The Works of Charles Dickens - Vol. 8

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CONTENTS
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
CHAPTER PAGE
I. THE DAWN1
II. A DEAN, AND A CHAPTER ALSO4
III. THE NUNS' HOUSE14
IV. MR. SAPSEA 25
V. MR. DURDLES AND FRIEND34
VI. PHILANTHROPY IN MINOR CANON CORNER41
VII. MORE CONFIDENCES THAN ONE50
VIII. DAGGERS DRAWN59
IX. BIRDS IN THE BUSH67
X. SMOOTHING THE WAY81
XI. A PICTURE AND A RING95
XII. A NIGHT WITH DURDLES108
XIII. BOTH AT THEIR BEST121
XIV. WHEN SHALL THESE THREE MEET AGAIN?131
XV. IMPEACHED143
XVI. DEVOTED151
XVII. PHILANTHROPY, PROFESSIONAL AND UNPROFESSIONAL161
XVIII. A SETTLER IN CLOISTERHAM175
XIX. SHADOW ON THE SUN-DIAL183
XX. A FLIGHT190
XXI. A RECOGNITION200
XXII. A GRITTY STATE OF THINGS COMES ON205
XXIII. THE DAWN AGAIN222
FRAGMENT
HOW MR. SAPSEA CEASED TO BE A MEMBER OF THE EIGHT CLUB. TOLD BY HIMSELF238

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