Tess of the d’Urbervilles is Hardy’s best-known and most studied novel. Among other things, it challenged society’s treatment of women, especially those perceived to have fallen. Like many novels that criticise a society, it is a tragedy. This makes the film hard to watch at times, but it remains one of the best literary adaptations of Hardy’s work.
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