Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

THOMAS HARDY


Tess of the d'Urbervilles

Edited by JULIET GRINDLE and SIMON GATRELL

Introduction by SIMON GATRELL

Notes by NANCY BARRINEAU

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Oxford World's Classics Tess of the D'Urbervilles i
  • Oxford World's Classics ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Editor's Preface vii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Note on the Text xxv
  • Selected Bibliography xxxi
  • A Chronology of Thomas Hardy xxxv
  • Explanatory Note to the First Edition 3
  • Preface to the Fifth and Later Editions 4
  • Contents 9
  • Phase the First the Maiden 11
  • I 13
  • II 18
  • III 24
  • IV 30
  • V 39
  • VI 47
  • VII 52
  • VIII 56
  • IX 60
  • X 65
  • XI 73
  • Phase the Second Maiden No More 79
  • XII 81
  • XIII 89
  • XIV 92
  • XV 102
  • Phase the Third the Rally 105
  • XVI 107
  • XVII 112
  • XVIII 119
  • XIX 126
  • XX 133
  • XXI 137
  • XXII 142
  • XXIII 145
  • XXIV 151
  • Phase the Fourth the Consequence 155
  • XXV 157
  • XXVI 165
  • XXVII 171
  • XXVIII 176
  • XXIX 181
  • XXX 186
  • XXXI 192
  • XXXII 200
  • XXXIII 206
  • XXXIV 214
  • Phase the Fifth the Woman Pays 223
  • XXXV 225
  • XXXVI 233
  • XXXVII 242
  • XXXVIII 249
  • XXXIX 254
  • XL 260
  • XLI 266
  • XLII 272
  • XLIII 277
  • XLIV 286
  • Phase the Sixth the Convert 295
  • XLV 297
  • XLVI 305
  • XLVII 315
  • XLVIII 322
  • XLIX 327
  • L 333
  • LI 339
  • LII 346
  • Phase the Seventh. Fulfilment 353
  • LIII 355
  • LIV 359
  • LV 363
  • LVI 367
  • LVII 371
  • LVIII 376
  • LIX 383
  • Explanatory Notes 385
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