Lady Baltimore
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Lady Baltimore

By Owen Wister
Free
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1906. Wister, an American writer whose stories helped to establish the cowboy as an archetypical, individualist hero. However, is works were not limited to the Western. Lady Baltimore is a novel about aristocratic Southerners in Charleston. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

Table of Contents
  • LADY BALTIMORE
  • LADY BALTIMORE
    • I: A Word about My Aunt
    • II: I Vary My Lunch
    • III: Kings Port Talks
    • IV: THE GIRL BEHIND THE COUNTER—I
    • V: The Boy of the Cake
    • VI: In the Churchyard
      • "Then it was a good laugh, indeed!" I cried heartily.
    • VII: The Girl Behind the Counter—II
    • VIII: Midsummer-Night's Dream
    • IX: Juno
    • X: High Walk and the Ladies
    • XI: Daddy Ben and His Seed
      • But what was Hortense Rieppe coming to see for herself?
    • XII: From the Bedside
    • XIII: The Girl Behind the Counter—III
    • XIV: The Replacers
    • XV: What She Came to See
    • XVI: The Steel Wasp
    • XVII: Doing the Handsome Thing
    • XVIII: Again the Replacers
    • XIX: Udolpho
    • XX: What She Wanted Him For
    • XXI: Hortense's Cigarette Goes Out
    • XXII: Behind the Times
    • XXIII: Poor Aunt Carola!
    • XXIV: Post Scriptum
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