A Face Illumined
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A Face Illumined

By Edward Payson Roe
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Table of Contents
  • Chapter I: A Face……………………………………….11 Chapter II: Ida Mayhew…………………………………..22 Chapter III: An Artist's Freak……………………………35 Chapter IV: A Parthian Arrow……………………………..42 Chapter V: Spite………………………………………..51 Chapter VI: Reckless Words and Deeds………………………60 Chapter VII: Another Feminine Problem……………………..71 Chapter VIII: Glimpses of Tragedy…………………………85 Chapter IX: Unexpectedly Thrown Together…………………..96 Chapter X: Phrases too Suggestive………………………..108 Chapter XI: A "Tableau Vivant"…………………………..118 Chapter XII: Miss Mayhew is Puzzled………………………126 Chapter XIII: Nature's Broken Promise…………………….137 Chapter XIV: A Revelation……………………………….145 Chapter XV: Contrasts…………………………………..159 Chapter XVI: Out Among Shadows…………………………..172 Chapter XVII: New Forces Developing………………………184 Chapter XVIII: Love Put to Work………………………….195 Chapter XIX: Man's Highest Honor…………………………203 Chapter XX: A Wretched Secret that Must be Kept……………209 Chapter XXI: A Deliberate Wooer………………………….216 Chapter XXII: A Vain Wish……………………………….225 Chapter XXIII: Jennie Burton's Remedies…………………..232 Chapter XXIV: A Hateful, Wretched Life……………………239 Chapter XXV: Half-Truths………………………………..246 Chapter XXVI: Sunday Table-Talk………………………….251 Chapter XXVII: A Family Group……………………………262 Chapter XXVIII: Rather Volcanic………………………….268 Chapter XXIX: Evil Lives Cast Dark Shadows………………..278 Chapter XXX: The Deliberate Wooer Speaks First…………….284 Chapter XXXI: An Emblem…………………………………293 Chapter XXXII: The Dangers of Despair…………………….303 Chapter XXXIII: "Hope Dies Hard"…………………………311 Chapter XXXIV: Puzzled………………………………….324 Chapter XXXV: Desperately Wounded………………………..335 Chapter XXXVI: Temptation's Voice………………………..350 Chapter XXXVII: Voices of Nature…………………………360 Chapter XXXVIII: A Good Man Speaks……………………….369 Chapter XXXIX: Van Berg's Escape…………………………387 Chapter XL: Van Berg's Conclusions……………………….397 Chapter XLI: The Protestant Confessional………………….403 Chapter XLII: The Corner-Stone of Character……………….424 Chapter XLIII: A "Heavenly Mystery"………………………435 Chapter XLIV: "The Garden of Eden"……………………….443 Chapter XLV: Problems Beyond Art…………………………470 Chapter XLVI: A Resolute Philosopher……………………..486 Chapter XLVII: The Concert Garden Again…………………..500 Chapter XLVIII: Ida's Temptation…………………………518 Chapter XLIX: The Blind God……………………………..538 Chapter L: Swept Away…………………………………..555 Chapter LI: From Deep Experience…………………………569 Chapter LII: An Illumined Face…………………………..589 Chapter LIII: A Night's Vigil……………………………601 Chapter LIV: Life and Trust……………………………..615
  • Chapter 1. A Face.
  • Chapter II. Ida Mayhew.
  • Chapter III. An Artist's Freak.
  • Chapter IV. A Parthian Arrow.
  • Chapter V. Spite.
  • Chapter VI. Reckless Words and Deeds.
  • Chapter VII. Another Feminine Problem.
  • Chapter VIII. Glimpses of Tragedy.
  • Chapter IX. Unexpectedly Thrown Together.
  • Chapter X. Phrases too Suggestive.
  • Chapter XI. A "Tableau Vivant."
  • Chapter XII. Miss Mayhew is Puzzled.
  • Chapter XIII. Nature's Broken Promise.
  • Chapter XIV. A Revelation.
  • Chapter XV. Contrasts.
  • Chapter XVI. Out Among Shadows.
  • Chapter XVII. New Forces Developing.
  • Chapter XVIII. Love Put to Work.
  • Chapter XIX. Man's Highest Honor.
  • Chapter XX. A Wretched Secret that Must be Kept.
  • Chapter XXI. A Deliberate Wooer.
  • Chapter XXII. A Vain Wish.
  • Chapter XXIII. Jennie Burton's "Remedies."
  • Chapter XXIV. A Hateful, Wretched Life.
  • Chapter XXV. Half-truths.
  • Chapter XXVI. Sunday Table-talk.
  • Chapter XXVII. A Family Group.
  • Chapter XXVIII. Rather Volcanic.
  • Chapter XXIX. Evil Lives Cast Dark Shadows.
  • Chapter XXX. The Deliberate Wooer Speaks First.
  • Chapter XXXI. An Emblem.
  • Chapter XXXII. The Dangers of Despair.
  • Chapter XXXIII. "Hope dies Hard."
  • Chapter XXXIV. Puzzled.
  • Chapter XXXV. Desperately Wounded.
  • Chapter XXXVI. Temptation's Voice
  • Chapter XXXVII. Voices of Nature.
  • Chapter XXXVIII. A Good Man Speaks.
  • Chapter XXXIX. Van Berg's Escape.
  • Chapter XL. Van Berg's Conclusions.
  • Chapter XLI. The Protestant Confessional.
  • Chapter XLII. The Corner-Stone of Character.
  • Chapter XLIII. A "Heavenly Mystery."
  • Chapter XLIV. "The Garden of Eden."
  • Chapter XLV. Problems Beyond Art.
  • Chapter XLVI. A Resolute Philosopher.
  • Chapter XLVII. The Concert Garden Again.
  • Chapter XLVIII. Ida's Temptation.
  • Chapter XLIX. The Blind God.
  • Chapter L. Swept Away.
  • Chapter LI. From Deep Experience.
  • Chapter LII. An Illumined Face.
  • Chapter LIII. A Night's Vigil.
  • Chapter LIV. Life and trust.
    • THE END.
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