The vivid faithfully description of the local geography and social life of the

The vivid faithfully description of the local

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The vivid faithfully description of the local geography and social life of the people in Wessex shows Hardy’s minuteness of observation and for which this novel deserves to be called as a “Wessex Novel”. REFERENCES Dent, J. M and LTD, Sons. 1958. Everyman’s Encyclopedia . London: Great Britain. Derry, TK and Jarman, TL. 1979. Modern Britain Life and Life through Two Centuries of 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 the Helping Profession. London: Cassel Educational Limited. 156
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