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In any story dramatic situations occur In most of these stories the main character is affected by one or more characters situations and or society which later on influences the mind of the main character When the mind and thinking process of a character or person is altered than consequences begin to happen to that character and others who make close contact with that character These types of dramatic stories will always have a villain and a hero These roles might be presented by psychological ways or by physical ways In other words the evil character might be doing the damage mentally or by physically bringing harm to another character When the villain has struck the person they have targeted it would seem that the victim is the villain by the other characters society hence so does the audience The novel Tess Of The DUrbervilles by Thomas Hardy which ran from July to December 1891 portrays the mind of two classes upper and lower and the way in which western society old England viewed a villain in a dramatic situation Thomas Hardy uses a variety of narrative techniques in order to convey his own impressions of society in which both he and his character Tess lived Thomas grew up in Higher Bock Hampton and was greatly influenced by the upper class but also had connections with the lower working class This connection changed the way he viewed societies moral beliefs He felt that he was part of neither of the classes and depicted this in the novel through the characters In this novel there are three main characters Tess Durbeyfield Mrs Clare Angel Clare and Alec DUrbervilles Tess is the center of attention with all the emotions and consequences evolving around her The question of who the villain really is arises and can the villain be said to be one-person alone Alec and Angel are two men that fall in love
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