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The Golden Calf

By Braddon, Mary Elizabeth

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Title: The Golden Calf  
Author: Braddon, Mary Elizabeth
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE ARTICLED PUPIL. ?Where is Miss Palliser?? inquired Miss Pew, in that awful voice of hers, at which the class?room trembled, as at unexpected thunder. A murmur ran along the desks, from girl to girl, and then some one, near that end of the long room which was sacred to Miss Pew and her lieutenants, said that Miss Palliser was not in the class?room.

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Table of Contents: The Golden Calf, 1 -- M. E. Braddon, 1 -- Chapter I. THE ARTICLED PUPIL, 2 -- Chapter II. 'I AM GOING TO MARRY FOR MONEY.', 8 -- Chapter III. AT THE KNOLL, 18 -- Chapter IV. WENDOVER ABBEY, 25 -- Chapter V. DR. RYLANCE ASSERTS HIMSELF, 32 -- Chapter VI. A BIRTHDAY FEAST, 38 -- Chapter VII. IN THE RIVER?MEADOW, 53 -- Chapter VIII. AT THE LOCK?HOUSE, 72 -- Chapter IX. A SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT, 81 -- Chapter X. A BAD PENNY, 89 -- Chapter XI. ACCOMPLISHMENTS AT A DISCOUNT, 98 -- Chapter XII. THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES, 112 -- Chapter XIII. KINGTHORPE SOCIETY, 119 -- Chapter XIV. THE TRUE KNIGHT, 127 -- Chapter XV. MR. WENDOVER PLANS AN EXCURSION, 143 -- Chapter XVI. THICKER THAN WATER, 148 -- Chapter XVII. OUGHT SHE TO STAY?, 151 -- Chapter XVIII. AFTER A STORM COMES A CALM, 155 -- Chapter XIX. AFTER A CALM A STORM, 157 -- Chapter XX. WAS THIS THE MOTIVE?, 163 -- Chapter XXI. TAKING LIFE QUIETLY, 173 -- Chapter XXII. LADY PALLISER STUDIES THE UPPER TEN, 180 -- Chapter XXIII. 'ALL OUR LIFE IS MIXED WITH DEATH.', 188 -- Chapter XXIV. 'FRUITS FAIL AND LOVE DIES AND TIME RANGES.', 192 -- Chapter XXV. 'MY SEED WAS YOUTH, MY CROP WAS ENDLESS CAKE.', 200 -- Chapter XXVI. 'AND, IF I DIE, NO SOUL WILL PITY ME.', 226 -- Chapter XXVII. JOHN JARDINE SOLVES THE MYSTERY, 235 -- Chapter XXVIII. AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOUSE IS HIS CASTLE, 247 -- Chapter XXIX. 'AS ONE DEAD IN THE BOTTOM OF A TOMB.', 251 -- Chapter XXX. A FIERY DAWN, 254 -- Chapter XXXI. 'SOLE PARTNER AND SOLE PART OF ALL THESE JOYS.', 257 -- The Golden Calf -- i

 

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