The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
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The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

By T. (Tobias) Smollett
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  • The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
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  • THE ADVENTURES OF SIR LAUNCELOT GREAVES
    • With the Author's Preface, and an Introduction by G. H. Maynadier, Ph.D. Department of English, Harvard University
    • DETAILED CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • THE ADVENTURES OF SIR LAUNCELOT GREAVES
    • CHAPTER ONE
    • CHAPTER TWO
    • CHAPTER THREE
      • WHICH THE READER, ON PERUSAL, MAY WISH WERE CHAPTER THE LAST.
    • WHICH THE READER, ON PERUSAL, MAY WISH WERE CHAPTER THE LAST.
    • CHAPTER FOUR
    • CHAPTER FIVE
      • IN WHICH THIS RECAPITULATION DRAWS TO A CLOSE.
    • IN WHICH THIS RECAPITULATION DRAWS TO A CLOSE.
    • CHAPTER SIX
      • IN WHICH THE READER WILL PERCEIVE THAT IN SOME CASES MADNESS IS CATCHING.
    • IN WHICH THE READER WILL PERCEIVE THAT IN SOME CASES MADNESS IS CATCHING.
    • CHAPTER SEVEN
      • IN WHICH THE KNIGHT RESUMES HIS IMPORTANCE.
    • IN WHICH THE KNIGHT RESUMES HIS IMPORTANCE.
    • CHAPTER EIGHT
      • WHICH IS WITHIN A HAIR'S-BREADTH OF PROVING HIGHLY INTERESTING.
    • WHICH IS WITHIN A HAIR'S-BREADTH OF PROVING HIGHLY INTERESTING.
    • CHAPTER NINE
      • WHICH MAY SERVE TO SHOW, THAT TRUE PATRIOTISM IS OF NO PARTY.
    • WHICH MAY SERVE TO SHOW, THAT TRUE PATRIOTISM IS OF NO PARTY.
    • CHAPTER TEN
    • CHAPTER ELEVEN
      • DESCRIPTION OF A MODERN MAGISTRATE.
    • DESCRIPTION OF A MODERN MAGISTRATE.
    • CHAPTER TWELVE
      • WHICH SHOWS THERE ARE MORE WAYS TO KILL A DOG THAN HANGING.
    • WHICH SHOWS THERE ARE MORE WAYS TO KILL A DOG THAN HANGING.
    • CHAPTER THIRTEEN
      • IN WHICH OUR KNIGHT IS TANTALISED WITH A TRANSIENT GLIMPSE OF FELICITY.
    • IN WHICH OUR KNIGHT IS TANTALISED WITH A TRANSIENT GLIMPSE OF FELICITY.
    • CHAPTER FOURTEEN
      • WHICH SHOWS THAT A MAN CANNOT ALWAYS SIP, WHEN THE CUP IS AT HIS LIP.
    • WHICH SHOWS THAT A MAN CANNOT ALWAYS SIP, WHEN THE CUP IS AT HIS LIP.
    • CHAPTER FIFTEEN
    • CHAPTER SIXTEEN
    • CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
      • CONTAINING ADVENTURES OF CHIVALRY EQUALLY NEW AND SURPRISING.
    • CONTAINING ADVENTURES OF CHIVALRY EQUALLY NEW AND SURPRISING.
    • CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
      • IN WHICH THE RAYS OF CHIVALRY SHINE WITH RENOVATED LUSTRE.
    • IN WHICH THE RAYS OF CHIVALRY SHINE WITH RENOVATED LUSTRE.
    • CHAPTER NINETEEN
      • CONTAINING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE GRIFFIN AND CRESCENT.
    • CONTAINING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE GRIFFIN AND CRESCENT.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY
      • IN WHICH OUR HERO DESCENDS INTO THE MANSION OF THE DAMNED.
    • IN WHICH OUR HERO DESCENDS INTO THE MANSION OF THE DAMNED.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE
      • CONTAINING FURTHER ANECDOTES RELATING TO THE CHILDREN ON WRETCHEDNESS.
    • CONTAINING FURTHER ANECDOTES RELATING TO THE CHILDREN ON WRETCHEDNESS.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO
      • IN WHICH CAPTAIN CROWE IS SUBLIMED INTO THE REGIONS ON ASTROLOGY.
    • IN WHICH CAPTAIN CROWE IS SUBLIMED INTO THE REGIONS ON ASTROLOGY.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE
      • IN WHICH THE CLOUDS THAT COVER THE CATASTROPHE BEGIN TO DISPERSE.
