Peregrine's Progress

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Little, Brown, and Company, 1922 - 443 pages
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Contents

Tells How and Why I Set Forth Upon the Quest
12
Wherein the Reader Shall Find Some Description
24
In Which I Meet a DownatHeels Gentleman
36
One Anthony
43
White Magic
57
Describes the Woes of Galloping Jerry a Noto
66
Which Proves Beyond All Argument That Clothes
83
The Price of a Goddess
89
How I Made a Surprising Discovery Which However May Not Surprise the Eeader in the Least 241
241
Chapter Page XXXIII Of Two Incomparable Things The Voice of Diana and Jessamys Right
245
The Noble Art of OrganPlaying
250
Of a Shadow in the Sun
262
Tells How I Met Anthony Again
272
A Disquisition on True Love
283
A Crucifixion
288
How I Came Home Again
294

Chapter Page XIV In Which I Satisfy Myself of My Cowardice
98
Proving That a Goddess Is Wholly Feminine
104
In Which I Begin to Appreciate the Virtues of the Chaste Goddess
109
How We Set Out for Tonbridge
117
Concerning the Grammer of a Goddess
124
How and Why I Fought with One Gabbing Dick a Peddler
135
Of the Tongue of a Woman and the Feet of a Goddess
140
In Which I Learned That I Am Less of a Coward Than I Had Supposed
148
Describing the Hospitality of One Jerry Jar vis a Tinker
152
Discusses the Virtues of the Onion
155
How I Met One Jessamy Todd a Snatcher of Souls
165
Tells of My Adventures at the Fair
177
The Ethics of Prigging
194
Juno Versus Diana
199
Exemplifying That Clothes Do Make the Man
208
Tells of an Ominous Meeting
216
Of a Truly Memorable Oceasion
224
A Verekers Advice to a Vereker
235
To The Reader
301
SHADOW I The Incidents of an Early Morning Walk 803
303
Introducing Jasper Shrig a Bow Street Runner
313
Concerning a Black Postchaise
325
Of a Scarabaeus Ring and a Gossamer Veil 838
348
Am Haunted of Evil Dreams
354
Concerning the Song of a Blackbird at Evening
361
The Deeps of Hell
369
Concerning the Opening of a Door
376
Tells How a Mystery Was Resolved
385
Which Shows That My Uncle Jervas Was Right After All
396
Tells How I Went Upon an Expedition with Mr Shrig
400
To My Patient and Kindly Reader
410
Tells How I Found Diana and Sooner Than I
420
In Which We Meet Old Friends
429
Which as the Patient Reader Sees Is the Last
437
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