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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Booth Tarkington
Author: Tarkington, Booth
Language: English
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CONTENTS

##  THE FLIRT

##  PENROD

##  THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN

##  ALICE ADAMS

##  THE TURMOIL

##  PENROD AND SAM

##  SEVENTEEN

##  MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE

##  HIS OWN PEOPLE

##  RAMSEY MILHOLLAND

##  THE TWO VANREVELS

##  THE GUEST OF QUESNAY

##  THE BEAUTIFUL LADY

##  BEASLEY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY

##  HARLEQUIN AND COLUMBINE

##  IN THE ARENA

##  THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS

##  THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA

THE MAN FROM HOME

GENTLE JULIA

##  LORDS OF THE HOUSETOPS



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE FLIRT
By Booth Tarkington



CONTENTS

THE FLIRT

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER TWO

CHAPTER THREE

CHAPTER FOUR

CHAPTER FIVE

CHAPTER SIX

CHAPTER SEVEN

CHAPTER EIGHT

CHAPTER NINE

CHAPTER TEN

CHAPTER ELEVEN

CHAPTER TWELVE

CHAPTER THIRTEEN

CHAPTER FOURTEEN

CHAPTER FIFTEEN

CHAPTER SIXTEEN

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN

CHAPTER NINETEEN

CHAPTER TWENTY

CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE

CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO

CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE

CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR

CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE



PENROD


By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I   A BOY AND HIS DOG

    CHAPTER II   ROMANCE

    CHAPTER III   THE COSTUME

    CHAPTER IV   DESPERATION

    CHAPTER V   THE PAGEANT OF THE TABLE ROUND

    CHAPTER VI   EVENING

    CHAPTER VII   EVILS OF DRINK

    CHAPTER VIII   SCHOOL

    CHAPTER IX   SOARING

    CHAPTER X   UNCLE JOHN

    CHAPTER XI   FIDELITY OF A LITTLE DOG

    CHAPTER XII   MISS RENNSDALE ACCEPTS

    CHAPTER XIII   THE SMALLPOX MEDICINE

    CHAPTER XIV   MAURICE LEVY'S CONSTITUTION

    CHAPTER XV   THE TWO FAMILIES

    CHAPTER XVI   THE NEW STAR

    CHAPTER XVII   RETIRING FROM THE SHOW BUSINESS

    CHAPTER XVIII   MUSIC

    CHAPTER XIX   THE INNER BOY

    CHAPTER XX   BROTHERS OF ANGELS

    CHAPTER XXI   RUPE COLLINS

    CHAPTER XXII   THE IMITATOR

    CHAPTER XXIII   COLOURED TROOPS IN ACTION

    CHAPTER XXIV   "LITTLE GENTLEMAN”

    CHAPTER XXV   TAR

    CHAPTER XXVI   THE QUIET AFTERNOON

    CHAPTER XXVII   CONCLUSION OF THE QUIET AFTERNOON

    CHAPTER XXVIII      TWELVE

    CHAPTER XXIX   FANCHON

    CHAPTER XXX   THE BIRTHDAY PARTY

    CHAPTER XXXI   OVER THE FENCE



THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN


BY
BOOTH TARKINGTON



CONTENTS
CHAPTER
I.   	ENTER CHORUS
II.   	A RESCUE
III.   	OLD HOPES
IV.   	THE DISASTER
V.   	BEAVER BEACH
VI.   	"YE'LL TAK' THE HIGH ROAD AND I'LL TAK' THE LOW ROAD"
VII.   	GIVE A DOG A BAD NAME
VIII.   	A BAD PENNY TURNS UP
IX.   	OUTER DARKNESS
X.   	THE TRYST
XI.   	WHEN HALF-GODS GO
XII.   	TO REMAIN ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE IS NOT ALWAYS A VICTORY
XIII.   	THE WATCHER AND THE WARDEN
XIV.   	WHITE ROSES IN A LAW-OFFICE
XV.   	HAPPY FEAR GIVES HIMSELF UP
XVI.   	THE TWO CANAANS
XVII.   	MR. SHEEHAN'S HINTS
XVIII.   	IN THE HEAT OF THE DAY
XIX.   	ESKEW ARP
XX.   	THREE ARE ENLISTED
XXI.   	NORBERT WAITS FOR JOE
XXII.   	MR. SHEEHAN SPEAKS
XXIII.   	JOE WALKS ACROSS THE COURT-HOUSE YARD
XXIV.   	MARTIN PIKE KEEPS AN ENGAGEMENT
XXV.   	THE JURY COMES IN
XXVI.   	"ANCIENT OF DAYS"



