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The Prince and the pauper of Mark Twain This eBook are from http:--www.dominiopublico.es • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Preface Chapter I - The birth of the Prince and the Pauper Chapter II - Tom's early life Chapter III - Tom's meeting with the Prince Chapter IV - The Prince's troubles begin Chapter V - Tom as a patrician Chapter VI - Tom receives instructions Chapter VII - Tom's first royal dinner Chapter VIII - The question of the Seal Chapter IX - The river pageant Chapter X - The Prince in the toils Chapter XI - At Guildhall Chapter XII - The Prince and his deliverer Chapter XIII.
- The disappearance of the Prince Chapter XIV - 'Le Roi est mort—vive le Roi' Chapter XV - Tom as King Chapter XVI - The state dinner Chapter XVII - Foo-foo the First Chapter XVIII - The Prince with the tramps Chapter XIX - The Prince with the peasants Chapter XX - The Prince and the hermit Chapter XXI - Hendon to the rescue Chapter XXII - A victim of treachery Chapter XXIII - The Prince a prisoner Chapter XXIV - The escape Chapter XXV - Hendon Hall Chapter XXVI - Disowned Chapter XXVII - In prison Chapter XXVIII - The sacrifice Chapter XXIX - To London Chapter XXX - Tom's progress Chapter XXXI - The Recognition procession Chapter XXXII - Coronation Day Chapter XXXIII - Edward as King Conclusion - Justice and Retribution Notes About dominiopublico.es Preface To those Good-mannered and agreeable hildren, Susie and Clara Clemens, This Book is affectionately inscribed by their father I will set down a tale as it was told to me by one who had it of his father, which latter had it of HIS father, this last having in like manner had it of HIS father—and so on, back and still back, three hundred years and more, the fathers transmitting it to the sons and so preserving it.
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