Selected Tales of Guy de Maupassant

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Mademoiselle Fifi 5
  • The Horla 14
  • The Piece Of String 42
  • A Matter Of Business 61
  • The Story of A Farm-Girl 68
  • That Pig of A Morin 72
  • Was It A Dream? 93
  • The False Gems 99
  • Hautot Senior And Hautot Junior 104
  • The Diamond Necklace 133
  • In The Moonlight 137
  • Love 144
  • Clochette 153
  • A Fishing Excursion 157
  • Humiliation 160
  • Julie Romain 163
  • My Uncle Sosthenes 174
  • The Duel 178
  • A Vagabond 183
  • Madame Parisse 196
  • Simon's Papa 200
  • The Farmer's Wife 212
  • The Signal 216
  • Love's Awakening 220
  • The Olive Grove 226
  • Saved 231
  • A Country Excursion 244
  • The Diary of A Madman 249
  • Two Little Soldiers 256
  • The White Wolf 259
  • The Devil 264
  • Moonlight 274
  • The Mad Woman 277
  • A Costly Outing 280
  • Babette 282
  • Toine 285
  • The Marquis De Fumerol 291
  • Ugly 298
  • Ball-Of-Fat 310
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