ALICE ADAMS


By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I

    CHAPTER II

    CHAPTER III

    CHAPTER IV

    CHAPTER V

    CHAPTER VI

    CHAPTER VII

    CHAPTER VIII

    CHAPTER IX

    CHAPTER X

    CHAPTER XI

    CHAPTER XII

    CHAPTER XIII

    CHAPTER XIV

    CHAPTER XV

    CHAPTER XVI

    CHAPTER XVII

    CHAPTER XVIII

    CHAPTER XIX

    CHAPTER XX

    CHAPTER XXI

    CHAPTER XXII

    CHAPTER XXIII

    CHAPTER XXIV

    CHAPTER XXV



THE TURMOIL
A NOVEL


By Booth Tarkington



1915.



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I

    CHAPTER II

    CHAPTER III

    CHAPTER IV

    CHAPTER V

    CHAPTER VI

    CHAPTER VII

    CHAPTER VIII

    CHAPTER IX

    CHAPTER X

    CHAPTER XI

    CHAPTER XII

    CHAPTER XIII

    CHAPTER XIV

    CHAPTER XV

    CHAPTER XVI

    CHAPTER XVII

    CHAPTER XVIII

    CHAPTER XIX

    CHAPTER XX

    CHAPTER XXI

    CHAPTER XXII

    CHAPTER XXIII

    CHAPTER XXIV

    CHAPTER XXV

    CHAPTER XXVI

    CHAPTER XXVII

    CHAPTER XXVIII

    CHAPTER XXIX

    CHAPTER XXX

    CHAPTER XXI

    CHAPTER XXXII

    CHAPTER XXXIII



PENROD AND SAM


By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I.   PENROD AND SAM

    CHAPTER II.   THE BONDED PRISONER

    CHAPTER III.   THE MILITARIST

    CHAPTER IV.   BINGISM

    CHAPTER V.   THE IN-OR-IN

    CHAPTER VI.   GEORGIE BECOMES A MEMBER

    CHAPTER VII.   WHITEY

    CHAPTER VIII.   SALVAGE

    CHAPTER IX.   REWARD OF MERIT

    CHAPTER X.   CONSCIENCE

    CHAPTER XI.   THE TONIC

    CHAPTER XII.   GIPSY

    CHAPTER XIII.   CONCERNING TROUSERS

    CHAPTER XIV.   CAMERA WORK IN THE JUNGLE

    CHAPTER XV.   A MODEL LETTER TO A FRIEND

    CHAPTER XVI.   WEDNESDAY MADNESS

    CHAPTER XVII.   PENROD'S BUSY DAY

    CHAPTER XVIII.   ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHER

    CHAPTER XIX.   CREATIVE ART

    CHAPTER XX.   THE DEPARTING GUEST

    CHAPTER XXI.   YEARNINGS

    CHAPTER XXII.   THE HORN OF FAME

    CHAPTER XXIII.     THE PARTY

    CHAPTER XXIV.   THE HEART OF MARJORIE JONES



SEVENTEEN
A Tale Of Youth And Summer Time And The Baxter Family Especially William
By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    SEVENTEEN


