The Deputy of Arcis
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The Deputy of Arcis

By Honoré de Balzac
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  • THE DEPUTY OF ARCIS
    • Translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley
    • Contents
  • PART I. THE ELECTION
    • I. ALL ELECTIONS BEGIN WITH A BUSTLE
    • II. REVOLT OF A LIBERAL ROTTEN-BOROUGH
    • III. OPPOSITION DEFINES ITSELF
    • IV. THE FIRST PARLIAMENTARY TEMPEST
    • V. THE PERPLEXITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT IN ARCIS
    • VI. THE CAMPAIGN OF 1814 FROM THE HOSIERY POINT OF VIEW
    • VII. THE BEAUVISAGE FAMILY
    • VIII. IN WHICH THE DOT, ONE OF THE HEROINES OF THIS HISTORY, APPEARS
    • IX. A STRANGER
    • X. THE REVELATIONS OF AN OPERA-GLASS
    • XI. IN WHICH THE CANDIDATE BEGINS TO LOSE VOTES
    • XII. THE SALON OF MADAME D'ESPARD
    • XIII. PREFACE BEFORE LETTERING
  • PART II. LETTERS EXPLANATORY
    • I. THE COMTE DE L'ESTORADE TO MONSIEUR MARIE-GASTON
    • II. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, February, 1839.
    • III. THE COMTE DE L'ESTORADE TO MONSIEUR MARIE-GASTON
      • Paris, February, 1839.
    • IV. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORAADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, February, 1839.
    • V. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, March, 1839.
    • VI. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, March, 1839.
    • VII. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, March, 1839.
    • VIII. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • April, 1839.
    • IX. DORLANGE TO MARIE-GASTON
      • Paris, April, 1839.
    • X. DORLANGE TO MARIE-GASTON
      • Paris, April, 1839.
    • XI. THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE TO MADAME OCTAVE DE CAMPS
      • Paris, May, 1839.
    • XII. DORLANGE TO MARIE-GASTON
      • Paris, May, 1839.
    • XIII. DORLANGE TO MARIE-GASTON
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 3, 1839.
    • XIV. MARIE-GASTON TO MADAME LA COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 6, 1839.
    • XV. MARIE-GASTON TO THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 13, 1839.
    • XVI. MARIE-GASTON TO THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 15, 1839.
    • XVII. MARIE-GASTON TO MADAME LA COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 16, 1839.
    • XVIII. CHARLES DE SALLENAUVE TO THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • 7 P.M.
    • XIX. MARIE-GASTON TO THE COMTESSE DE L'ESTORADE
      • Arcis-sur-Aube, May 17, 1839.
  • PART III. MONSIEUR DE SALLENAUVE
    • I. THE SORROWS OF MONSIEUR DE TRAILLES
    • II. A CONVERSATION BETWEEN ELEVEN O'CLOCK AND MIDNIGHT
    • III. A MINISTER'S MORNING
    • IV. A CATECHISM
    • V. CHILDREN
    • VI. CURIOSITY THAT CAME WITHIN AN ACE OF BEING FATAL
    • VII. THE WAY TO MANAGE POLITICAL INTRIGUES
    • VIII. SOME OLD ACQUAINTANCES
    • IX. IN THE CHAMBER
    • ADDENDUM
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