state of intactness of her hymen That attitude did not die with Victorian era of course It is still perpetuated and fed to the young members of the society Think for instance of all the young adult heroines that are pure by the virtue of their virginity while there always or almost always appears to be an evil side character a slut who dares to be sexually experienced Guess who is invariably preferred by all the romantic interests That s right Sluts are put in their place pretty uickly UghHardy does a great job portraying unhealthy relationships in this book without attempting to convince the reader that those are actually normal I will not go into details about the unhealthiness of Tess relationship with her rapist that s self evident But her doomed relationship with Angel Clare is also painted as unhealthy and dangerous and not alluringly dangerous like many books are prone to depict such situations Tess feelings for him are blinding and obsessive and the danger of those are clearly shown as she is ready to lose herself in him and even die for his sake Angel s feelings are treated eually harshly as instead of respecting and admiring Tess for the person she is he idolizes what he thinks she is he creates an idea of her being who he wants her to be and in that remains completely blind to who she actually is Hardy s portrayal of that ill fated relationship definitely does not glamorize the unhealthy aspects of it and I applaud him for itI did enjoy reading a book about a 19th century young woman who does not belong to the privileged class and whose ideas of poverty are not simply living in a smaller cottage and not being able to attend fancy balls I liked the idea of a woman who is capable of work and does not shy away from it I loved how much Hardy tried to emphasize that the stereotypes of peasants as faceless mass of idiots were not true and how he stayed away from glamorizing money and pedigree Tess supposed noble descent brings her nothing but pain after all She might have seen that what had bowed her head so profoundly the thought of the world s concern at her situation was founded on illusion She was not an existence an experience a passion a structure of sensations to anybody but herself To all humankind besides Tess was only a passing thought Overall I enjoyed this book but I m not sure I will ever reread it knowing now the turn the events in Tess life take For 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