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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of James Matthew Barrie
Author: Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew)
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WORKS OF

James Matthew Barrie



CONTENTS


##  PETER AND WENDY, Illustrated

##  PETER PAN

##  THE STORY OF PETER PAN, Illustrated

##  PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS, Illustrted

##  PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS, Illustrated

##  THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD IN KENSINGTON GARDENS

MARGARET OGILVY

##  THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON

##  DEAR BRUTUS

##  WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS

ALICE SIT-BY-THE-FIRE

##  AULD LICHT IDYLLS

##  ECHOES OF THE WAR

##  TOMMY AND GRIZEL

##  MY LADY NICOTINE

##  BETTER DEAD

##  A WINDOW IN THRUMS

##  QUALITY STREET

##  THE LITTLE MINISTER

DER TAG

##  AN EDINBURGH ELEVEN

##  HOLIDAY IN BED, & OTHER SKETCHES

NEITHER DORKING NOR THE ABBEY

##  WHEN A MAN'S SINGLE

COURAGE

##  SENTIMENTAL TOMMY



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



PETER AND WENDY
By J. M. Barrie
Illustrated By F. D. Bedford



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	PETER BREAKS THROUGH
CHAPTER II 	THE SHADOW
CHAPTER III 	COME AWAY, COME AWAY!
CHAPTER IV 	THE FLIGHT
CHAPTER V 	THE ISLAND COME TRUE
CHAPTER VI 	THE LITTLE HOUSE
CHAPTER VII 	THE HOME UNDER THE GROUND
CHAPTER VIII 	THE MERMAIDS' LAGOON
CHAPTER IX 	THE NEVER BIRD
CHAPTER X 	THE HAPPY HOME
CHAPTER XI 	WENDY'S STORY
CHAPTER XII 	THE CHILDREN ARE CARRIED OFF
CHAPTER XIII 	DO YOU BELIEVE IN FAIRIES?
CHAPTER XIV 	THE PIRATE SHIP
CHAPTER XV 	'HOOK OR ME THIS TIME'
CHAPTER XVI 	THE RETURN HOME
CHAPTER XVII 	WHEN WENDY GREW UP
ILLUSTRATIONS
THE NEVER NEVER LAND
TITLE PAGE
PETER FLEW IN
THE BIRDS WERE FLOWN
LET HIM KEEP WHO CAN
PETER ON GUARD
SUMMER DAYS ON THE LAGOON
"TO DIE WILL BE AN AWFULLY BIG ADVENTURE"
WENDY'S STORY
FLUNG LIKE BALES
HOOK OR ME THIS TIME
"THIS MAN IS MINE!"
PETER AND JANE



PETER PAN
[PETER AND WENDY]
By J. M. Barrie [James Matthew Barrie]
A Millennium Fulcrum Edition
(c)1991 by Duncan Research



CONTENTS
Chapter 1 PETER BREAKS THROUGH
Chapter 2 THE SHADOW
Chapter 3 COME AWAY, COME AWAY!
Chapter 4 THE FLIGHT
Chapter 5 THE ISLAND COME TRUE
Chapter 6 THE LITTLE HOUSE
Chapter 7 THE HOME UNDER THE GROUND
Chapter 8 THE MERMAIDS' LAGOON
Chapter 9 THE NEVER BIRD
Chapter 10 THE HAPPY HOME
Chapter 11 WENDY'S STORY
Chapter 12 THE CHILDREN ARE CARRIED OFF
Chapter 13 DO YOU BELIEVE IN FAIRIES?
Chapter 14 THE PIRATE SHIP
Chapter 15 “HOOK OR ME THIS TIME”
Chapter 16 THE RETURN HOME
Chapter 17 WHEN WENDY GREW UP



THE STORY OF PETER PAN
The Story Of Peter Pan Retold From The Fairy Play By Sir J.M. Barrie By Daniel O'connor
Illustrated By Alice B. Woodward



