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Grant Gardner- grantg103hotmailcomTess Durbeyfield Guilty or not GuiltyIn the book Tess of the DUrbervilles by Thomas Hardy Tess Durbeyfield suffers a great deal of tribulation in her tragic life Although her life is filled with misfortune she is not responsible for these tragic events One of the first tragedies in Tess life that seems to lead to all the others is when she falls asleep as she is taking a load of bees to the market and accidentally kills the horse This is not Tess fault In the first place it wasnt her responsibility to take to bees to the market It was the responsibility of her drunken father If anyone is to blame for being irresponsible it is Tess parents Tess is always doing work her parents should be doing because her parents are too lazy and Tess feels responsible for supporting the family The night before Tess leaves her parents go off to a bar while Tess is left at home to take care of the family and the chores Another tragedy in the life of Tess Durbeyfield is her pregnancy by Alec At first one may think it is all her fault for getting pregnant but if one takes a closer look at the situation Tess was really in it is quite obvious that she was once again a victim of misfortune Tess mother never educates her about some of the essential facts of life and Tess does not know what most men are like In addition Tess selfish mother wants her to marry Alec so that Durbeyfield family can be financially well off She isnt thinking about the best interests of Tess The death of Tess baby is a huge tragedy There is no way Tess is at fault for this tragedy She does everything that any loving mother would do for her baby and more It
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