Thomas Hardy is one of the most outstanding novelists who have made great contribution to the English literature. In his literature creations, he attached great importance to the relationship between man and nature, males and females. In his close observations, he not only sensed the close relationship between women and nature, but also integrated them together into a whole unity. He believed that women are the integral part of nature, and women are more sensitive to blending into the nature. In the male-dominated world, women have the same suffering fate with nature in human civilization, which tends to be isolated and lonely. Hardy advocates to rebuild the respect for women and nature, which is embodied in his feminism conciousness. This paper attempts to study Tess of the D’Urbervilles... from the perspective of feminism, centered on the analysis of the affinity between Tess D’Urbervilles and nature. Tess D’Urbervilles is a suffering daughter of nature, she has an uncanny similariry with nature, and she is the womanized nature, therefore, Tess is naturalized in the whole novel.