CONTENTS
  	  	Page
PART I 	Early Days 	3
PART II 	The Never-Never-Never Land 	27
PART III 	The Mermaids' Lagoon 	43
PART IV 	The Underground Home 	51
PART V 	The Pirate Ship 	65
PART VI 	Home, Sweet Home 	79
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  	TO FACE PAGE
With the Spring comes Wendy 	colour-plate   frontispiece
With Michael sitting on her Back 	colour-plate   6
The Shadow held on beautifully 	14
Wendy gently kissed his Cheek 	colour-plate   16
Away they floated 	22
Slightly was dancing merrily with an Ostrich 	colour-plate   28
"The Crocodile! the Crocodile!" 	32
The Indians crept silently up 	34
The Lost Boys knelt before her 	colour-plate   38
She was combing her Long Tresses 	43
She slipped out of his Grasp 	44
A Fierce Fight ensued 	46
Spreading his Coat to the Wind, he sailed merrily 	colour-plate   48
Seized by One of the Swarthy Ruffians 	59
He perceived Tinker Bell in his Glass 	colour-plate   62
The Pirate Ship 	66
"That Man is mine!" 	colour-plate   72
Right into the Jaws of the Crocodile! 	74
Nurse to the Papooses! 	76
He would live in the Kennel till his Children's Return 	80



PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS
By J. M. Barrie
(From 'The Little White Bird')
With Drawings By Arthur Rackham
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
1910



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	THE GRAND TOUR OF THE GARDENS
CHAPTER II 	PETER PAN
CHAPTER III 	THE THRUSH'S NEST
CHAPTER IV 	LOCK-OUT TIME
CHAPTER V 	THE LITTLE HOUSE
CHAPTER VI 	PETER'S GOAT
ILLUSTRATIONS
1. 'The Kensington Gardens are in London, where the King lives' . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
2. 'The lady with the balloons, who sits just outside'
3. 'Old Mr. Salford was a crab-apple of an old gentleman who wandered all day in the Gardens'
4. 'When he heard Peter's voice he popped in alarm behind a tulip'
5. 'Put his strange case before old Solomon Caw'
6. 'After this the birds said that they would help him no more in his mad enterprise'
7. 'For years he had been quietly filling his stocking'
8. 'Fairies are all more or less in hiding until dusk'
9. 'These tricky fairies sometimes slyly change the board on a ball night'
10. 'When her Majesty wants to know the time'
11. 'Peter Pan is the fairies' orchestra'
12. 'A chrysanthemum heard her, and said pointedly, "Hoity-toity, what is this?"'
13. 'Shook his bald head and murmured, "Cold, quite cold."'
14. 'Fairies never say, "We feel happy"; what they say is, "We feel dancey."'
15. 'Looking very undancey indeed'
16. 'Building the house for Maimie'



PETER PANIN KENSINGTON GARDENS
FROM THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD
By J. M. Barrie
Illustrated By Arthur Rackham
London: Hodder & Stoughton
1906



