The Broken Gate: A Novel
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The Broken Gate: A Novel

By Emerson Hough
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  • The BROKEN GATE
  • A NOVEL
    • AUTHOR OF "THE MAN NEXT DOOR," "THE MAGNIFICENT ADVENTURE," "54° 40' OR FIGHT," "THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE," ETC.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY M. LEONE BRACKER
    • D. APPLETON and COMPANY NEW YORK LONDON 1917
    • Copyright, 1917, by Emerson Hough
    • Copyright, 1917, by The Pictorial Review Company
    • Printed in the United States of America
    • TO ARTHUR T. VANCE FAITHFUL AND KINDLY COUNSELOR
    • He felt her hands resting on his head as though in shelter.
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • The BROKEN GATE
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE HOMECOMING OF DIEUDONNÉ LANE
  • CHAPTER II
    • AURORA LANE
  • CHAPTER III
    • TWO MOTHERS
  • CHAPTER IV
    • IN OPEN COURT
    • "Your Honor," said he, "I presume I am the defendant in this case."
  • CHAPTER V
    • CLOSED DOORS
    • "I was kissing you and saying good-bye ... when Miss Julia came in—"
  • CHAPTER VI
    • THE DIVIDING LINE
  • CHAPTER VII
    • AT MIDNIGHT
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • THE EXTRAORDINARY HORACE BROOKS
  • CHAPTER IX
    • THE OTHER WOMAN CONCERNED
  • CHAPTER X
    • THE MURDER
  • CHAPTER XI
    • THE NAME OF THE LAW
  • CHAPTER XII
    • ANNE OGLESBY
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • "AS YOU BELIEVE IN GOD!"
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • AURORA AND ANNE
  • CHAPTER XV
    • THE ANGELS AND MISS JULIA
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • HORACE BROOKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • AT CHURCH
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • AT THE COUNTY JAIL
    • "Anne! What made you come?"
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • THE MOB
  • CHAPTER XX
    • THE IDIOT
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • A TRUE BILL
  • CHAPTER XXII
    • MISS JULIA
  • CHAPTER XXIII
    • THE STATE VS. DIEUDONNÉ LANE
  • CHAPTER XXIV
    • THE SACKCLOTH OF SPRING VALLEY
  • CHAPTER XXV
    • BECAUSE SHE WAS A WOMAN
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