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THE STORY OF CAROL KENNICOTT

BY SINCLAIR LEWIS

NEW YORK HARCOURT, BRACE AND HOWE 1920

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  • Title Page iii
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 12
  • Chapter III 20
  • Chaptep IV 31
  • Chapter V 54
  • Chapter VI 68
  • Chapter VII 81
  • Chapter VIII 93
  • Chapter IX 99
  • Chapter X 109
  • Chapter XI 124
  • Chapter XII 145
  • Chapter XIII 154
  • Chapter XIV 161
  • Chapter XV 176
  • Chapter XVI 195
  • Chapter XVII 205
  • Chapter XVIII 217
  • Chapter XIX 230
  • Chapter XX 240
  • Chapter XXI 250
  • Chapter XXII 262
  • Chapter XXIII 274
  • Chapter XXIV 287
  • Chapter XXV 306
  • Chapter XXVI 316
  • Chapter XXVII 323
  • Chapter XXVIII 326
  • Chapter XXIX 341
  • Chapter XXX 356
  • Chapter XXXI 368
  • Chapter XXXII 377
  • Chapter XXXIII 390
  • Chapter XXXIV 404
  • Chapter XXXV 411
  • Chapter XXXVI 418
  • Chapter XXXVII 425
  • Chapter XXXVIII 431
  • Chapter Xxxix 444
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