Thomas Hardy is a productive writer, and Tess of the D’Urbervilles is regarded as Hardy’s most artiscally monumental novel. Since its publication in 1891, it had appealed great public attention. The novel was abundant in symbolistis images, and the image of horse frequently appeared in the novel. the paper is going to analyze the diverse symbolism of horse, disclose its significant roles in deepening the tragic theme of the novel, and profoundly portray the personalities of Tess D’Urbervilles and her inner world.
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