• The set is a gloomy area without many adornments of nature; Egdon Heath, is neither extremely ugly nor common but entirely singular.
• An old man walks down the road and meets the reddleman, who says he is carrying a young lady that he picked up in Anglebury.
• The locals gather around bonfires gossiping; the gossiping group mentions the marriage of Thomasin and that her aunt and guardian, Mrs. Yeobright, does not approve, although Mrs. Yeobright later tells Olly Dowden that she had changed her mind.
• Mrs. Yeobright comes across Diggory Venn, the reddleman, who says Thomasin is in his wagon.
• Thomasin's marriage to Damon Wildeve does not take place, supposedly because of some confusion with the location of the marriage license, so Mrs. Yeobright goes to Damon and insists the two marry; as they are at Damon's inn, the group from the bonfire arrive to sing to...
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