Jude the Obscure Volume I EasyRead Large
ReadHowYouWant.com, 2006 - 468 páginas
As in most of his other novels, here too, Hardy manipulates the downfall of his characters through a deity that seems cruel. It highlights the guilt that follows sin and destroys human happiness. With strong autobiographical references, the narrative discusses various themes such as dissatisfied marriage partners, extra-marital affairs and how society ostracizes even the most dignified relations.
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