Inheriting a farm from her uncle, Bathsheba Everdene takes on Gabriel Oak, having spurned him in marriage. Bathsheba becomes involved with Farmer Boldwood and Sergeant Troy, and tragedy is the result of the entanglement. A critical introduction accompanies the text.
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