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	THE GRAND TOUR OF THE GARDENS
CHAPTER II 	PETER PAN
CHAPTER III 	THE THRUSH'S NEST
CHAPTER IV 	LOCK-OUT TIME
CHAPTER V 	THE LITTLE HOUSE
CHAPTER VI 	PETER'S GOAT
COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS
1. He was quite angry when these two ran away the moment they saw him ... Frontispiece
2. The Kensington Gardens are in London, where the King lives (missing from book)
3. The lady with the balloons, who sits just outside
4. In the Broad Walk you meet all the people who are worth knowing
5. The Hump, which is the part of the Broad Walk where all the big races are run
6. There is almost nothing that has such a keen sense of fun as a fallen leaf (missing from book)
7. The Serpentine is a lovely lake, and there is a drowned forest at the bottom of it. If you peer over the edge you can see the trees all growing upside down, and they say that at night there are also drowned stars in it
8. The island on which all the birds are born that become baby boys and girls (missing from book)
9. Old Mr. Salford was a crab-apple of an old gentleman who wandered all day in the Gardens
10. Away he flew, right over the houses to the Gardens
11. The fairies have their tiffs with the birds
12. When he heard Peter's voice he popped in alarm behind a tulip
13. A band of workmen, who were sawing down a toadstool, rushed away, leaving their tools behind them
14. Put his strange case before old Solomon Caw (missing from book)
15. Peter screamed out, 'Do it again!' and with great good-nature they did it several times
16. A hundred flew off with the string, and Peter clung to the tail
17. After this the birds said that they would help him no more in his mad enterprise
18. 'Preposterous!' cried Solomon in a rage
19. For years he had been quietly filling his stocking
20. When you meet grown-up people in the Gardens who puff and blow as if they thought themselves bigger than they are
21. He passed under the bridge and came within full sight of the delectable Gardens
22. There now arose a mighty storm, and he was tossed this way and that (missing from book)
23. Fairies are all more or less in hiding until dusk
24. When they think you are not looking they skip along pretty lively (missing from book)
25. But if you look, and they fear there is no time to hide, they stand quite still pretending to be flowers (missing from book)
26. The fairies are exquisite dancers
27. These tricky fairies sometimes slyly change the board on a ball night
28. Linkmen running in front carrying winter cherries
29. When her Majesty wants to know the time
30. The fairies sit round on mushrooms, and at first they are well behaved
31. Butter is got from the roots of old trees (missing from book)
32. Wallflower juice is good for reviving dancers who fall to the ground in a fit
33. Peter Pan is the fairies' orchestra
34. They all tickled him on the shoulder (missing from book)
35. One day they were overheard by a fairy
36. The little people weave their summer curtains from skeleton leaves
37. An afternoon when the Gardens were white with snow
38. She ran to St. Govor's Well and hid
39. An elderberry hobbled across the walk, and stood chatting with some young quinces
40. A chrysanthemum heard her, and said pointedly, 'Hoity-toity, what is this?'
41. They warned her
42. Queen Mab, who rules in the Gardens
43. Shook his bald head and murmured, 'Cold, quite cold'
44. Fairies never say, 'We feel happy': what they say is, 'We feel dancey'
45. Looking very undancey indeed
46. 'My Lord Duke,' said the physician elatedly, 'I have the honour to inform your excellency that your grace is in love'
47. Building the house for Maimie
48. If the bad ones among the fairies happen to be out (missing from book)
49. They will certainly mischief you (missing from book)
50. I think that quite the most touching sight in the Gardens is the two tombstones of Walter Stephen Matthews and Phoebe Phelps
ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT
David
Kensington Gardens
Headpiece to 'The Grand Tour of the Gardens'
Porthos
One of the Paths that have Made Themselves
Tailpiece to 'The Grand Tour of the Gardens'
Headpiece to 'Peter Pan'
The birds on the island never got used to him. His oddities tickled them every day
Tailpiece to 'Peter Pan'
Headpiece to 'The Thrush's Nest'
Tailpiece to 'The Thrush's Nest'
Headpiece to 'Lock-out Time'
They are so cunning
A fairy ring
Tailpiece to 'Lock-out Time'
Headpiece to 'The Little House'
There was a good deal going on in the Baby Walk
She escorted them up the Baby Walk and back again
Tailpiece to 'The Little House'
Headpiece to 'Peter's Goat'
Tailpiece to 'Peter's Goat'



THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD
OR ADVENTURES IN KENSINGTON GARDENS
By J.M. Barrie



CONTENTS
	THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD
I 	David and I Set Forth Upon a Journey
II 	The Little Nursery Governess
III 	Her Marriage, Her Clothes, Her Appetite,
          and an Inventory of Her Furniture
IV 	A Night-Piece
V 	The Fight For Timothy
VI 	A Shock
VII 	The Last of Timothy
VIII 	The Inconsiderate Waiter
IX 	A Confirmed Spinster
X 	Sporting Reflections
XI 	The Runaway Perambulator
XII 	The Pleasantest Club in London
XIII 	The Grand Tour of the Gardens
XIV 	Peter Pan
XV 	The Thrush's Nest
XVI 	Lock-Out Time
XVII 	The Little House
XVIII 	Peter's Goat
XIX 	An Interloper
XX 	David and Porthos Compared
XXI 	William Paterson
XXII 	Joey
XXIII 	Pilkington's
XXIV 	Barbara
XXV 	The Cricket Match
XXVI 	The Dedication



THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON
From The Plays Of J. M. Barrie
A COMEDY
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
ACT I. 	AT LOAM HOUSE, MAYFAIR
ACT II. 	THE ISLAND
ACT III.    	THE HAPPY HOME
ACT IV. 	THE OTHER ISLAND



DEAR BRUTUS
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III



WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
By James M. Barrie



CONTENTS
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV



AULD LICHT IDYLLS
CONTENTS
I.   	THE SCHOOLHOUSE
II.   	THRUMS
III.   	THE AULD LICHT KIRK
IV.   	LADS AND LASSES
V.   	THE AULD LICHTS IN ARMS
VI.   	THE OLD DOMINIE
VII.   	CREE QUEERY AND MYSY DROLLY
VIII.   	THE COURTING OF T'NOWHEAD'S BELL
IX.   	DAVIT LUNAN'S POLITICAL REMINISCENCES
X.   	A VERY OLD FAMILY
XI.   	LITTLE RATHIE'S "BURAL"
XII.   	A LITERARY CLUB
ILLUSTRATIONS
J. M. BARRIE . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
Sabbath at T'nowhead



ECHOES OF THE WAR
By J. M. Barrie
CONTENTS
THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS
THE NEW WORD
BARBARA'S WEDDING
A WELL-REMEMBERED VOICE



TOMMY AND GRIZEL
By J. M. Barrie
Illustrated By Bernard Partridge
CONTENTS
PART I
I. HOW TOMMY FOUND A WAY
II. THE SEARCH FOR THE TREASURE
III. SANDYS ON WOMAN
IV. GRIZEL OF THE CROOKED SMILE
V. THE TOMMY MYTH
VI. GHOSTS THAT HAUNT THE DEN
VII. THE BEGINNING OF THE DUEL
VIII. WHAT GRIZEL'S EYES SAID
IX. GALLANT BEHAVIOUR OF T. SANDYS
X. GAVINIA ON THE TRACK
XI. THE TEA-PARTY
XII. IN WHICH A COMEDIAN CHALLENGES TRAGEDY TO BOWLS
XIII. LITTLE WELLS OF GLADNESS
XIV. ELSPETH
XV. BY PROSEN WATER
XVI. "HOW COULD YOU HURT YOUR GRIZEL SO!"
XVII. HOW TOMMY SAVED THE FLAG
PART II
XVIII. THE GIRL SHE HAD BEEN
XIX. OF THE CHANGE IN THOMAS
XX. A LOVE-LETTER
XXI. THE ATTEMPT TO CARRY ELSPETH BY NUMBERS
XXII. GRIZEL'S GLORIOUS HOUR
XXIII. TOMMY LOSES GRIZEL
XXIV. THE MONSTER
XXV. MR. T. SANDYS HAS RETURNED TO TOWN
XXVI. GRIZEL ALL ALONE
XXVII. GRIZEL'S JOURNEY
XXVIII. TWO OF THEM
XXIX. THE RED LIGHT
XXX. THE LITTLE GODS DESERT HIM
XXXI. "THE MAN WITH THE GREETIN' EYES"
XXXII. TOMMY'S BEST WORK
XXXIII. THE LITTLE GODS RETURN WITH A LADY
XXXIV. A WAY IS FOUND FOR TOMMY
XXXV. THE PERFECT LOVER
ILLUSTRATIONS
PART I
And clung to it, his teeth set.
"She is standing behind that tree looking at us."
She did not look up, she waited.
PART II
"I sit still by his arm-chair and tell him what is happening to his Grizel."
They told Aaron something.
"But my friends still call me Mrs. Jerry," she said softly.
"I woke up," she said.
He heard their seductive voices, they danced around him in numbers.



