A society is composed of four components which dictate the direction it takes; the
political structure is concerned with leadership and passing of various law and policies which
eventually have an impact on the society. The political leaders, as well as religious leaders, have
to exercise the doctrine of pragmatism for them to inspire the necessary changes in the society.
The economic pillar on the other hand dictates the form of income generating activities carried
out by the society. The social pillar majorly encompasses the values and moral that dictates what
is wrong and right in a social setup. Besides, the social pillar defining what is evil and right for
the society, norms and beliefs plays a huge role in the society (Laird, 1975). It ensures that
schism is avoided in society. In addition, it ensures that a particular level of profound peace and
tranquillity has been achieved. However, the most important aspect of the society is religion. It
plays an important role in dictating various aspect of the society such as marriage, baptism, the
concept of evil, norms, and the general welfare of the society.
Religion is influenced by doctrines and dogmas that follower’s adhere to. Majority of the
practices are guided by a series of doctrines coupled with the existence of supernatural beings.
Christianity, Muslim, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Paganism are some of the conventional
religions that difference societies’ practices all over the world. The essay provides insight into
the role of religion in the books of Amos Barton, Tess of the u'bervilles and the Heart of
darkness. The authors have taken a different view of religion. In addition, the essay will provide
insight on the differences played by religion in the three books
Role of religion in Tess of the d'Urbervilles
Thomas Hardy wrote one of the most exciting books, which is based on the Victorian
period in England which witnessed immense success. The author uses several characters to
bring forth the role of religion and how it’s influenced various aspect of the society. At first, one