Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy Page 1 of 481

CONTENTS

Preface
I. Description of Farmer Oak-An Incident
II. Night-The Flock-An Interior-Another Interior
III. A Girl on Horseback-Conversation
IV. Gabriel's Resolve-The Visit-The Mistake
V. Departure of Bathsheba-A Pastoral Tragedy
VI. The Fair-The Journey-The Fire
VII. Recognition-A Timid Girl
VIII. The Malthouse-The Chat-News
IX. The Homestead-A Visitor-Half-Confidences
X. Mistress and Men
XI. Outside the Barracks-Snow-A Meeting
XII. Farmers-A Rule-An Exception
XIII. Sortes Sanctorum-The Valentine
XIV. Effect of the Letter-Sunrise
XV. A Morning Meeting-The Letter Again
XVI. All Saints' and All Souls'


XVII. In the Market-Place
XVIII. Boldwood in Meditation-Regret
XIX. The Sheep-Washing-The Offer
XX. Perplexity-Grinding the Shears-A Quarrel
XXI. Troubles in the Fold-A Message
XXII. The Great Barn and the Sheep-Shearers
XXIII. Eventide-A Second Declaration
XXIV. The Same Night-The Fir Plantation
XXV. The New Acquaintance Described
XXVI. Scene on the Verge of the Hay-Mead
XXVII. Hiving the Bees
XXVIII. The Hollow Amid the Ferns
XXIX. Particulars of a Twilight Walk
XXX. Hot Cheeks and Tearful Eyes
XXXI. Blame-Fury
XXXII. Night-Horses Tramping
XXXIII. In the Sun-A Harbinger
XXXIV. Home Again-A Trickster



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