MY LADY NICOTINE
A STUDY IN SMOKE
By J. M. Barrie
Illustrated By M. B. Prendergast



CONTENTS
chap. 		page
I. 	Matrimony and Smoking compared 	1
II. 	My First Cigar 	11
III. 	The Arcadia Mixture 	18
IV. 	My Pipes 	27
V. 	My Tobacco-Pouch 	38
VI. 	My Smoking-Table 	45
VII. 	Gilray 	52
VIII. 	Marriot 	60
IX. 	Jimmy 	70
[pg viii] X. 	Scrymgeour 	78
XI. 	His Wife's Cigars 	87
XII. 	Gilray's Flower-Pot 	94
XIII. 	The Grandest Scene in History 	103
XIV. 	My Brother Henry 	116
XV. 	House-Boat "Arcadia" 	124
XVI. 	The Arcadia Mixture Again 	133
XVII. 	The Romance of a Pipe-Cleaner 	143
XXVIII. 	What could he do? 	151
XIX. 	Primus 	159
XX. 	Primus to his Uncle 	168
XXI. 	English-grown Tobacco 	177
XXII. 	How Heroes smoke 	186
XXIII. 	The Ghost of Christmas Eve 	194
XXIV. 	Not the Arcadia 	202
XXV. 	A Face that haunted Marriot 	209
XXVI. 	Arcadians at Bay 	216
XXVII. 	Jimmy's Dream 	223
XXVIII. 	Gilray's Dream 	231
XXIX. 	Pettigrew's Dream 	239
XXX. 	The Murder in the Inn 	247
XXXI. 	The Perils of not Smoking 	252
XXXII. 	My Last Pipe 	260
XXXIII. 	When my Wife is Asleep and all the House is Still 	269
ILLUSTRATIONS
Half-Title 	i
Frontispiece 	iv
Title-Page 	v
Headpiece to Table of Contents 	vii
Tailpiece to Table of Contents 	viii
Headpiece to List of Illustrations 	ix
Tailpiece to List of Illustrations 	xiii
Headpiece to Chap. I. 	1
"As well as a spring bonnet and a nice dress" 	6
"There are the Japanese fans on the wall" 	7
Tailpiece Chap. I. "My wife puts her hand on my shoulder" 	10
Headpiece Chap. II. 	11
"At last he jumped up" 	14
Box of cigars 	15
Tailpiece Chap. II. "I firmly lighted my first cigar" 	17
Headpiece Chap. III. "Jimmy pins a notice on his door" 	18
"We are only to be distinguished by our pipes" 	20
The Arcadia Mixture 	21
Tailpiece Chap. III. 	26
Headpiece Chap. IV. "Oh, see what I have done" 	27
"I fell in love with two little meerschaums" 	33
Pipes and pouch 	36
Tailpiece Chap. IV. 	37
Headpiece Chap. V. "They ... made tongs of their knitting-needles to lift it" 	38
"I ... cast my old pouch out at the window" 	40, 41
"It never quite recovered from its night in the rain" 	43
Tailpiece Chap. V. 	44
Headpiece Chap VI. "My Smoking-Table" 	45
"Sometimes I had knocked it over accidentally" 	48
Tailpiece Chap. VI. 	51
Headpiece Chap. VII. "We met first in the Merediths' house-boat" 	52
"He 'strode away blowing great clouds into the air,'" 	57
Tailpiece Chap. VII. "The Arcadia had him for its own" 	59
Headpiece Chap. VIII. "I let him talk on" 	60
Pipes and jar of spills 	62, 63
Tray of pipes and cigars 	64
"I would ... light him to his sleeping-chamber with a spill" 	68
Tailpiece Chap. VIII. 	69
Headpiece Chap. IX. "The stem was a long cherry-wood" 	70
"In time ... the Arcadia Mixture made him more and more like the rest of us" 	71
"A score of smaller letters were tumbling about my feet" 	74
Tailpiece Chap. IX. "Mothers' pets" 	77
Headpiece Chap. X. "Scrymgeour was an artist" 	78
"With shadowy reptiles crawling across the panels" 	81
"Scrymgeour sprang like an acrobat into a Japanese dressing-gown" 	84
Tailpiece Chap. X. 	86
Headpiece Chap. XI. "His wife's cigars" 	87
"A packet of Celebros alighted on my head" 	88
"I told her the cigars were excellent" 	90
Tailpiece Chap. XI. 	93
Headpiece Chap. XII. "Gilray's flower-pot" 	94
"Then Arcadians would drop in" 	97
"I wrote to him" 	99
Tailpiece Chap. XII. "The can nearly fell from my hand" 	102
Headpiece Chap. XIII. 	103
"Raleigh ... introduced tobacco into this country" 	105
The Arcadia Mixture 	111
"Ned Alleyn goes from tavern to tavern picking out his men" 	113
