The Life of Charles Dickens, and Favorite Stories

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Life of Dickens 1
  • Chapter III Marriage and Success 10
  • Chapter IV Dickens Visits America 16
  • Chapter V Restless Years 25
  • Chapter VI the Clouds Gather 41
  • Chapter VIII 51
  • Chapter IX Dickens Revisits America 60
  • Chapter X the End of the Road 74
  • The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices 81
  • Chapter II 81
  • The Two Robins 97
  • Chapter III 127
  • Chapter IV 143
  • Chapter V 164
  • Tom Tiddler's Ground in Three Chapters 183
  • Vi Picking Up Miss Kimmeens 195
  • Vii Picking Up the Tinker 206
  • Hunted Down 209
  • IV 215
  • V 218
  • The Battle of Life 233
  • Part the Third 255
  • The Perils of Certain English Prisoners 313
  • Chapter III the Rafts on the River 313
  • George Silverman's Explanation 361
  • Fourth Chapter 361
  • Fifth Chapter 363
  • Sixth Chapter 367
  • Seventh Chapter 378
  • Ninth Chapter 382
  • Holiday Romance in Four Parts 391
  • Part III Romance. from the Pen of Lieut.-Col. Robin Redforth 399
  • Part IV Romance. from the Pen of Miss Nettie Ashford 409
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