Tess of the DUrbervilles
Thomas Hardy
Contributed by Harvey Landy
Chapter 20

The season moves on with the dairy house bustling each day, and Tess and Angel each maintain their interest in the other. Tess realizes that she is actually quite happy at Talbothays. Each morning, since Tess is charged with waking everyone up, she and Angel have a few lone moments with each other. Angel tries to tell himself that his interest in Tess is purely philosophical, but he grows more and more fond of Tess. He notes her ethereal beauty and compares her to great heroines of the past, though he feels she is completely unique.

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