Cecilia, Or, Memoirs of an Heiress

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS


FRANCES BURNEY Cecilia OR Memoirs of an Heiress

Edited by PETER SABOR and MARGARET ANNE DOODY With an Introduction by MARGARET ANNE DOODY

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1988

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Introduction xi
  • Note on the Text xl
  • Select Bibliography xlii
  • A Chronology of Frances Burney xlv
  • Advertisement 3
  • Volume I 5
  • Chapter II- An Argument 10
  • Chapter III- An Arrival 20
  • Chapter IV- A Sketch of High Life 27
  • Chapter IV- A Sketch of High Life 46
  • Chapter IV- A Sketch of High Life 52
  • Chapter VIII- An Opera Rehearsal 60
  • Chapter X- A Provocation 79
  • Chapter X- A Provocation 84
  • Chapter II- A Man of Family 97
  • Chapter IV- An Affray 128
  • Chapter IV- An Affray 142
  • Chapter VI- A Family Party 151
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 160
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 167
  • Volume II 173
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 182
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 188
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 199
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 203
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 212
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 225
  • Chapter VII- An Examination 235
  • Chapter I- A Complaint 245
  • Chapter II- A Sympathy 249
  • Chapter II- A Sympathy 253
  • Chapter II- A Sympathy 263
  • Chapter II- A Sympathy 274
  • Chapter II- A Sympathy 294
  • Chapter VIII- A Mistake 302
  • Chapter IX- An Explanation 306
  • Chapter X- A Murmuring 313
  • Volume III 321
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 338
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 344
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 348
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 353
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 359
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 363
  • Chapter II- A Broad Hint 371
  • Chapter IX- A Declaration 375
  • Chapter X- A Gamester''s Conscience 387
  • Chapter XI- A Persecution 398
  • Chapter XI- A Persecution 423
  • Chapter I- A Debate 440
  • Chapter II- A Railing 451
  • Chapter II- A Railing 457
  • Chapter II- A Railing 463
  • Chapter II- A Railing 471
  • Chapter II- A Railing 478
  • Chapter II- A Railing 488
  • Chapter II- A Railing 495
  • Chapter IX- An Attack 503
  • Chapter X- A Retreat 515
  • Chapter X- A Retreat 521
  • Volume IV 529
  • Chapter II- A Visit 538
  • Chapter II- A Visit 545
  • Chapter II- A Visit 552
  • Chapter II- A Visit 560
  • Chapter II- A Visit 567
  • Chapter II- A Visit 575
  • Chapter VIII- An Embarrassment 586
  • Chapter IX- A Toment 590
  • Chapter II- An Event 623
  • Chapter III- A Consternation 633
  • Chapter III- A Consternation 643
  • Chapter III- A Consternation 655
  • Chapter III- A Consternation 668
  • Chapter VII- A Message 685
  • Chapter VIII- A Parting 693
  • Chapter VIII- A Parting 699
  • Chapter VIII- A Parting 711
  • Volume V 715
  • Chapter II- A Surprize 721
  • Chapter II- A Surprize 731
  • Chapter II- A Surprize 741
  • Chapter II- A Surprize 761
  • Chapter II- A Surprize 771
  • Chapter VII- A Calm 789
  • Chapter VIII- An Alarm 796
  • Chapter VIII- An Alarm 810
  • Chapter X- A Relation 817
  • Chapter XI- An Enterprise 825
  • Chapter III- A Summons 852
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 858
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 866
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 891
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 900
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 909
  • Chapter IV- A Deliberation 917
  • Appendix I- Burney''s Draft Introduction to Cecilia 943
  • Introduction 943
  • Notes 946
  • Appendix II- Glossary of French Terms 947
  • Appendix III- London 948
  • References 950
  • Appendix IV- Finance 951
  • Appendix V- Fashionable Amusements 953
  • References *
  • Explanatory Notes 957
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