    I. -- WILLIAM
    II. -- THE UNKNOWN
    III. -- THE PAINFUL AGE
    IV. -- GENESIS AND CLEMATIS
    V, -- SORROWS WITHIN A BOILER
    VI. -- TRUCULENCE
    VII. -- MR. BAXTER'S EVENING CLOTHES
    VIII. -- JANE
    IX. -- LITTLE SISTERS HAVE BIG EARS
    X. -- MR. PARCHER AND LOVE
    XI. -- BEGINNING A TRUE FRIENDSHIP
    XII. -- PROGRESS OF THE SYMPTOMS
    XIII. -- AT HOME TO HIS FRIENDS
    XIV. -- TIME DOES FLY
    XV. -- ROMANCE OF STATISTICS
    XVI. --THE SHOWER
    XVII. --JANE'S THEORY
    XVIII. -- THE BIG, FAT LUMMOX
    XIX. -- "I DUNNO WHY IT IS"
    XX. -- SYDNEY CARTON
    XXI. -- MY LITTLE SWEETHEARTS
    XXII. -- FORESHADOWINGS
    XXIII. -- FATHERS FORGET
    XXIV. -- CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN
    XXV. -- YOUTH AND MR. PARCHER
    XXVI. -- MISS BOKE
    XXVII. -- MAROONED
    XXVIII. -- RANNIE KIRSTED
    XXIX. -- "DON'T FORGET!"
    XXX. -- THE BRIDE-TO-BE



MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE


by Booth Tarkington



CONTENTS

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Chapter Four

Chapter Five

Chapter Six



HIS OWN PEOPLE


by Booth Tarkington



CONTENTS
I. 	A Change of Lodging
II. 	Music on the Pincio
III. 	Glamour
IV. 	Good Fellowship
V. 	Lady Mount Rhyswicke
VI. 	Rake's Progress
VII. 	The Next Morning
VIII.     	What Cornish Knew
IX. 	Expiation
X. 	The Cab at the Corner



RAMSEY MILHOLLAND


by Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    Chapter I

    Chapter II

    Chapter III

    Chapter IV

    Chapter V

    Chapter VI

    Chapter VII

    Chapter VIII

    Chapter IX

    Chapter X

    Chapter XI

    Chapter XII

    Chapter XIII

    Chapter XIV

    Chapter XV

    Chapter XVI

    Chapter XVII

    Chapter XVIII

    Chapter XIX

    Chapter XX

    Chapter XXI



THE TWO VANREVELS


By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I.   A Cat Can Do More than Look at a King

    CHAPTER II.   Surviving Evils of the Reign of Terror

    CHAPTER III.   The Rogue's Gallery of a Father

    CHAPTER IV.   "But Spare Your Country's Flag”

    CHAPTER V.   Nero not the Last Violinist of his Kind

    CHAPTER VI.   The Ever Unpractical Feminine

    CHAPTER VII.   The Comedian

    CHAPTER VIII.   A Tale of a Political Difference

    CHAPTER IX.   The Rule of the Regent

    CHAPTER X.   Echoes of a Serenade

    CHAPTER XI.   A Voice in a Garden

    CHAPTER XII.   The Room in the Cupola

    CHAPTER XIII.   The Tocsin

    CHAPTER XIV.   The Firm of Gray and Vanrevel

    CHAPTER XV.   When June Came

    CHAPTER XVI.   "Those Endearing Young Charms”

    CHAPTER XVII.   The Price of Silence

    CHAPTER XVIII.      The Uniform

    CHAPTER XIX.   The Flag Goes Marching By

    CHAPTER XX.   "Goodby”



THE GUEST OF QUESNAY
By Booth Tarkington
1915



TO OVID BUTLER JAMESON



CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

CHAPTER II

CHAPTER III

CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER V

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

CHAPTER VIII

CHAPTER IX

CHAPTER X

CHAPTER XI

CHAPTER XII

CHAPTER XIII

CHAPTER XIV

CHAPTER XV

CHAPTER XVI

CHAPTER XVII

CHAPTER XVIII

CHAPTER XIX

CHAPTER XX

CHAPTER XXI

CHAPTER XXII

CHAPTER XXII



THE BEAUTIFUL LADY



By Booth Tarkington



Contents

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Chapter Four

Chapter Five

Chapter Six

Chapter Seven

Chapter Eight

Chapter Nine

Chapter Ten



BEASLEY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY
By Booth Tarkington


Illustrated By Ruth Sypherd Clements
October, 1909.



