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Ange Pitou
by Alexandre Dumas
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Volume I
Chapter I. In Which The Reader Is Made Acquainted With The Hero Of This History, As Well As With The Country In Which He First Saw The Light
Chapter II. In Which It Is Proved That An Aunt Is Not Always A Mother
Chapter III. Ange Pitou At His Aunt's
Chapter IV. Of The Influence Which A Barbarism And Seven Solecisms May Have Upon The Whole Life Of A Man
Chapter V. A Philosophical Farmer
Chapter VI. Pastoral Scenes
Chapter VII. In Which It Is Demonstrated That Although Long Legs's May Be Somewhat Ungraceful In Dancing, They Are Very Useful In Running
Chapter VIII. Showing Why The Gentleman In Black Had Gone Into The Farm At The Same Time With The Two Sergeants
Chapter IX. The Road To Paris
Chapter X. What Was Happening At The End Of The Road Which Pitou Was Travelling Upon,. That Is To Say, At Paris
Chapter XI. The Night Between The 12Th And 13Th Of July
Chapter XII. What Occurred During The Night Of The 12Th July, 1789
Chapter XIII. The King Is So Good! The Queen Is So Good!
Chapter XIV. The Three Powers Of France
Chapter XV. Monsieur De Launay, Governor Of The Bastille
Chapter XVI. The Bastille And It's Governor
Chapter XVII. The Bastille
Chapter XVIII. Doctor Gilbert
Chapter XIX. The Triangle
Chapter XX. Sebastien Gilbert
Chapter XXI. Madame De Staël
Chapter XXII. The King Louis Xvi
Chapter XXIII. The Countess De Charny
Chapter XXIV. Royal Philosophy
Chapter XXV. In The Queen's Apartments
Chapter XXVI. How The King Supped On The 14Th Of July, 1789
Chapter XXVII. Olivier De Charny
Chapter XXVIII. Olivier De Charny
Chapter XXIX. A Trio
Chapter XXX. A King And A Queen
Volume II
Chapter I. What The Queen's Thoughts Were, During The Night From July 14 To July 15, 1789
Chapter II. The King's Physician
Chapter III. The Council
Chapter IV. Decision
Chapter V. The Shirt Of Mail
Chapter VI. The Departure
Chapter VII. The Journey
Chapter VIII. Showing What Was Taking Place At Versailles While The King Was Listening To The Speeches Of The Municipality
Chapter IX. The Return
Chapter X. Foulon
Chapter XI. The Father-in-law
Chapter XII. The Son-in-law
Chapter XIII. Billot Begins To Perceive That All Is Not Roses In Revolutions
Chapter XIV. The Pitts
Chapter XV. Medea
Chapter XVI. What The Queen Wished
Chapter XVII. The Flanders Regiment
Chapter XVIII. The Banquet Given By The Guards
Chapter XIX. The Wowen Begin To Stir
Chapter XX. Maillard A General
Chapter XXI. Versailles
Chapter XXII. The Fifth October
Chapter XXIII. The Evening Of The Fifth And Sixth Of October
Chapter XXIV. The Night Of The Fifth And Sixth Of October
Chapter XXV. The Morning
Chapter XXVI. George De Charny
Chapter XXVII. Departure, Journey, And Arrival Of Pitou And Sebastien Gilbert
Chapter XXVIII. How Pitou, After Having Been Cursed And Turned Out Of Doors By His Aunt On Account Of A Barbarism And Three Solecisms, Was Again Cursed And Turned Out By Her On Account Of A Fowl Cooked With Rice
Chapter XXIX. Pitou A Revolutionist
Chapter XXX. Madame Billot Abdicates
Chapter XXXI. What Decided Pitou To Leave The Farm And Return To Haramont, His Real And Only Country
Chapter XXXII. Pitou An Orator
Chapter XXXIII. Pitou A Conspirator
Chapter XXXIV. In Which Will Be Seen Opposed To Each Other The Monarchical Principle Represented By The Abbé Fortier, And The Revolutionary Principle Represented By Pitou
Chapter XXXV. Pitou A Diplomatist
Chapter XXXVI. Pitou Triumphs
Chapter XXXVII. How Pitou Learned Tactics, And Acquired A Noble Bearing
Chapter XXXVIII. Catherine Becomes A Diplomatist
Chapter XXXIX. Honey And Absinthe
Chapter XL. An Unexpected Dénouement

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