What are the ills of Victorian society that Hardy addresses in Tess of the d'Urbervilles?
Hardy addresses the Industrial Revolution and the dehumanization created by the factory driven cities. He portrays the destabilization of rural communities as a result of industry, the inability of family farms to keep up with the economic demand of the time, and the need for families to be broken apart so that...
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