Evan Harrington : a novel / by George Meredith Meredith, George, 1828-1909

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Meredith, George, 1828-1909
Social conflict - England - 19th century; English fiction.; Novel - English - 19th century - Texts.
  • i. Above buttons.
  • ii. The heritage of the son.
  • iii. The daughters of the shears.
  • iv. On board the Jocasta.
  • v.The family and the funeral.
  • vi. My gentleman on the road.
  • vii. Mother and son.
  • viii. Introduces an eccentric.
  • ix. The Countess in low society.
  • x. My gentleman on the road again.
  • xi. Doings at the inn.
  • xii. In which ale is shown to have one quality of wine.
  • xiii. The match of Fallowfield against Beckley.
  • xiv. The Countess describes the field of action.
  • xv. A capture.
  • xvi. Leads to a small skirmish between Rose and Evan.
  • xvii. In which Evan writes himself tailor.
  • xviii. In which Evan calls himself gentleman.
  • xix. Second despatch of the Countess.
  • xx. Break-neck leap.
  • xxi. Tribulations and tactics of the Countess.
  • xxii. In which the daughters of the Great Mel have to diget him at dinner.
  • xxiii. Treats of a handkerchief.
  • xxvi. The Countess makes herself felt.
  • xxv. In which the stream flows muddy and clear.
  • xxvi. Mrs. Mel makes a bed for herself and family.
  • xxvii. Exhibts Rose's generslship; Evans performance on the sceond fiddle; and the wretchdness of the Countess.
  • xxviii. Tom Cogglesby's proposition.
  • xxix. Prelude to an engagement.
  • xxx. The battle of the bulldogs. Part 1.
  • xxxi. The battle of the bulldogs. Part 2.
  • xxxii. In which Evan's light begins to twinkle again.
  • xxxiii. The hero takes his rank in the orchestra.
  • xxxiv. A pagan sacrifice.
  • xxxv. Rose wounded.
  • xxxvi. Before breakfast.
  • xxxvii. The retreat from Beckley.
  • xxxviii. In which we have to see in the dark.
  • xxxix. In the domain of tailordom.
  • xl. In which the countess still scents game.
  • xli. Reveals an abominable plot of the brothers Cogglesby.
  • xlii. Juliana.
  • xliii. Rose.
  • xliv. Contains a warning to all conspirators.
  • xliv. In which the shop becomes the centre of attraction.
  • xlvi. A lover's parting.
  • xlvii. A year later, the Countess de Saldar de Sancorvo to her sister Caroline.
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