Tess and Angel

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  • Relationships between Tess and Angel
    • Focus on innocence
      • 'She had looked so soft in her thin white gown'
      • 'You are very much excited, and very inexperienced'
      • 'He loved her dearly, though perhaps rather ideally and fancifully'
    • Pastoral setting
      • 'The season developed and matured'
        • beginning of their relationship
      • 'Hot steaming rains fell frequently'
    • Lust and Passion
      • 'Three Leahs to get one Rachel'
      • 'her lips parted and she sank upon him'
    • Conflict
      • 'I cannot be your wife'
        • Consequences of Alec
          • 'I was a child- a child when it happened'
            • Conflict
              • 'I cannot be your wife'
                • Consequences of Alec
                  • 'I was a child- a child when it happened'
                • Your mother wouldn't like you to marry such as me'
                  • Social Class
                • 'She will want you to marry a lady'
                  • Social Class
                • 'I  should secure rustic innocence'
                  • Double standards of Victorian men and women. (Women are expected to be pure)
        • Your mother wouldn't like you to marry such as me'
          • 'She will want you to marry a lady'
            • 'I  should secure rustic innocence'
              • Double standards of Victorian men and women. (Women are expected to be pure)
          • 'now in a direction almost opposite to that of her first adventuring'

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