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The House of Martha

By Frank Richard Stockton
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The House of Martha, by Frank R. Stockton
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  • THE HOUSE OF MARTHA
    • BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY The Riverside Press, Cambridge 1891
      • Copyright, 1891, By FRANK B. STOCKTON. All rights reserved. The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. S. A. Electrotyped and Printed by H. O. Houghton & Co.
      • CONTENTS.
    • Copyright, 1891, By FRANK B. STOCKTON. All rights reserved. The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. S. A. Electrotyped and Printed by H. O. Houghton & Co.
    • CONTENTS.
    • THE HOUSE OF MARTHA.
    • I.
      • MY GRANDMOTHER AND I.
    • MY GRANDMOTHER AND I.
    • II.
      • RELATING TO MY YEAR IN EUROPE.
    • RELATING TO MY YEAR IN EUROPE.
    • III.
      • THE MODERN USE OF THE HUMAN EAR.
    • THE MODERN USE OF THE HUMAN EAR.
    • IV.
      • I OBTAIN A LISTENER.
    • I OBTAIN A LISTENER.
    • V.
      • CHESTER WALKIRK.
    • CHESTER WALKIRK.
    • VI.
      • MY UNDER-STUDY.
    • MY UNDER-STUDY.
    • VII.
      • MY BOOK.
    • MY BOOK.
    • VIII.
      • THE MALARIAL ADJUNCT.
    • THE MALARIAL ADJUNCT.
    • IX.
      • WALKIRK'S IDEA.
    • WALKIRK'S IDEA.
    • X.
      • THE PLAN OF SECLUSION.
    • THE PLAN OF SECLUSION.
    • XI.
      • MY NUN.
    • MY NUN.
    • XII.
      • EZA.
    • EZA.
    • XIII.
      • MY FRIEND VESPA.
    • MY FRIEND VESPA.
    • XIV.
      • I FAVOR PERMANENCY IN OFFICE.
    • I FAVOR PERMANENCY IN OFFICE.
    • XV.
      • HOW WE WENT BACK TO GENOA.
    • HOW WE WENT BACK TO GENOA.
    • XVI.
      • I RUN UPON A SANDBAR.
    • I RUN UPON A SANDBAR.
    • XVII.
      • REGARDING THE ELUCIDATION OF NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS.
    • REGARDING THE ELUCIDATION OF NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS.
    • XVIII.
      • AN ILLEGIBLE WORD.
    • AN ILLEGIBLE WORD.
    • XIX.
      • GRAY ICE.
    • GRAY ICE.
    • XX.
      • TOMASO AND I.
    • TOMASO AND I.
    • XXI.
      • LUCILLA AND I.
    • LUCILLA AND I.
    • XXII.
      • I CLOSE MY BOOK.
    • I CLOSE MY BOOK.
    • XXIII.
      • RACKET ISLAND.
    • RACKET ISLAND.
    • XXIV.
      • THE INTERPOLATION.
    • THE INTERPOLATION.
    • XXV.
      • ABOUT SYLVIA.
    • ABOUT SYLVIA.
    • XXVI.
      • MOTHER ANASTASIA.
    • MOTHER ANASTASIA.
    • XXVII.
      • A PERSON.
    • A PERSON.
    • XXVIII.
      • THE FLOATING GROCERY.
    • THE FLOATING GROCERY.
    • XXIX.
      • FANTASY?
    • FANTASY?
    • XXX.
      • A DISCOVERY.
    • A DISCOVERY.
    • XXXI.
      • TAKING UP UNFINISHED WORK.
    • TAKING UP UNFINISHED WORK.
    • XXXII.
      • TOMASO AND LUCILLA.
    • TOMASO AND LUCILLA.
    • XXXIII.
      • THE DISTANT TOPSAIL.
    • THE DISTANT TOPSAIL.
    • XXXIV.
      • THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
    • THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
    • XXXV.
      • MONEY MAKES THE MARE GO.
    • MONEY MAKES THE MARE GO.
    • XXXVI.
      • IN THE SHADE OF THE OAK.
    • IN THE SHADE OF THE OAK.
    • XXXVII.
      • THE PERFORMANCE OF MY UNDER-STUDY.
    • THE PERFORMANCE OF MY UNDER-STUDY.
    • XXXVIII.
      • A BROKEN TRACE.
    • A BROKEN TRACE.
    • XXXIX.
      • A SOUL WHISPER?
    • A SOUL WHISPER?
    • XL.
      • AN INSPIRATION.
    • AN INSPIRATION.
    • XLI.
      • MISS LANISTON.
    • MISS LANISTON.
    • XLII.
      • THE MOTHER SUPERIOR.
    • THE MOTHER SUPERIOR.
    • XLIII.
      • WAS HIS HEART TRUE TO POLL?
    • WAS HIS HEART TRUE TO POLL?
    • XLIV.
      • PRELIMINARY BROTHERHOOD.
    • PRELIMINARY BROTHERHOOD.
    • XLV.
      • I MAKE COFFEE AND GET INTO HOT WATER.
    • I MAKE COFFEE AND GET INTO HOT WATER.
    • XLVI.
      • GOING BACK FOR A FRIEND.
    • GOING BACK FOR A FRIEND.
    • XLVII.
      • I INTEREST MISS LANISTON.
    • I INTEREST MISS LANISTON.
    • XLVIII.
      • IN A COLD, BARE ROOM.
    • IN A COLD, BARE ROOM.
    • XLIX.
      • MY OWN WAY.
    • MY OWN WAY.
    • L.
      • MY BOOK OF TRAVEL.
    • MY BOOK OF TRAVEL.
    • LI.
      • A LOOSE END.
    • A LOOSE END.
    • LII.
      • I FINISH THE SICILIAN LOVE-STORY.
    • I FINISH THE SICILIAN LOVE-STORY.
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