The Two Orphans

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Wildside Press LLC, Mar 1, 2009 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Adolphe Philippe d'Ennery or Dennery (1811-1899) was a French dramatist and novelist. He obtained his first success in collaboration with Charles Desnoyer in Emile, ou le fils d'un pair de France (1831), a drama which was the first of a series of some two hundred pieces written alone or in collaboration with other dramatists.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I From Normandy to Paris
1
Mother and Sons
7
The Outcast
17
The Abduction
30
Blind and Alone
36
The Home of the Frochards
44
Garden of BelAir
55
Saved from Dishonor
62
Sympathy and Love
129
Charity and Pity
137
An Honest Love
144
Found and Lost
154
Without Pity
161
Prison Life
164
Picard in a New Role
171
Greater Love Hath No Man Than This
181

The Blind Girls Sufferings
73
The Minister of Police
78
The Secret
88
I Have Saved Your Honor
97
Sons of One Father
105
The Power of Law
113
The Street Beggars Life
117
Cruelty and Suffering
189
Torture
196
Visitors
201
The Recognition
209
Reparation
216
The Rescui
221
Conclusion
230

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