Under the Greenwood Tree: A Rural Painting of the Dutch School

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UNDER THE
GREENWOOD TREE
A RURAL PAINTING OF THE
DUTCH SCHOOL

BY

THOMAS HARDY

AUTHOR OF "TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES."
"LIFE'S LITTLE IRONIES," ETC.

NEW YORK

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS
FRANKLIN SQUARE

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Part the First Winter 1
  • I 3
  • II 8
  • The Assembled Choir III 18
  • Going the Rounds IV 27
  • V 36
  • Christmas Morning VI 45
  • The Tranter's Party VII 55
  • They Dance More Wildly VIII 66
  • Dick Calls at the School IX 79
  • Part the Second Spring 85
  • A Meeting of the Choir II 87
  • A Turn in the Discussion III 95
  • The Interview with the Vicar IV 101
  • Returning Homeward V 116
  • Yalbury Wood and the Keeper's House VI 121
  • Dick Makes Himself Useful VII 135
  • VIII 142
  • Part the Third Summer 153
  • Driving Out of Budmouth I 155
  • Further Along the Road II 162
  • A Confession III 171
  • An Arrangement IV 179
  • Part the Fourth Autumn 185
  • Going Nutting I 187
  • Honey-Taking, and Afterwards II 196
  • Fancy in the Rain III 211
  • The Spell IV 217
  • After Gaining Her Point V 224
  • Into Temptation VI 231
  • Second Thouchts VII 239
  • Part the Fifth Conclusion 247
  • The Knot Theres No Untying I 249
  • Under the Greenwood Tree II 266
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