The Hand of Ethelberta, by Thomas Hardy

Table of Contents

Preface

  1. A Street in Anglebury — A Heath Near it — Inside the ‘Red Lion’ Inn
  2. Christopher’s House — Sandbourne Town — Sandbourne Moor
  3. Sandbourne Moor (continued)
  4. Sandbourne Pier — Road to Wyndway — Ball-Room in Wyndway House
  5. At the Window — The Road Home
  6. The Shore by Wyndway
  7. The Dining-Room of a Town House — The Butler’s Pantry
  8. Christopher’s Lodgings — The Grounds About Rookington
  9. A Lady’s Drawing-Rooms — Ethelberta’s Dressing-Room
  10. Lady Petherwin’s House
  11. Sandbourne and its Neighbourhood — Some London Streets
  12. Arrowthorne Park and Lodge
  13. The Lodge (continued) — The Copse Behind
  14. A Turnpike Road
  15. An Inner Room at the Lodge
  16. A Large Public Hall
  17. Ethelberta’s House
  18. Near Sandbourne — London Streets — Ethelberta’s
  19. Ethelberta’s Drawing-Room
  20. The Neighbourhood of the Hall — The Road Home
  21. A Street — Neigh’s Rooms — Christopher’s Rooms
  22. Ethelberta’s House
  23. Ethelberta’s House (continued)
  24. Ethelberta’s House (continued) — The British Museum
  25. The Royal Academy — The Farnfield Estate
  26. Ethelberta’s Drawing-Room
  27. Mrs. Belmaine’s — Cripplegate Church
  28. Ethelberta’s — Mr. Chickerel’s Room
  29. Ethelberta’s Dressing-Room — Mr. Doncastle’s House
  30. On the Housetop
  31. Knollsea — A Lofty Down — A Ruined Castle
  32. A Room in Enckworth Court
  33. The English Channel — Normandy
  34. The Hotel Beau Sejour and Spots Near it
  35. The Hotel (continued), and the Quay in Front
  36. The House in Town
  37. Knollsea — An Ornamental Villa
  38. Enckworth Court
  39. Knollsea — Melchester
  40. Melchester (continued)
  41. Workshops — An Inn — The Street
  42. The Doncastles’ Residence, and Outside the Same
  43. The Railway — The Sea — The Shore Beyond
  44. Sandbourne — A Lonely Heath — The ‘Red Lion’ — The Highway
  45. Knollsea — The Road Thence — Enckworth
  46. Enckworth (continued) — The Anglebury Highway
  47. Enckworth and its Precincts — Melchester

Illustrations

Plate:

  1. She Stopped Like A Clock
  2. Well, What Did You Think of My Poems?
  3. Round Her, Leaning Against Branches, or Prostrate on the Ground, Were Two or Three Individuals
  4. Goodness! How Quick You Were
  5. It Was A Tender Time
  6. The Harefield Estate
  7. So Ethelberta Went
  8. Can You Tell Us the Way, Sir, to the Hotel Bold Soldier?
  9. 'In the Writing of the Composer,' Observed Lord Mountclere with Interest
  10. All Before Them Was A Sheet of Whiteness
  11. She Lessened in His Gaze, and Was Soon Out of Sight

“Vitae post-scenia celant.”

— Lucretius.

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