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Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair, by William Morris, [1895], at

Chapter I. Of the King of Oakenrealm, and his Wife and his Child

Chapter II. Of the King's Son

Chapter III. Of The King of Meadham and his Daughter

Chapter IV. Of the Maiden Goldilind

Chapter V. Goldilind comes to Greenharbour

Chapter VI. How Rolf the Marshal Dreams a Dream and Comes to the Castle of the Uttermost March

Chapter VII. How Christopher Went a Journey into the Wild-Wood

Chapter VIII. Christopher Comes to the Tofts

Chapter IX. Squire Simon Comes Back to Oakenham. The Earl Marshal Taken to King in Oakenrealm

Chapter X. Of Christopher at the Tofts

Chapter XI. How Christopher Came to Littledale to Abide there a While

Chapter XII. Of Goldilind in The May Morning at Greenharbour

Chapter XIII. Of Goldilind in the Garth

Chapter XIV. Goldilind Goes Free

Chapter XV. Of Goldilind in the Wild-Wood

Chapter XVI. What Goldilind Found in the Wood

Chapter XVII. Goldilind Comes back to Greenharbour

Chapter XVIII. Earl Geoffrey Speaks with Goldilind

Chapter XIX. Earl Geoffrey Speaketh with Christopher

Chapter XX. Of the Wedding of Christopher and Goldilind

Chapter XXI. Of The Wedding of those Twain

Chapter XXII. Of the Woodland Bride-Chamber

Chapter XXIII. They Fall in with Friends

Chapter XXIV. They take Counsel at Littledale

Chapter XXV. Now they all Come to the Tofts

Chapter XXVI. Of The King of Oakenrealm

Chapter XXVII. Of the Husting of the Tofts

ChapterXXVIII. Of the Hosting in Hazeldale

Chapter XXIX. Tidings Come to Hazeldale

Chapter XXX. Of The Field that was Set in the Holm of Hazeldale

Chapter XXXI. The Battle on the Holm

Chapter XXXII. Of Goldilind and Christopher

Chapter XXXIII. A Council of Captains: The Host Comes to Broadlees, and Makes for Woodwall

Chapter XXXIV. Battle Before Woodwall

Chapter XXXV. An Old Acquaintance and an Evil Deed

Chapter XXXVI. King Christopher Comes to Oakenham

Chapter XXXVII. Of Child Christopher's Dealings with his Friends and His Folk

Chapter XXXVIII. Of Matters of Meadham

Next: Chapter I. Of the King of Oakenrealm, and his Wife and his Child