A Maid of the Kentucky Hills
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A Maid of the Kentucky Hills

By Edwin Carlile Litsey
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  • A MAID OF THE KENTUCKY HILLS
  • Author of "The Man from Jericho," etc.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN CASSEL
    • CHICAGO BROWNE & HOWELL COMPANY 1913
    • COPYRIGHT, 1913 BROWNE & HOWELL COMPANY
    • Copyright in England All rights reserved
    • PUBLISHED, NOVEMBER, 1913
    • THE PLIMPTON PRESS NORWOOD, MASS, USA
    • TO SARA OF THE SUNNY HAIR
    • I knelt on the tree, bent down, and took her upheld hand in mine.
  • CONTENTS
  • A MAID OF THE KENTUCKY HILLS
  • CHAPTER ONE
    • IN WHICH I GO TO 'CROMBIE
  • CHAPTER TWO
    • IN WHICH I GO TO 'CROMBIE AGAIN
  • CHAPTER THREE
    • IN WHICH I FIND A LODGE IN THE WILDERNESS
  • CHAPTER FOUR
    • IN WHICH I MEET A DRYAD
  • CHAPTER FIVE
    • IN WHICH I SAY WHAT I PLEASE
  • CHAPTER SIX
    • IN WHICH I MEET A SATYR
  • CHAPTER SEVEN
    • IN WHICH THE SATYR AND I SIT CHEEK BY JOWL
  • CHAPTER EIGHT
    • IN WHICH I PITCH MY TENT TOWARD HEBRON FOR THE SPACE OF AN AFTERNOON
  • CHAPTER NINE
    • IN WHICH I SIT UPON A HILLTOP AND REFLECT TO NO ADVANTAGE
  • CHAPTER TEN
    • IN WHICH I SPEND A PLEASANT HOUR AND HEAR SOME NEWS
  • CHAPTER ELEVEN
    • IN WHICH OTHER CHARACTERS COME INTO OUR STORY
  • CHAPTER TWELVE
    • IN WHICH I ATTEND AN ORATORIO
  • CHAPTER THIRTEEN
    • IN WHICH I SUFFER FOUR SHOCKS, THREE OF THE EARTH AND ONE FROM THE SKY, AND FIND ANOTHER MAID A-FISHING
  • CHAPTER FOURTEEN
    • IN WHICH YET A FIFTH SHOCK ARRIVES, AND ROUNDS OUT THE DAY
  • CHAPTER FIFTEEN
    • IN WHICH THE HISTORIAN UNBLUSHINGLY SHOWS HIMSELF TO BE A HUMAN
  • CHAPTER SIXTEEN
    • IN WHICH MUCH ADDED LIGHT IS SHED UPON MISS BERYL DRANE, BUT ONLY A GLIMMER UPON MY PROBLEM
  • CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
    • IN WHICH I ENTERTAIN SERIOUSLY A CHIVALROUS NOTION TO MY GREAT DETRIMENT
  • CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
    • IN WHICH I DESCEND INTO HELL
  • CHAPTER NINETEEN
    • IN WHICH THE SATYR AND THE NARRATOR BECOME VERY DRUNK AND THE LATTER IS LIFTED TO EARTH AGAIN
  • CHAPTER TWENTY
    • IN WHICH I VIEW AN EMPTY WORLD, ACT A HYPOCRITE, AND HEAR A CONFESSION OF LOVE
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE
    • IN WHICH, STRANGE TO SAY, TIME PASSES. ALSO I RECEIVE THREE WARNINGS, AND WITNESS AN UNPARALLELED EPISODE IN THE SMITHY
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO
    • IN WHICH I SPAR WITH DEATH
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE
    • IN WHICH, THOUGH THE WORLD IS STILL A VOID, THERE IS THE SHINING OF A GREAT LIGHT
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR
    • IN WHICH I VANQUISH A DEMONIAC, AND ENTER INTO GLORY
    • THE END
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