The Life of Servants<br />Tess of The D’Urbervilles<br />
WORDLE<br />
“The letter was in the third person,and briefly informed Mrs.Durbeyfield that her daughter’s services would be useful to t...
Facts about Servants in 1891<br />Domestic service provided a huge amount of employment in the nineteenth century. <br />M...
Responsibility<br />Used<br />Guilt<br />Unloved<br />Powerless<br />Defenceless<br />Feelings of Tess whilst being a serv...
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  1. 1. The Life of Servants<br />Tess of The D’Urbervilles<br />
  2. 2. WORDLE<br />
  3. 3. “The letter was in the third person,and briefly informed Mrs.Durbeyfield that her daughter’s services would be useful to that lady in the management of the poultry farm, that a comfortable bed would be provided for her if she could come, and that the wages would be on a liberal scale ‘if they liked her’”<br />
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  5. 5. Facts about Servants in 1891<br />Domestic service provided a huge amount of employment in the nineteenth century. <br />Most were young single women. <br />Right up until the start of the First World War, domestic service was the largest single occupation for women. <br />
  6. 6. Responsibility<br />Used<br />Guilt<br />Unloved<br />Powerless<br />Defenceless<br />Feelings of Tess whilst being a servant against her own will<br />Hurt<br />Disowned<br />Scared<br />Forced<br />Betrayed<br />

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