|01||20080331||The early meetings of young Florence Dugdale and the greatest writer in England suggest a growing intimacy.|
|02||20080401||Thomas Hardy, increasingly dependent upon Florence, engineers a meeting between her and his wife Emma.|
|03||20080402||Florence finds herself increasingly uncomfortable in the Hardy household.|
After Emma's death, they discover her meticulous accounts of his shortcomings.
|04||20080403||Having rather unromantically become the second Mrs Thomas Hardy, Florence has to witness Hardy's increasing obsession with writing poems about his dead first wife.|
|05 LAST||20080404||Florence looks after the great writer in his later years, helps him rewrite history and seems relatively content with her lot.|