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The Prince and the Pauper
Mark Twain
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The Prince and the Pauper
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Contents
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Titlepage
Imprint
Dedication
Epigraph
Preface
The Prince and the Pauper
I: The Birth of the Prince and the Pauper
II: Tom’s Early Life
III: Tom’s Meeting with the Prince
IV: The Prince’s Troubles Begin
V: Tom as a Patrician
VI: Tom Receives Instructions
VII: Tom’s First Royal Dinner
VIII: The Question of the Seal
IX: The River Pageant
X: The Prince in the Toils
XI: At Guildhall
XII: The Prince and His Deliverer
XIII: The Disappearance of the Prince
XIV: “Le Roi Est Mort—Vive le Roi”
XV: Tom as King
XVI: The State Dinner
XVII: Foo-Foo the First
XVIII: The Prince with the Tramps
XIX: The Prince with the Peasants
XX: The Prince and the Hermit
XXI: Hendon to the Rescue
XXII: A Victim of Treachery
XXIII: The Prince a Prisoner
XXIV: The Escape
XXV: Hendon Hall
XXVI: Disowned
XXVII: In Prison
XXVIII: The Sacrifice
XXIX: To London
XXX: Tom’s Progress
XXXI: The Recognition Procession
XXXII: Coronation Day
XXXIII: Edward as King
Conclusion
General Note
Endnotes
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