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Far from the madding crowd,

Author: Thomas Hardy; Carl Jefferson Weber
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press, 1937.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Pastoral fiction
Didactic fiction
Love stories
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928.
Far from the madding crowd.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1937
(OCoLC)609744894
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hardy; Carl Jefferson Weber
OCLC Number: 1817819
Description: xxvi, 388 pages illustrations (map) 22 cm
Contents: Description of Farmer Oak --
An Incident --
Night --
The Flock --
An Interior --
Another Interior --
A Girl on Horseback --
Conversation --
Gabriel's Resolve --
The Visit --
The Mistake --
Departure of Bathsheba --
A Pastoral Tragedy --
The Fair --
The Journey --
The Fire --
Recognition --
A Timid Girl --
The Malthouse --
The Chat --
News --
The Homestead-A Visitor --
Half-Confidences --
Mistress and Men --
Outside the Barracks --
Snow --
A Meeting --
Farmers --
A Rule --
An Exception --
Sortes Sanctorum --
The Valentine --
Effect of the Letter --
Sunrise --
A Morning Meeting --
The Letter again --
All Saints' and All Souls' --
In the Market-place --
Boldwood in Meditation --
Regret --
The Sheep-washing --
The Offer --
Perplexity --
binding the Shears --
A Quarrel --
Troubles in the Fold --
A Message --
The Great Barn and the Sheep-shearers --
Eventide --
A Second Declaration --
The same Night --
The Fir Plantation --
The New Acquaintance described --
Scene on the Verge of the Hay-mead --
Hiving the Bees --
The Hollow amid the Ferns --
Particulars of a Twilight Walk --
Hot Cheeks and Tearful Eyes --
Blame --
Fury --
Night --
Horses tramping --
In the Sun --
A Harbinger --
Home again --
A Trickster --
At an Upper Window --
Wealth in Jeopardy --
The Revel --
The Storm --
The Two together --
Rain --
One Solitary meets another --
Coming Home --
Cry --
On Casterbridge Highway --
Suspicion --
Fanny is sent for --
Joseph and his Burden --
Buck's Head --
Fanny's Revenge --
Under a Tree --
Reaction --
Troy's Romanticism --
The Gurgoyle: its Doings --
Adventures by the Shore --
Doubts arise --
Doubts hunger --
Oak's Advancement --
A Great Hope --
The Sheep Fair --
Troy touches his Wife's Hand --
Bathsheba talks with her Outrider --
Converging Courses --
Concurritur --
Horæ Momento --
After the Shock --
The March Following --
'Bathsheba Boldwood' --
Beauty in Loneliness --
After All --
A Foggy Night and Morning --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: by Thomas Hardy; edited with an introduction and notes by Carl J. Weber ...

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