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The vivid faithfully description of the local geography and social life of the people inWessex shows Hardy’s minuteness of observation and for which this novel deserves tobe called as a “Wessex Novel”.REFERENCESDent, J. M and LTD, Sons. 1958. Everyman’s Encyclopedia. London: Great Britain.Derry, TK and Jarman, TL. 1979. Modern Britain Life and Life through TwoCenturiesof Change. London: Great Britain.Hardy, Thomas. 1991. Tess of the D’ Urbervilles. New Delhi: Rupa.Herbert, Martin. 1990. Planning Research Project: A Guide for and Traines in theHelping Profession. London: Cassel Educational Limited.156
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