Tess of the d'urbervill

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Tess of the D’urberville’s The difference between destiny and fate is that with fate, it is up to the individual to make the decisions on the path of life, whereas with destiny, a path has already been decided. Everybody has the opportunity to take the path of life in the right direction, and make good decisions. When choices are not made with the heart, it can often lead to somebody’s demise. In …

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…Tess was born cursed, her downfall was a direct result of the decisions that she made as her life unfolded. Tess was in control of her fate every step of the way, and had the opportunity to turn back at any point. Tess choose not to turn back at any point on her downward spiral, and as a result was destroyed by a cruel and uncaring world which takes no prisoners, and never looks back.