Tailpiece Chap. XIII. 	115
Headpiece Chap. XIV. "I was testing some new Cabanas" 	116
"A few weeks later some one tapped me on the shoulder" 	118
"Naturally in the circumstances you did not want to talk about Henry" 	120
Tailpiece Chap. XIV. 	123
Headpiece Chap. XV. "House-boat Arcadia" 	124
"I caught my straw hat disappearing on the wings of the wind" 	126
"It was the boy come back with the vegetables" 	129
Tailpiece Chap. XV. "There was a row all round, which resulted in our division into five parties" 	132
Headpiece Chap. XVI. "The Arcadia Mixture again" 	133
"On the open window ... stood a round tin of tobacco" 	135
"A pipe of the Mixture" 	138
"The lady was making pretty faces with a cigarette in her mouth" 	139
Tailpiece Chap. XVI. 	142
Headpiece Chap. XVII. "He was in love again" 	143
"I heard him walking up and down the deck" 	145
Tailpiece Chap. XVII. "He took the wire off me and used it to clean his pipe" 	150
Headpiece Chap. XVIII. "I had walked from Spondinig to Franzenshohe" 	151
"On the middle of the plank she had turned to kiss her hand" 	152
"Then she burst into tears" 	157
Tailpiece Chap. XVIII. "A wall has risen up between us" 	158
Headpiece Chap. XIX. "Primus" 	159
"Many tall hats struck, to topple in the dust" 	161
"Running after sheep, from which ladies were flying" 	163
"I should like to write you a line" 	165
Tailpiece Chap. XIX. "I am, respected sir, your diligent pupil" 	167
Headpiece Chap. XX. 	168
"Reading Primus's letters" 	171
Tailpiece Chap. XX. 	176
Headpiece Chap. XXI. "English-grown tobacco" 	177
"I smoked my third cigar very slowly" 	182
Tailpiece Chap. XXI. 	185
Headpiece Chap. XXII. "How heroes smoke" 	186
"Once, indeed, we do see Strathmore smoking a good cigar" 	189
"A half-smoked cigar" 	190
"The tall, scornful gentleman who leans lazily against the door" 	192
Tailpiece Chap. XXII. 	193
Headpiece Chap. XXIII. 	194
"The ghost of Christmas eve" 	195
"My pipe" 	199
"My brier, which I found beneath my pillow" 	200
Tailpiece Chap. XXIII. 	201
Headpiece Chap. XXIV. "But the pipes were old friends" 	202
"It had the paper in its mouth" 	205
Tailpiece Chap. XXIV. "I was pleased that I had lost" 	208
Headpiece Chap. XXV. "A face that haunted Marriot" 	209
"There was the French girl at Algiers" 	212
Tailpiece Chap. XXV. 	215
Headpiece Chap. XXVI. "Arcadians at bay" 	216
Pipes and tobacco-jar 	220
Tailpiece Chap. XXVI. "Jimmy began as follows" 	222
Headpiece Chap. XXVII. "Jimmy's dream" 	223
Pipes 	226
"Council for defence calls attention to the prisoner's high and unblemished character" 	229
Tailpiece Chap. XXVII. 	230
Headpiece Chap. XXVIII. 	231
"These indefatigable amateurs began to dance a minuet" 	235
A friendly favor 	237
Tailpiece Chap. XXVIII. 	238
Headpiece Chap. XXIX. "Pettigrew's dream" 	239
"He went round the morning-room" 	241
"His wife ... filled his pipe for him" 	243
"Mrs. Pettigrew sent one of the children to the study" 	244
Tailpiece Chap. XXIX. "I awarded the tin of Arcadia to Pettigrew" 	246
Headpiece Chap. XXX. "Sometimes I think it is all a dream" 	247
Tailpiece Chap. XXX. 	251
Headpiece Chap. XXXI. "They thought I had weakly yielded" 	252
"They went one night in a body to Pettigrew's" 	254
Tailpiece Chap. XXXI. 	259
Headpiece Chap. XXXII. 	260
"Then we began to smoke" 	262
"I conjured up the face of a lady" 	265
"Not even Scrymgeour knew what my pouch had been to me" 	267
Tailpiece Chap. XXXII. 	268
Headpiece Chap. XXXIII. "When my wife is asleep and all the house is still" 	269
"The man through the wall" 	272
Pipes 	275
Tailpiece Chap. XXXIII. 	276



