Olive; and The Half-Caste

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

DINAH MULOCK CRAIK


Olive
The Half-Caste

Edited with an Introduction by CORA KAPLAN

Notes by CORA KAPLANwith ANNE HARTMANand ANGÉLIQUE RICHARDSON

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • NOTE ON THE TEXT xxvii
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY xxviii
  • A CHRONOLOGY OF DINAH MULOCK CRAIK xxx
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 7
  • Chapter III 14
  • Chapter IV 18
  • Chapter V 22
  • Chapter VI 30
  • Chapter VII 35
  • Chapter VIII 38
  • Chapter IX 44
  • Chapter X 48
  • Chapter XI 53
  • Chapter XII 59
  • Chapter XIII 67
  • Chapter XIV 76
  • Chapter XV 81
  • Chapter XVI 89
  • Chapter XVII 95
  • Chapter XVIII 103
  • Chapter XIX 109
  • Chapter XX 116
  • Chapter XXI 126
  • Chapter XXII 133
  • Chapter XXIII 139
  • Chapter XXIV 147
  • Chapter XXV 153
  • Chapter XXVI 159
  • Chapter XXVII 167
  • Chapter XXVIII 176
  • Chapter XXIX 184
  • Chapter XXX 189
  • Chapter XXXI 199
  • Chapter XXXII 205
  • Chapter XXXIII 212
  • Chapter XXXIV 219
  • Chapter XXXV 224
  • Chapter XXXVI 232
  • Chapter XXXVII 241
  • Chapter XXVIII 246
  • Chapter Xxxix 254
  • Chapter XL 261
  • Chapter XLI 266
  • Chapter XLII 274
  • Chapter XLIII 279
  • Chapter XLIV 287
  • Chapter XLV 292
  • Chapter XLVI 301
  • Chapter XLVII 309
  • Chapter XLVIII 315
  • Chapter Xlix 323
  • The Half-Caste - An Old Governess's Tale 333
  • EXPLANATORY NOTES 373
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