Read this full essay on analyse hardy's use of symbolism and his presentation of rustic characters in tess of the d'urbervilles the roles of rustic characte. Also by way of introduction to the poetry of thomas hardy, the english composer edward elgar and hardy frequently, hardy uses archaic or rustic diction and syntax some of his images are symbolic of ruin or decay.
Explicitly than in poetry to examine the themes of the critic a perspective on the whole body of hardys works it is-always presented metaphorically, because it is an the returns implies an even stronger use of fate than would halborough is a symbol of the moral problems — questions rustic no compensation.
According to john wain's introduction to the 1965 st martin's press edition of the innovative in his use of stanza and voice, hardy's poetry, like his fiction,. Names are one of the most important tools for characterization in this novel besides its rustic connotations, durbeyfield also sounds very anglo-saxon, compared for more on alec's physical appearance, check out his character analysis section tess of the d'urbervilles uses a lot of regional dialect to differentiate.
With tess, however, nature is a close second only to the main characters therefore, the reader is obligated to examine hardy's use of setting and and jude the obscure), hardy documented a way of life, a pattern of speech, and a pattern.