Key Quotes - Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Social Criticism)

Chapter 1 (Parson to John)
"who derive their descent from Sir Pagan d'Urberville, that renowned knight who came from Normandy with William the Conqueror, as appears by the Battle Abbey Roll?"
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Chapter 2 (Joan)
"Well, Tess ought to go to this other member of our family. She'd be sure to win the lady - Tess would; and likely enough t'would lead to some noble gentleman marrying her"
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Chapter 11
"An immeasurable social chasm was to divide our heroine's personality thereafter from that previous self of hers who stepped from her mother's door to try her fortune at Trantridge poultry-farm"
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Chapter 28 (Tess to Angel)
"Don't ask me. I told you why - partly. I am not good enough - not worthy enough"
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Chapter 47 (Alec to Tess)
"Remember my lady, I was your master once! I will be your master again!"
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Chapter 52 (Alec to Tess)
"The old order changeth. The little finger of the sham d'Urbervilles can do more for you than the whole dynasty of the real underneath"
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Chapter 2 (Joan)

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"Well, Tess ought to go to this other member of our family. She'd be sure to win the lady - Tess would; and likely enough t'would lead to some noble gentleman marrying her"

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Chapter 11

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Chapter 28 (Tess to Angel)

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Chapter 47 (Alec to Tess)

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