TB英语文学词汇咀嚼《德伯家的苔丝》(Tess of the Durbervilles)一书的用词。 《苔丝》以哈代的威塞克斯为背景，是一部关于虚伪和双重标准的感人小说。托马斯·哈代（Thomas Hardy，1840—1928）, 英国诗人、小说家。他是横跨两个世纪的作家，早期和中期的创作以小说为主，继承和发扬了维多利亚时代的文学传统；晚年以其出色的诗歌开拓了英国20世纪的文学。
英语文学词汇 Literature Terms
noun： the quality of weighing a lot
The little ones kneeling round, their sleepy eyes blinking and red, awaited her preparations full of suspended wonder which their physical heaviness at that hour would not allow to become active.
noun: tender affection
But certain cows will show a fondness for a particular pair of hands, sometimes carrying this predilection so far as to refuse to stand at all except to their favourite, the pail of a stranger being unceremoniously kicked over.
noun: willingness or a state of being prepared for something
...though the teats of one or two were as hard as carrots, gave down to her with a readiness that made her work on them a mere touch of the fingers.
noun: Having or making no sound; without sound
The soundlessness impressed her as a positive entity rather than as the mere negation of noise.
noun: the quality of being intent and concentrated; giving all your attention to something
Though near nightfall, the rank-smelling weed-flowers glowed as if they would not close for intentness, ...
noun: the quality of having recently come into existence
The insight afforded into Clare's character suggested to her that it was largely owing to her supposed untraditional newness that she had won interest in his eyes.
noun： the fact of being near the end of the day
Tess was indignant and ashamed. She no longer minded the loneliness of the way and the lateness of the hour; her one object was to get away from the whole crew as soon as possible.
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