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No writer since Charles Reades day has invented anything so characteristic of personified femininity as the conduct of Arabella Fawley in Jude the Obscure wrote Harpers. As in most of his other novels Hardy manipulates the downfall of his characters through a deity that seems cruel. The novel highlights the guilt that follows sin and destroys human happiness.

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