THE NOVELS, TALES AND SKETCHES OF J. M. BARRIE
BETTER DEAD



CONTENTS


I.   	ENGAGED?
II.   	THE S. D. W. S. P.?
III.   	THE GREAT SOCIAL QUESTION?
IV.   	WOMAN'S RIGHTS?
V.   	DYNAMITERS?
VI.   	A CELEBRITY AT HOME?
VII.   	EXPERIMENTING?
VIII.   	A LOST OPPORTUNITY?
IX.   	THE ROOT OF THE MATTER?
X.   	THE OLD OLD STORY?



A WINDOW IN THRUMS
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
I   	THE HOUSE ON THE BRAE
II   	ON THE TRACK OF THE MINISTER
III   	PREPARING TO RECEIVE COMPANY
IV   	WAITING FOR THE DOCTOR
V   	A HUMORIST ON HIS CALLING
VI   	DEAD THIS TWENTY YEARS
VII   	THE STATEMENT OF TIBBIE BIRSE
VIII   	A CLOAK WITH BEADS
IX   	THE POWER OF BEAUTY
X   	A MAGNUM OPUS
XI   	THE GHOST CRADLE
XII   	THE TRAGEDY OF A WIFE
XIII   	MAKING THE BEST OF IT
XIV   	VISITORS AT THE MANSE
XV   	HOW GAVIN BIRSE PUT IT TO MAG LOWNIE
XVI   	THE SON FROM LONDON
XVII   	A HOME FOR GENIUSES
XVIII   	LEEBY AND JAMIE
XIX   	A TALE OF A GLOVE
XX   	THE LAST NIGHT
XXI   	JESS LEFT ALONE
XXII   	JAMIE'S HOME-COMING
ILLUSTRATIONS
J. M. BARRIE . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
The square foot of glass where Jess sat in her chair and looked down the brae



THE PLAYS OF J. M. BARRIE
QUALITY STREET
A COMEDY
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV



THE LITTLE MINISTER
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
	  	PAGE
I. 	The Love-Light. 	1
II. 	Runs Alongside the Making of a Minister. 	7
III. 	The Night-Watchers. 	17
IV. 	First Coming of the Egyptian Woman. 	30
V. 	A Warlike Chapter, Culminating in the Flouting of the Minister by the Woman. 	42
VI. 	In Which the Soldiers Meet the Amazons of Thrums. 	50
VII. 	Has the Folly of Looking into a Woman’s Eyes by way of Text. 	62
VIII. 	3 A.M.—Monstrous Audacity of the Woman. 	69
IX. 	The Woman Considered in Absence—Adventures of a Military Cloak. 	79
X. 	First Sermon Against Women. 	89
XI. 	Tells in a Whisper of Man’s Fall During the Curling Season. 	100
XII. 	Tragedy of a Mud House. 	110
XIII. 	Second Coming of the Egyptian Woman. 	117
XIV. 	The Minister Dances to the Woman’s Piping. 	125
XV. 	The Minister Bewitched—Second Sermon against Women. 	135
XVI. 	Continued Misbehaviour of the Egyptian Woman. 	143
XVII. 	Intrusion of Haggart into These Pages against the Author’s Wish. 	151
XVIII. 	Caddam—Love Leading to a Rupture. 	161
XIX. 	Circumstances Leading to the First Sermon in Approval of Women. 	169
XX. 	End of the State of Indecision. 	177
XXI. 	Night—Margaret—Flashing of a Lantern. 	186
XXII. 	Lovers. 	196
XXIII. 	Contains a Birth, Which is Sufficient for One Chapter. 	205
XXIV. 	The New World, and the Woman Who May Not Dwell Therein. 	211
XXV. 	Beginning of the Twenty-Four Hours. 	217
XXVI. 	Scene at the Spittal. 	225
XXVII. 	First Journey of the Dominie to Thrums During the Twenty-Four Hours. 	232
XXVIII. 	The Hill before Darkness Fell—Scene of the Impending Catastrophe. 	237
XXIX. 	Story of the Egyptian. 	244
XXX. 	The Meeting for Rain. 	252
XXXI. 	Various Bodies Converging on the Hill. 	259
XXXII. 	Leading Swiftly to the Appalling Marriage. 	268
XXXIII. 	While the Ten O’Clock Bell Was Ringing. 	274
XXXIV. 	The Great Rain. 	281
XXXV. 	The Glen at Break of Day. 	285
XXXVI. 	Story of the Dominie. 	299
XXXVII. 	Second Journey of the Dominie to Thrums During the Twenty-Four Hours. 	308
XXXVIII. 	Thrums during the Twenty-Four Hours—Defence of the Manse. 	315
XXXIX. 	How Babbie Spent the Night of August Fourth. 	324
XL. 	Babbie and Margaret—Defence of the Manse Continued. 	330
XLI. 	Rintoul and Babbie—Breakdown of the Defence of the Manse. 	337
XLII. 	Margaret, the Precentor, and God Between. 	345
XLIII. 	Rain—Mist—The Jaws. 	353
XLIV. 	End of the Twenty-Four Hours. 	363
XLV. 	Talk of a Little Maid Since Grown Tall. 	369



