Is Angel Really an Angel?--- The Paradox of Angel of Tess of the D’Urbervilles

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Philosophy

 

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Joel B

 

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April 1, 2015

 

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But there is still another character----Angel whom Tess loves most. In this paper, the author tries to prove that Angel is the root cause which leads to Tess’s tragedy. And through comparing this character to the image of angle in Christianity, tries to find the similarities between these two. Why does Angel hurt Tess so badly although he loves her so much? Is there some symbolized meaning of his name? In this paper, the author will explain those questions, and finally explain the question in title: Is Angel really an angel? Key words: angel;paradox; Christianity Introduction "Tess of the D'Urbervilles", the magnum opus of Thomas Hardy, is one of the excellent literary works of the European Critical Realism...
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Why does Angel hurt Tess so badly although he loves her so much? Is there some symbolized meaning of his name? In this paper, the author will explain those questions, and finally explain the question in title: Is Angel really an angel? Key words: angel;paradox; Christianity Introduction "Tess of the D'Urbervilles", the magnum opus of Thomas Hardy, is one of the excellent literary works of the European Critical Realism...
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