Tess of the DUrbervilles Quotes by Thomas Hardy
Coincidence, destiny and fate
Taken from Chapter I, the local parson advises Mr. Interestingly, the tone used by the parson remains casual, almost as if he is incapable of imagining how this news might result in tragedy later on. The parson sees this as genealogical trivia, but Mr. Durbeyfield believes it to be fate. Clare came close, and bent over her.
Readers are drawn to the concepts of coincidence, Fate and destiny in Hardy's novels because they seem central to the way in which he makes his plots work.
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