CONTENTS

I

II

III

IV

V

VI



HARLEQUIN AND COLUMBINE



By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    I

    II

    III

    IV

    V

    VI

    VII

    VIII

    IX

    X

    XI

    XII



IN THE ARENA
Stories of Political Life


By Booth Tarkington



CONTENTS

“IN THE FIRST PLACE”


PART I

BOSS GORGETT

THE ALIENS

THE NEED OF MONEY

HECTOR


PART II

MRS. PROTHEROE

GREAT MEN'S SONS



THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS



By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    Chapter I

    Chapter II

    Chapter III

    Chapter IV

    Chapter V

    Chapter VI

    Chapter VII

    Chapter VIII

    Chapter IX

    Chapter X

    Chapter XI

    Chapter XII

    Chapter XIII

    Chapter XIV

    Chapter XV

    Chapter XVI

    Chapter XVII

    Chapter XVIII

    Chapter XIX

    Chapter XX

    Chapter XXI

    Chapter XXII

    Chapter XXIII

    Chapter XXIV

    Chapter XXV

    Chapter XXVI

    Chapter XXVII

    Chapter XXVIII

    Chapter XXIX

    Chapter XXX

    Chapter XXXI

    Chapter XXXII

    Chapter XXXIII

    Chapter XXXIV

    Chapter XXXV



THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA



By Booth Tarkington



    CONTENTS


    CHAPTER I.   THE YOUNG MAN WHO CAME TO STAY

    CHAPTER II.   THE STRANGE LADY

    CHAPTER III.   LONESOMENESS

    CHAPTER IV.   THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER

    CHAPTER V.   AT THE PASTURE BARS: ELDER-BUSHES MAY HAVE STINGS

    CHAPTER VI.   JUNE

    CHAPTER VII.   MORNING: “SOME IN RAGS AND SOME IN TAGS AND SOME IN VELVET

    CHAPTER VIII.   GLAD AFTERNOON: THE GIRL BY THE BLUE TENT-POLE

    CHAPTER IX.   NIGHT: IT IS BAD LUCK TO SING BEFORE BREAKFAST

    CHAPTER X.   THE COURT-HOUSE BELL

    CHAPTER XI.   JOHN BROWN'S BODY

    CHAPTER XII.   JERRY THE TELLER

    CHAPTER XIII.   JAMES FISBEE

    CHAPTER XIV.   A RESCUE

    CHAPTER XV.   NETTLES

    CHAPTER XVI.   PRETTY MARQUISE

    CHAPTER XVII.   HELEN'S TOAST

    CHAPTER XVIII.     THE TREACHERY OF H. FISBEE

    CHAPTER XIX.   THE GREAT HARKLESS COMES HOME



LORDS
OF THE HOUSETOPS
THIRTEEN CAT TALES


CONTENTS
	Preface, 	ix
I 	Mary E. Wilkins Freeman: The Cat, 	1
II 	Guy Wetmore Carryl: Zut, 	11
III 	Algernon Blackwood: A Psychical Invasion, 	29
IV 	Honore de Balzac: The Afflictions of an English Cat 	103
	(translated from the French by Carl Van Vechten)
V 	Booth Tarkington: Gipsy, 	124
VI 	G. H. Powell: The Blue Dryad, 	131
VII 	Mark Twain: Dick Baker's Cat, 	144
VIII 	Edgar Allan Poe: The Black Cat, 	149
IX 	Thomas A. Janvier: Madame Jolicœur's Cat, 	163
X 	W. H. Hudson: A Friendly Rat, 	198
XI 	William Livingston Alden: Monty's Friend, 	203
XII 	Peggy Bacon: The Queen's Cat, 	220
XIII 	Charles Dudley Warner: Calvin, 	226





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