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Far From The Madding Crowd

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This tale of love -- from reckless fervor to selfless constancy -- is firmly rooted in the rich rural byways that Hardy knew so well. Bathsheba Everdene, determined to run the farm that has always belonged to her family, is loved by three men: the local farmer Boldwood, a solid, yet passionate squire; Gabriel Oak, a quiet, devoted shepherd; and fascinating, ruthless Sergea This tale of love -- from reckless fervor to selfless constancy -- is firmly rooted in the rich rural byways that Hardy knew so well. Bathsheba Everdene, determined to run the farm that has always belonged to her family, is loved by three men: the local farmer Boldwood, a solid, yet passionate squire; Gabriel Oak, a quiet, devoted shepherd; and fascinating, ruthless Sergeant Troy. In this powerful, dramatic story Bathsheba, capricious and willful, comes to comprehend the true nature of generosity, humility, and, ultimately, love.This brand-new edition of Far from the Madding Crowd includes all of the material that was censored from Hardys original 1874 manuscript and is the complete book that the author never saw published.(less) Paperback, Reprinted in Penguin Classics 1985, 493 pages Published 1978 by Penguin Classics

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This tale of love -- from reckless fervor to selfless constancy -- is firmly rooted in the rich rural byways that Hardy knew so well. Bathsheba Everdene, determined to run the farm that has always belonged to her family, is loved by three men: the local farmer Boldwood, a solid, yet passionate squire; Gabriel Oak, a quiet, devoted shepherd; and fascinating, ruthless Sergea This tale of love -- from reckless fervor to selfless constancy -- is firmly rooted in the rich rural byways that Hardy knew so well. Bathsheba Everdene, determined to run the farm that has always belonged to her family, is loved by three men: the local farmer Boldwood, a solid, yet passionate squire; Gabriel Oak, a quiet, devoted shepherd; and fascinating, ruthless Sergeant Troy. In this powerful, dramatic story Bathsheba, capricious and willful, comes to comprehend the true nature of generosity, humility, and, ultimately, love.This brand-new edition of Far from the Madding Crowd includes all of the material that was censored from Hardys original 1874 manuscript and is the complete book that the author never saw published.(less) Paperback, Reprinted in Penguin Classics 1985, 493 pages Published 1978 by Penguin Classics
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Title Far From The Madding Crowd Height
Thomas Hardy Width
ISBN-13 9780140431261 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0140431268 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 493
Edition Reprinted in Penguin Classics 1985 Availability In Stock

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