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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Stephen Leacock
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WORKS OF

STEPHEN LEACOCK



CONTENTS

##  MY DISCOVERY OF ENGLAND

##  SUNSHINE SKETCHES OF A LITTLE TOWN

##  ARCADIAN ADVENTURES WITH THE IDLE RICH

##  MOONBEAMS FROM THE LARGER LUNACY

##  THE DAWN OF CANADIAN HISTORY

##  THE MARINER OF ST. MALO

##  NONSENSE NOVELS

##  THE HOHENZOLLERNS IN AMERICA

##  LITERARY LAPSES

##  FRENZIED FICTION

##  FURTHER FOOLISHNESS

##  WINSOME WINNIE AND OTHERS

##  THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

##  BEHIND THE BEYOND

##  ADVENTURERS OF THE FAR NORTH



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



MY DISCOVERY OF ENGLAND
1922
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS

Introduction of Mr. Stephen Leacock Given by Sir Owen Seaman

MY DISCOVERY OF ENGLAND
I. 	The Balance of Trade in Impressions
II. 	I Am Interviewed by the Press
III. 	Impressions of London
IV. 	A Clear View of the Government and Politics of England
V. 	Oxford as I See It
VI. 	The British and the American Press
VII. 	Business in England. Wanted—More Profiteers
VIII.     	Is Prohibition Coming to England?
IX. 	"We Have With Us To-night"
X. 	Have the English any Sense of Humour?



SUNSHINE SKETCHES OF A LITTLE TOWN
By Stephen Leacock, 1869-1944



CONTENTS

Preface
ONE. 	The Hostelry of Mr. Smith
TWO. 	The Speculations of Jefferson Thorpe
THREE. 	The Marine Excursions of the Knights of Pythias
FOUR. 	The Ministrations of the Rev. Mr. Drone
FIVE. 	The Whirlwind Campaign in Mariposa
SIX. 	The Beacon on the Hill
SEVEN. 	The Extraordinary Entanglement of Mr. Pupkin
EIGHT. 	The Fore-ordained Attachment of Zena Pepperleigh and Peter Pupkin
NINE. 	The Mariposa Bank Mystery
TEN. 	The Great Election in Missinaba County
ELEVEN. 	The Candidacy of Mr. Smith
TWELVE.     	L'Envoi. The Train to Mariposa



ARCADIAN ADVENTURES WITH THE IDLE RICH
By Stephen Leacock, 1869-1944



CONTENTS
I   	A Little Dinner with Mr. Lucullus Fyshe
II   	The Wizard of Finance
III   	The Arrested Philanthropy of Mr. Tomlinson
IV   	The Yahi-Bahi Oriental Society of Mrs. Rasselyer-Brown
V   	The Love Story of Mr. Peter Spillikins
VI   	The Rival Churches of St. Asaph and St. Osoph
VII   	The Ministrations of the Rev. Uttermust Dumfarthing
VIII   	The Great Fight for Clean Government



MOONBEAMS FROM THE LARGER LUNACY
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
PREFACE
I.—SPOOF. A Thousand-Guinea Novel. New! Fascinating! Perplexing!
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
II.—THE READING PUBLIC. A BOOK STORE STUDY
III.—AFTERNOON ADVENTURES AT MY CLUB
1.—The Anecdotes of Dr. So and So
2.—The Shattered Health of Mr. Podge
3.—The Amazing Travels of Mr. Yarner
4.—The Spiritual Outlook of Mr. Doomer
5.—The Reminiscences of Mr. Apricot
6.—The Last Man out of Europe
7.—The War Mania of Mr. Jinks and Mr. Blinks
8.—The Ground Floor
9.—The Hallucination of Mr. Butt
IV-RAM SPUDD THE NEW WORLD SINGER.
V.—ARISTOCRATIC ANECDOTES OR LITTLE STORIES OF GREAT
VI.—EDUCATION MADE AGREEABLE OR THE DIVERSIONS OF A
VII.—AN EVERY-DAY EXPERIENCE
VIII—TRUTHFUL ORATORY
IX.—OUR LITERARY BUREAU
X.—SPEEDING UP BUSINESS
XI.—WHO IS ALSO WHO
XII.—PASSIONATE PARAGRAPHS
XIII.—WEEJEE THE PET DOG
XIV.—SIDELIGHTS ON THE SUPERMEN
XV.—THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
XVI—THE FIRST NEWSPAPER
XVII—IN THE GOOD TIME AFTER THE WAR



CHRONICLES OF CANADA
By Stephen Leacock
Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton
CONTENTS
I   	BEFORE THE DAWN
II   	MAN IN AMERICA
III   	THE ABORIGINES OF CANADA
IV   	THE LEGEND OF THE NORSEMEN
V   	THE BRISTOL VOYAGES
VI   	FORERUNNERS OF JACQUES CARTIER
  	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



