A Monk of Fife Being the Chronicle Written by Norman Leslie of Pitcullo, Concerning Marvellous Deeds That Befell in the Realm of France, in the Years of Our Redemption, MCCCCXXIX-XXXI
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A Monk of Fife Being the Chronicle Written by Norman Leslie of Pitcullo, Concerning Marvellous Deeds That Befell in the Realm of France, in the Years of Our Redemption, MCCCCXXIX-XXXI

By Andrew Lang
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  • A Monk of Fife, by Andrew Lang
  • A MONK OF FIFE Being the Chronicle written by Norman Leslie of Pitcullo, concerning marvellous deeds that befell in the realm of France, in the years of our redemption, MCCCCXXIX-XXXI.  Now first done into English out of the French by Andrew Lang.
    • PREFACE
    • CHAPTER I—HOW THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN, AND HOW NORMAN LESLIE FLED OUT OF FIFE
    • CHAPTER II—HOW NORMAN LESLIE MET NOIROUFLE THE CORDELIER, CALLED BROTHER THOMAS IN RELIGION: AND OF MIRACLES WROUGHT BY BROTHER THOMAS
    • CHAPTER III—WHAT BEFELL OUTSIDE OF CHINON TOWN
    • CHAPTER IV—IN WHAT COMPANY NORMAN LESLIE ENTERED CHINON; AND HOW HE DEMEANED HIMSELF TO TAKE SERVICE
    • CHAPTER V—OF THE FRAY ON THE DRAWBRIDGE AT CHINON CASTLE
    • CHAPTER VI—HOW NORMAN LESLIE ESCAPED OUT OF CHINON CASTLE
    • CHAPTER VII—CONCERNING THE WRATH OF ELLIOT, AND THE JEOPARDY OF NORMAN LESLIE
    • CHAPTER VIII—OF CERTAIN QUARRELS THAT CAME ON THE HANDS OF NORMAN LESLIE
    • CHAPTER IX—OF THE WINNING OF ELLIOT
    • CHAPTER X—HOW NORMAN LESLIE WAS OUT OF ALL COMFORT
    • CHAPTER XI—HOW MADAME CATHERINE OF FIERBOIS WROUGHT A MIRACLE FOR A SCOT, AND HOW NORMAN RODE TO THE WARS
    • CHAPTER XII—HOW THE MAID CAME TO ORLEANS, AND OF THE DOLOROUS STROKE THAT FIRST SHE STRUCK IN WAR
    • CHAPTER XIII—OF THE FIGHTING AT LES AUGUSTINS AND THE PROPHECY OF THE MAID
    • CHAPTER XIV—OF THE FIGHTING AT THE BRIDGE, AND OF THE PRIZE WON BY NORMAN LESLIE FROM THE RIVER
    • CHAPTER XV—HOW NORMAN LESLIE WAS ABSOLVED BY BROTHER THOMAS
    • CHAPTER XVI—HOW SORROW CAME ON NORMAN LESLIE, AND JOY THEREAFTER
    • CHAPTER XVII—HOW ELLIOT LOST HER JACKANAPES
    • CHAPTER XVIII—HOW ELLIOT’S JACKANAPES WAS SEEN AT THE KING’S CROWNING
    • CHAPTER XIX—HOW NORMAN LESLIE RODE AGAIN TO THE WARS
    • CHAPTER XX—CONCERNING THE MAID AND THE BIRDS
    • CHAPTER XXI—HOW A HUNDRED SCOTS SET FORTH TO TAKE PARIS TOWN
    • CHAPTER XXII—HOW NORMAN LESLIE FARED IN PARIS TOWN
    • CHAPTER XXIII—HOW ELLIOT’S JACKANAPES CAME HOME
    • CHAPTER XXIV—HOW THE MAID HEARD ILL TIDINGS FROM HER VOICES, AND OF THE SILENCE OF THE BIRDS
    • CHAPTER XXV—OF THE ONFALL AT PONT L’ÉVÊQUE, AND HOW NORMAN LESLIE WAS HURT
    • CHAPTER XXVI—HOW, AND BY WHOSE DEVICE, THE MAID WAS TAKEN AT COMPIÈGNE
    • CHAPTER XXVII—HOW NORMAN LESLIE FARED IN COMPIÈGNE, WITH THE END OFTHAT LEAGUER
    • CHAPTER XXVIII—HOW THE BURGUNDIANS HUNTED HARES, WITH THE END OF THAT HUNTING
    • CHAPTER XXIX—SHOWETH HOW VERY NOBLE WAS THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY
    • CHAPTER XXX—HOW NORMAN LESLIE TOOK SERVICE WITH THE ENGLISH
    • CHAPTER XXXI—HOW NORMAN LESLIE SAW THE MAID IN HER PRISON
    • CHAPTER XXXII—THE END OF THIS CHRONICLE
    • APPENDIX A—NORMAN’S MIRACLE
    • APPENDIX B—ELLIOT’S RING
    • FOOTNOTES
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