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In Tess Durbeyfield, Thomas Hardy created one of the most tragic heroines of English literature. Against a backdrop of a changing and haunting landscape, Tess battles for her freedom from the penury and abuse. The story of her heroism and fortitude, as her destiny is relentlessly played out, is moving and unforgettable
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