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Peregrine's Progress

By Farnol, Jeffery

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Title: Peregrine's Progress  
Author: Farnol, Jeffery
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Language: English
Subject: Literature & thought, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
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BOOK I?THE SILENT PLACES. I Introducing Myself II Tells How and Why I Set Forth Upon the Quest in Question III Wherein the Reader Shall Find Some Description of an Extraordinary Tinker IV In Which I Meet a Down-at-Heels Gentleman V Further Concerning the Aforesaid Gentleman, One Anthony VI Describes Certain Lively Happenings at the ?Jolly Waggoner? Inn VII White Magic VIII I Am Left Forlorn IX Describes the Woes of Galloping Jerry, a Notorious Highwayman X The Philosophy of the Same XI Which Proves Beyond All Argument That Clothes Make the Man XII The Price of a Goddess XIII Which Tells Somewhat of My Deplorable Situation XIV In Which I Satisfy Myself of My Cowardice XV Proving That a Goddess Is Wholly Feminine XVI In Which I Begin to Appreciate the Virtues of the Chaste Goddess

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CONTENTS ANTE SCRIPTUM BOOK I--THE SILENT PLACES I Introducing Myself II Tells How and Why I Set Forth Upon the Quest in Question III Wherein the Reader Shall Find Some Description of an Extraordinary Tinker IV In Which I Meet a Down-at-Heels Gentleman V Further Concerning the Aforesaid Gentleman, One Anthony VI Describes Certain Lively Happenings at the Jolly Waggoner Inn VII White Magic VIII I Am Left Forlorn IX Describes the Woes of Galloping Jerry, a Notorious Highwayman X The Philosophy of the Same XI Which Proves Beyond All Argument That Clothes Make the Man XII The Price of a Goddess XIII Which Tells Somewhat of My Deplorable Situation XIV In Which I Satisfy Myself of My Cowardice XV Proving That a Goddess Is Wholly Feminine XVI In Which I Begin to Appreciate the Virtues of the Chaste Goddess


 

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