    • IN WHICH THE CLOUDS THAT COVER THE CATASTROPHE BEGIN TO DISPERSE.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR
    • CHAPTER THE LAST
  • The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
  • THE ADVENTURES OF SIR LAUNCELOT GREAVES
    • With the Author's Preface, and an Introduction by G. H. Maynadier, Ph.D. Department of English, Harvard University
    • DETAILED CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • THE ADVENTURES OF SIR LAUNCELOT GREAVES
    • CHAPTER ONE
    • CHAPTER TWO
    • CHAPTER THREE
      • WHICH THE READER, ON PERUSAL, MAY WISH WERE CHAPTER THE LAST.
    • WHICH THE READER, ON PERUSAL, MAY WISH WERE CHAPTER THE LAST.
    • CHAPTER FOUR
    • CHAPTER FIVE
      • IN WHICH THIS RECAPITULATION DRAWS TO A CLOSE.
    • IN WHICH THIS RECAPITULATION DRAWS TO A CLOSE.
    • CHAPTER SIX
      • IN WHICH THE READER WILL PERCEIVE THAT IN SOME CASES MADNESS IS CATCHING.
    • IN WHICH THE READER WILL PERCEIVE THAT IN SOME CASES MADNESS IS CATCHING.
    • CHAPTER SEVEN
      • IN WHICH THE KNIGHT RESUMES HIS IMPORTANCE.
    • IN WHICH THE KNIGHT RESUMES HIS IMPORTANCE.
    • CHAPTER EIGHT
      • WHICH IS WITHIN A HAIR'S-BREADTH OF PROVING HIGHLY INTERESTING.
    • WHICH IS WITHIN A HAIR'S-BREADTH OF PROVING HIGHLY INTERESTING.
    • CHAPTER NINE
      • WHICH MAY SERVE TO SHOW, THAT TRUE PATRIOTISM IS OF NO PARTY.
    • WHICH MAY SERVE TO SHOW, THAT TRUE PATRIOTISM IS OF NO PARTY.
    • CHAPTER TEN
    • CHAPTER ELEVEN
      • DESCRIPTION OF A MODERN MAGISTRATE.
    • DESCRIPTION OF A MODERN MAGISTRATE.
    • CHAPTER TWELVE
      • WHICH SHOWS THERE ARE MORE WAYS TO KILL A DOG THAN HANGING.
    • WHICH SHOWS THERE ARE MORE WAYS TO KILL A DOG THAN HANGING.
    • CHAPTER THIRTEEN
      • IN WHICH OUR KNIGHT IS TANTALISED WITH A TRANSIENT GLIMPSE OF FELICITY.
    • IN WHICH OUR KNIGHT IS TANTALISED WITH A TRANSIENT GLIMPSE OF FELICITY.
    • CHAPTER FOURTEEN
      • WHICH SHOWS THAT A MAN CANNOT ALWAYS SIP, WHEN THE CUP IS AT HIS LIP.
    • WHICH SHOWS THAT A MAN CANNOT ALWAYS SIP, WHEN THE CUP IS AT HIS LIP.
    • CHAPTER FIFTEEN
    • CHAPTER SIXTEEN
    • CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
      • CONTAINING ADVENTURES OF CHIVALRY EQUALLY NEW AND SURPRISING.
    • CONTAINING ADVENTURES OF CHIVALRY EQUALLY NEW AND SURPRISING.
    • CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
      • IN WHICH THE RAYS OF CHIVALRY SHINE WITH RENOVATED LUSTRE.
    • IN WHICH THE RAYS OF CHIVALRY SHINE WITH RENOVATED LUSTRE.
    • CHAPTER NINETEEN
      • CONTAINING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE GRIFFIN AND CRESCENT.
    • CONTAINING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE GRIFFIN AND CRESCENT.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY
      • IN WHICH OUR HERO DESCENDS INTO THE MANSION OF THE DAMNED.
    • IN WHICH OUR HERO DESCENDS INTO THE MANSION OF THE DAMNED.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE
      • CONTAINING FURTHER ANECDOTES RELATING TO THE CHILDREN ON WRETCHEDNESS.
    • CONTAINING FURTHER ANECDOTES RELATING TO THE CHILDREN ON WRETCHEDNESS.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO
      • IN WHICH CAPTAIN CROWE IS SUBLIMED INTO THE REGIONS ON ASTROLOGY.
    • IN WHICH CAPTAIN CROWE IS SUBLIMED INTO THE REGIONS ON ASTROLOGY.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE
      • IN WHICH THE CLOUDS THAT COVER THE CATASTROPHE BEGIN TO DISPERSE.
    • IN WHICH THE CLOUDS THAT COVER THE CATASTROPHE BEGIN TO DISPERSE.
    • CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR
    • CHAPTER THE LAST
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