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Tour de Force 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Tour de Force 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam as a French word existing in English in real-life situations and examples together with synonyms and images and in real context for GRE & SAT candidates

/ˌtʊə də ˈfɔːs/ (noun)

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a marked accomplishment, fantastic performance or crowning achievement that requires great skills and attracts much admiration, exploit, feat, in French it means “feat of strength”, deed, heroic act, a feather in one’s cap, bravura


Great Expectations is one of Charles Dickens’s tours de force. With its thrilling story that is also a profound look at the moral education of a boy who has been persecuted and deceived but whose essential goodness of heart eventually rescues him from snobbery and delusion. Everything is in harmony in this almost perfect novel: the character of Pip himself, and his interaction with the immense figures of the convict Magwitch, the embittered and half-mad Miss Havisham, and the beautiful, cold Estella. This is Dickens’s most finely crafted book, and his most moving.

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