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Far From The Madding Crowd
by Thomas Hardy
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CONTENTS
Chapter I: Description of Farmer Oak -- An Incident
Chapter II: Night -- The Flock -- An Interior -- Another Interior
Chapter III: A Girl on Horseback -- Conversation
Chapter IV: Gabriel's Resolve -- The Visit -- The Mistake
Chapter V: Departure of Bathsheba -- A Pastoral Tragedy
Chapter VI: The Fair -- The Journey -- The Fire
Chapter VII: Recognition -- A Timid Girl
Chapter VIII: The Malthouse -- The Chat -- News
Chapter IX: The Homestead -- A Visitor -- Half-Confidences
Chapter X: Mistress and Men
Chapter XI: Outside the Barracks -- Snow -- A Meeting
Chapter XII: Farmers -- A Rule -- In Exception
Chapter XIII: Sortes Sanctorum -- The Valentine
Chapter XIV: Effect of the Letter -- Sunrise
Chapter XV: A Morning Meeting -- The Letter Again
Chapter XVI: All Saints' and All Souls'
Chapter XVII: In the Market-Place
Chapter XVIII: Boldwood in Meditation -- Regret
Chapter XIX: The Sheep-Washing -- The Offer
Chapter XX: Perplexity -- Grinding the Shears -- A Quarrel
Chapter XXI: Troubles in the Fold -- A Message
Chapter XXII: The Great Barn and the Sheep-Shearers
Chapter XXIII: Eventide -- A Second Declaration
Chapter XXIV: The Same Night -- The Fir Plantation
Chapter XXV: The New Acquaintance Described
Chapter XXVI: Scene on the Verge of the Hay-Mead
Chapter XXVII: Hiving the Bees
Chapter XXVIII: The Hollow Amid the Ferns
Chapter XXIX: Particulars of a Twilight Walk
Chapter XXX: Hot Cheeks and Tearful Eyes
Chapter XXXI: Blame -- Fury
Chapter XXXII: Night -- Horses Tramping
Chapter XXXIII: In the Sun -- A Harbinger
Chapter XXXIV: Home Again -- A Trickster
Chapter XXXV: At An Upper Window
Chapter XXXVI: Wealth in Jeopardy -- The Revel
Chapter XXXVII: The Storm -- The Two Together
Chapter XXXVIII: Rain -- One Solitary Meets Another
Chapter XXXIX: Coming Home -- A Cry
Chapter XL: On Casterbridge Highway
Chapter XLI: Suspicion -- Fanny Is Sent For
Chapter XLII: Joseph and His Burden
Chapter XLIII: Fanny's Revenge
Chapter XLIV: Under a Tree -- Reaction
Chapter XLV: Troy's Romanticism
Chapter XLVI: The Gurgoyle: Its Doings
Chapter XLVII: Adventures by the Shore
Chapter XLVIII: Doubts Arise -- Doubts Linger
Chapter XLIX: Oak's Advancement -- A Great Hope
Chapter L: The Sheep Fair -- Troy Touches His Wife's Hand
Chapter LI: Bathsheba Talks with Her Outrider
Chapter LII: Converging Courses
Chapter LIII: Concurritur -- Horae Momento
Chapter LIV: After the Shock
Chapter LV: The March Following -- "Bathsheba Boldwood"
Chapter LVI: Beauty in Loneliness -- After All
Chapter LVII: A Foggy Night and Morning -- Conclusion

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