Oh, Money! Money!
Though best remembered for her contributions to juvenile literature as the creator of the beloved Pollyanna novels, author Eleanor H. Porter also wrote a number of novels intended for general audiences. Her gift for creating memorable characters is on full display in Oh, Money! Money!, in which an idiosyncratic aristocrat decides to determine which of his relatives is worthy of being bequeathed his vast fortune by giving them each a large sum of money and observing their subsequent actions, choices, and behaviors.
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Chapter XV In Search of Rest
Chapter XVI The Fly in the Ointment
Chapter XVII An Ambassador of Cupids
Chapter XVIII Just a Matter of Begging
Chapter XIX Still Other Flies
Being a Letter from John Smith to Edward D Norton Attorney at Law
Chapter XXI Sympathies Misplaced
Chapter XXII With Every Jim a James
Chapter IX Dear Cousin Stanley
Chapter X What Does it Matter?
Chapter XI Santa Claus Arrives
Chapter XII The Toys Rattle Out
Chapter XIII The Dancing Begins
Chapter XIV From Me to You with Love
Chapter XXIII ReflectionsMirrored and Otherwise
Chapter XXIV That Miserable Money
Chapter XXV Exit Mr John Smith
Chapter XXVI Reenter Mr Stanley G Fulton
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