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Shirley
Charlotte Brontë
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Shirley
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In the early part of the 19th Century, two young women struggle in different ways for independence and love during turbulent times caused by the advent of mechanical looms in the textile industry.

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I: Levitical
II: The Wagons
III: Mr. Yorke
IV: Mr. Yorke (Continued)
V: Hollow’s Cottage
VI: Coriolanus
VII: The Curates at Tea
VIII: Noah and Moses
IX: Briarmains
X: Old Maids
XI: Fieldhead
XII: Shirley and Caroline
XIII: Further Communications on Business
XIV: Shirley Seeks to Be Saved by Works
XV: Mr. Donne’s Exodus
XVI: Whitsuntide
XVII: The School Feast
XVIII: Which the Genteel Reader Is Recommended to Skip, Low Persons Being Here Introduced
XIX: A Summer Night
XX: Tomorrow
XXI: Mrs. Pryor
XXII: Two Lives
XXIII: An Evening Out
XXIV: The Valley of the Shadow of Death
XXV: The West Wind Blows
XXVI: Old Copybooks
XXVII: The First Bluestocking
XXVIII: Phoebe
XXIX: Louis Moore
XXX: Rushedge—A Confessional
XXXI: Uncle and Niece
XXXII: The Schoolboy and the Wood-Nymph
XXXIII: Martin’s Tactics
XXXIV: Case of Domestic Persecution—Remarkable Instance of Pious Perseverance in the Discharge of Religious Duties
XXXV: Wherein Matters Make Some Progress, but Not Much
XXXVI: Written in the Schoolroom
XXXVII: The Winding-Up
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