The Prince and the Pauper

Mark Twain

FOREWORD SHELLEY FISHER FISHKIN

INTRODUCTION JUDITH MARTIN

AFTERWORD EVERETT EMERSON

New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1996

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Table of contents

  • Title Page vii
  • Contents ix
  • Editor's Note x
  • Foreword xi
  • Notes XXVII
  • Introduction XXXI
  • Contents 11
  • List of Illustrations 13
  • Chapter I - The Birth of the Prince and the Pauper 23
  • Chapter II - Tom's Early Life 27
  • Chapter III 37
  • Chapter IV - The Prince's Troubles Begin 49
  • Chapter V - Tom as a Patrician 70
  • Chapter VI - Tom Receives Instructions 86
  • Chapter VII - Tom's First Royal Dinner 89
  • Chapter VIII - The Question of the Seal 97
  • Chapter IX - The River Pageant 103
  • Chapter X - The Prince in the Toils 109
  • Chapter XI - At Guildhall 123
  • Chapter XII - The Prince and His Deliverer 133
  • Chapter XIII - The Disappearance of the Prince 158
  • Chapter XIV - Le Roi EST Mort Vive le Roi. 176
  • Chapter XV - Tom as King 179
  • Chapter XVI - The State Dinner 200
  • Chapter XVII - Foo-Foo the First 203
  • Chapter XVIII - The Prince with the Tramps 223
  • Chapter XIX - The Prince with the Peasants 237
  • Chapter XX - The Prince and the Hermit 247
  • Chapter XXI - Hendon to the Rescue 266
  • Chapter XXII - A Victim of Treachery 278
  • Chapter XXIII - The Prince a Prisoner 281
  • Chapter XXIV - The Escape 289
  • Chapter XXV - Hendon Hall 295
  • Chapter XXVI - Disowned 309
  • Chapter XXVII - In Prison 317
  • Chapter XXVII - The Sacrifice 333
  • Chapter XXIX - To London 341
  • Chapter XXX - Tom's Progress 347
  • Chapter XXXI - The Recognition Procession 353
  • Chapter XXXII - Coronation Day 382
  • Chapter XXXIII - Edward as King 396
  • Conclusion - Justice and Retribution 402
  • Notes 405
  • General Note 410
  • Afterword 413
  • Notes 426
  • For Further Reading 429
  • Illustrators and Illustrations in Mark Twain's First American Editions 430
  • Reading the Illustrations in the Prince and the Pauper 434
  • Notes 437
  • A Note on the Text 439
  • The Mark Twain House 440
  • Contributors 441
  • Acknowledgments 443
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