THE MARINER OF ST MALO
A Chronicle of the Voyages of Jacques Cartier
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
I   	EARLY LIFE
II   	THE FIRST VOYAGE—NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
III   	THE FIRST VOYAGE—THE GULF OF ST LAWRENCE
IV   	THE SECOND VOYAGE—THE ST LAWRENCE
V   	THE SECOND VOYAGE—STADACONA
VI   	THE SECOND VOYAGE—HOCHELAGA
VII   	THE SECOND VOYAGE—WINTER AT STADACONA
VIII   	THE THIRD VOYAGE
IX   	THE CLOSE OF CARTIER'S CAREER
  	ITINERARY OF CARTIER'S VOYAGES
  	BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE



NONSENSE NOVELS
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS

PREFACE
I. — Maddened by Mystery: or, The Defective Detective
II. — "Q." A Psychic Pstory of the Psupernatural
III. — Guido the Gimlet of Ghent: A Romance of Chivalry
IV. — Gertrude the Governess: or, Simple Seventeen
V. — A Hero in Homespun: or, The Life Struggle of Hezekiah Hayloft
VII. — Hannah of the Highlands: or, The Laird of Loch Aucherlocherty
VIII. — Soaked in Seaweed: or, Upset in the Ocean (An Old-fashioned Sea Story.)
IX. — Caroline's Christmas: or, The Inexplicable Infant
X. — The Man in Asbestos: An Allegory of the Future



THE HOHENZOLLERNS IN AMERICA
With The Bolsheviks In Berlin And Other Impossibilities
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
I.—THE HOHENZOLLERNS IN AMERICA
PREFACE
CHAPTER I — On Board the S.S. America. Wednesday
CHAPTER II — City New York. 2nd Avenue
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
II.—WITH THE BOLSHEVIKS IN BERLIN
III.—AFTERNOON TEA WITH THE SULTAN
IV.—ECHOES OF THE WAR
1.—The Boy Who Came Back
2.—The War Sacrifices of Mr. Spugg
3.—If Germany Had Won
4.—War and Peace at the Galaxy Club
5.—The War News as I Remember it
I—THE CABLE NEWS FROM RUSSIA
II—SAMPLE OF SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
III—THE TECHNICAL WAR DESPATCHES
IV—THE WAR PROPHECIES
V—DIPLOMATIC REVELATIONS
VI—A NEW GERMAN PEACE FORMULA
VII—THE FINANCIAL NEWS
6.—Some Just Complaints About the War
7.—Some Startling Side Effects of the War

V.—OTHER IMPOSSIBILITIES
1.—The Art of Conversation
Introduction to H.E. the Viceroy of India, K.C.B.,
II—HOW TO OPEN A CONVERSATION
2.—Heroes and Heroines
3.—The Discovery of America;
4.—Politics from Within
5.—The Lost Illusions of Mr. Sims
6.—Fetching the Doctor: From Recollections of Childhood in the Canadian Countryside



LITERARY LAPSES
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
LITERARY LAPSES
My Financial Career
Lord Oxhead's Secret
Boarding-House Geometry
The Awful Fate of Melpomenus Jones
A Christmas Letter
How to Make a Million Dollars
How to Live to be 200
How to Avoid Getting Married
How to be a Doctor
The New Food
A New Pathology
The Poet Answered
The Force of Statistics
Men Who have Shaved Me
Getting the Thread of It
Telling His Faults
Winter Pastimes
Number Fifty-Six
Aristocratic Education
The Conjurer's Revenge
Hints to Travellers
A Manual of Education
Hoodoo McFiggin's Christmas
The Life of John Smith
On Collecting Things
Society Chat-Chat
Insurance up to Date
Borrowing a Match
A Lesson in Fiction
Helping the Armenians
A Study in Still Life.—The Country Hotel
An Experiment With Policeman Hogan
The Passing of the Poet
Self-made Men
A Model Dialogue
Back to the Bush
Reflections on Riding
Saloonio
Half-hours with the Poets
PART I
PART II
PART III
A, B, and C
Acknowledgments



FRENZIED FICTION
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
I. 	My Revelations as a Spy
II. 	Father Knickerbocker: A Fantasy
III. 	The Prophet in Our Midst
IV. 	Personal Adventures in the Spirit World
V. 	The Sorrows of a Summer Guest
VI. 	To Nature and Back Again
VII. 	The Cave-Man as He is
VIII. 	Ideal Interviews
	 I. 	WITH A EUROPEAN PRINCE
	 II. 	WITH OUR GREATEST ACTOR
	 III. 	WITH OUR GREATEST SCIENTIST
	 IV. 	WITH OUR TYPICAL NOVELISTS
IX. 	The New Education
X. 	The Errors of Santa Claus
XI. 	Lost in New York
XII. 	This Strenuous Age
XIII. 	The Old, Old Story of How Five Men Went Fishing
XIV. 	Back from the Land
XV. 	The Perplexity Column as Done by the Jaded Journalist
XVI. 	Simple Stories of Success, or How to Succeed in Life
XVII. 	In Dry Toronto
XVIII. 	Merry Christmas



FURTHER FOOLISHNESS
Sketches and Satires on The Follies of The Day
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS

PREFACE
FOLLIES IN FICTION
I. Stories Shorter Still
CHAPTER ONE AND ONLY
II. Snoopopaths; or, Fifty Stories in One
III. Foreign Fiction in Imported Instalments.
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
Movies and Motors, Men and Women
(II) THE MINISTER WHOSE CHURCH HE ATTENDS
(III) HIS PARTNER AT BRIDGE
(IV) HIS HOSTESS AT DINNER
(III)
X. A Study in Still Life—My Tailor
Peace, War, and Politics
XI. Germany from Within Out
XIII. In Merry Mexico
XIV. Over the Grape Juice; or, The Peacemakers
XV. The White House from Without In
Timid Thoughts on Timely Topics
XVI. Are the Rich Happy?
XVII. Humour as I See It



WINSOME WINNIE AND OTHER NEW NONSENSE NOVELS
By Steven Leacock
CONTENTS
I. WINSOME WINNIE; OR, TRIAL AND TEMPTATION 7
I. Thrown on the World 9
II. A Rencounter 14
III. Friends in Distress 18
IV. A Gambling Party in St. James's Close 24
V. The Abduction 28
VI. The Unknown 33
VII. The Proposal 36
VIII. Wedded at Last 42
II. JOHN AND I; OR, HOW I NEARLY LOST MY HUSBAND 43
III. THE SPLIT IN THE CABINET; OR, THE FATE OF ENGLAND 65
IV. WHO DO YOU THINK DID IT? OR, THE MIXED-UP MURDER MYSTERY 95
I. He Dined with Me Last Night 97
II. I must save her Life 100
III. I must buy a Book on Billiards 108
IV. That is not Billiard Chalk 112
V. Has anybody here seen Kelly? 113
VI. Show me the Man who wore those Boots 119
VII. Oh, Mr. Kent, save me! 123
VIII. You are Peter Kelly 127
IX. Let me tell you the Story of my Life 132
X. So do I 139
V. BROKEN BARRIERS; OR, RED LOVE ON A BLUE ISLAND 143
VI. THE KIDNAPPED PLUMBER: A TALE OF THE NEW TIME 177
VII. THE BLUE AND THE GREY: A PRE-WAR WAR STORY 205
VIII. BUGGAM GRANGE: A GOOD OLD GHOST STORY 225



THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
chapter 	  	page
I. 	The Troubled Outlook of the Present Hour 	9
II. 	Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness 	33
III. 	The Failures and Fallacies of Natural Liberty 	48
IV. 	Work and Wages 	66
V. 	The Land of Dreams: The Utopia of the Socialist 	88
VI. 	How Mr. Bellamy Looked Backward 	103
VII. 	What Is Possible and What Is Not 	124



BEHIND THE BEYOND
By Stephen Leacock
CONTENTS
BEHIND THE BEYOND 	11
FAMILIAR INCIDENTS
  	I. With the Photographer 	53
  	II. The Dentist and the Gas 	61
  	III. My Lost Opportunities 	69
  	IV. My Unknown Friend 	74
  	V. Under the Barber's Knife 	84
PARISIAN PASTIMES
  	I. The Advantages of a Polite Education      	93
  	II. The Joys of Philanthropy 	104
  	III. The Simple Life in Paris 	117
  	IV. A Visit to Versailles 	129
  	V. Paris at Night 	143
THE RETROACTIVE EXISTENCE OF MR. JUGGINS 	159
MAKING A MAGAZINE 	169
HOMER AND HUMBUG 	185
ILLUSTRATIONS
The Prologue 	Frontispiece
	to face page
The curtain rises 	12
Their expression is stamped with deep thought 	28
He kisses her on the bare shoulder 	30
He takes her in his arms 	50
"Is it me?" 	58
I did go—I kept the appointment 	66
He showed me a church that I could have bought for a hundred thousand 	72
I shall not try to be quite so extraordinarily clever 	84
When he reached my face he looked searchingly at it 	88
The tailor shrugged his shoulders 	98
Something in the quiet dignity of the young man held me 	114
The Parisian dog 	120
Personally I plead guilty to something of the same spirit 	142
The lady's face is aglow with moral enthusiasm 	146
Meanwhile he had become a quaint-looking elderly man 	166
With all the low cunning of an author stamped on his features 	174



ADVENTURERS OF THE FAR NORTH
A Chronicle of the Frozen Seas
By Stephen Leacock



CONTENTS
  	  	Page
I.   	THE GREAT ELIZABETHAN NAVIGATORS 	1
II.   	HEARNE'S OVERLAND JOURNEY TO THE NORTHERN OCEAN 	34
III.   	MACKENZIE DESCENDS THE GREAT RIVER OF THE NORTH 	70
IV.   	THE MEMORABLE EXPLOITS OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN 	89
V.   	THE TRAGEDY OF FRANKLIN'S FATE 	112
VI.   	EPILOGUE. THE CONQUEST OF THE POLE 	136
  	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE 	147
  	INDEX 	149





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