Far from the Madding Crowd, by Thomas Hardy

Table of Contents

Preface

  1. Description of Farmer Oak — An Incident
  2. Night — The Flock — An Interior — Another Interior
  3. A Girl On Horseback — Conversation
  4. Gabriel’s Resolve — The Visit — The Mistake
  5. Departure of Bathsheba — A Pastoral Tragedy
  6. The Fair — The Journey — the Fire
  7. Recognition — A Timid Girl
  8. The Malthouse — The Chat — News
  9. The Homestead — A Visitor — Half-Confidences
  10. Mistress and Men
  11. Outside the Barracks — Snow — A Meeting
  12. Farmers — A Rule — In Exception
  13. Sortes Sanctorum — The Valentine
  14. Effect of the Letter — Sunrise
  15. A Morning Meeting — The Letter Again
  16. All Saints’ And All Souls’
  17. In the Market-Place
  18. Boldwood in Meditation — Regret
  19. The Sheep-Washing — The Offer
  20. Perplexity — Grinding the Shears — A Quarrel
  21. Troubles in the Fold — A Message
  22. The Great Barn and the Sheep-Shearers
  23. Eventide — A Second Declaration
  24. The Same Night — The Fir Plantation
  25. The New Acquaintance Described
  26. Scene On the Verge of the Hay-Mead
  27. Hiving the Bees
  28. The Hollow Amid the Ferns
  29. Particulars of A Twilight Walk
  30. Hot Cheeks and Tearful Eyes
  31. Blame — Fury
  32. Night — Horses Tramping
  33. In the Sun — A Harbinger
  34. Home Again — A Trickster
  35. At an Upper Window
  36. Wealth in Jeopardy — The Revel
  37. The Storm — The Two Together
  38. Rain — One Solitary Meets Another
  39. Coming Home — A Cry
  40. On Casterbridge Highway
  41. Suspicion — Fanny is Sent for
  42. Joseph and His Burden
  43. Fanny’s Revenge
  44. Under A Tree — Reaction
  45. Troy’s Romanticism
  46. The Gurgoyle: Its Doings
  47. Adventures by the Shore
  48. Doubts Arise — Doubts Linger
  49. Oak’s Advancement — A Great Hope
  50. The Sheep Fair — Troy Touches His Wife’s Hand
  51. Bathsheba Talks with Her Outrider
  52. Converging Courses
  53. Concurritur — Horae Momento
  54. After the Shock
  55. The March Following — “Bathsheba Boldwood”
  56. Beauty in Loneliness — After All
  57. A Foggy Night and Morning — Conclusion

Illustrations

Plate:

  1. “Hands Were Loosening His Neckerchief”
  2. “Do You Happen To Want a Shepherd, Ma'am?”
  3. “Get The Door Key.”
  4. “I Feel -- Almost -- Too Much -- To Think”
  5. “She Stood Up in the Window-Opening, Facing the Men.”
  6. “She Took Up Her Position As Directed.”
  7. “Bathsheba flung her hands to her face”
  8. “There's Not a Soul in My House But Me To-night ”
  9. “She Opened a Gate Within Which Was a Haystack, Under This She Sat Down.”
  10. “Her Tears Fell Fast Beside the Unconscious Pair. ”
  11. “he saw a bather carried along in the current . . . ”
  12. “Troy Next Advanced into the Middle of the Room, Took off His Cap --”

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