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I take thee to be my lawful wedded husband to have and to hold for better or for worse for richer or poorer in sickness and in health and forsaking all others keep thee only unto me until death do us part Traditional wedding vows are held sacred not only to the ones who pronounce them but vows are also kept sacred in many religions There are many contrasting views of this sacred sacrament that Christians call Marriage In the religion of Catholics marriage is a sacred bonding of the mind body and soul Many women do noble things but you surpass them all Proverbs 3129 In Thomas Hardys Tess of the DUrbervilles Tess the focal point of the novel remained faithful at heart to her marriage despite all of her hardships As marriage completely changes peoples lives for better or for worse every day Tesss ceremony affected her actions and her ability to progress as a young woman The book is divided into seven phases each of which tells a concise and particular story within the larger story of Tesss life and each accomplishes specific goals in moving Tess from her simple youthful life in the country to her tragic early death To an extent this makes the characters in Tess seem one-dimensional Angel Clare who appears briefly in the first section is shown to be graceful kind and life loving but after a while the genuine angel turns cold and heartless Alec DUrberville who in the beginning took advantage of the pure Tess ended up offering a home and family to her when she had no one else to turn to For the reader Hardy created predictable characters to produce suspense of not being able to guess how they will turn out by the end Many readers of Thomas Hardys Tess of the DUrbervilles believe that Alec logically is
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