AN EDINBURGH ELEVEN
PENCIL PORTRAITS FROM
COLLEGE LIFE
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
  	PAGE
I. Lord Rosebery, 	7
II. Professor Masson, 	19
III. Professor Blackie, 	31
IV. Professor Calderwood, 	41
V. Professor Tait, 	53
VI. Professor Fraser, 	67
VII. Professor Chrystal, 	77
VIII. Professor Sellar, 	91
IX. Mr. Joseph Thomson, 	105
X. Robert Louis Stevenson, 	115
XI. Rev. Walter C. Smith, D.D., 	129



A Holiday in Bed And other Sketches
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
	PAGE.
James Matthew Barrie, 	15
A Holiday in Bed, 	23
Life in a Country Manse, 	37
Life in a Country Manse—A Wedding in a Smiddy, 	49
A Powerful Drug, 	61
Every Man His own Doctor, 	73
Gretna Green Revisited, 	87
My Favorite Authoress, 	111
The Captain of the School, 	121
Thoughtful Boys Make Thoughtful Men, 	131
It, 	145
To the Influenza, 	153
Four-in-Hand Novelists, 	161
Rules on Carving, 	173
On Running After a Hat, 	179



WHEN A MAN'S SINGLE
A Tale of Literary Life
By J. M. Barrie



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	ROB ANGUS IS NOT A FREE MAN 	1
CHAPTER II 	ROB BECOMES FREE 	17
CHAPTER III 	ROB GOES OUT INTO THE WORLD 	27
CHAPTER IV 	'THE SCORN OF SCORNS' 	43
CHAPTER V 	ROB MARCHES TO HIS FATE 	62
CHAPTER VI 	THE ONE WOMAN 	80
CHAPTER VII 	THE GRAND PASSION? 	99
CHAPTER VIII 	IN FLEET STREET 	113
CHAPTER IX 	MR. NOBLE SIMMS 	129
CHAPTER X 	THE WIGWAM 	139
CHAPTER XI 	ROB IS STRUCK DOWN 	156
CHAPTER XII 	THE STUPID SEX 	169
CHAPTER XIII 	THE HOUSE-BOAT 'TAWNY OWL' 	183
CHAPTER XIV 	MARY OF THE STONY HEART 	195
CHAPTER XV 	COLONEL ABINGER TAKES COMMAND 	210
CHAPTER XVI 	THE BARBER OF ROTTEN ROW 	222
CHAPTER XVII 	ROB PULLS HIMSELF TOGETHER 	234
CHAPTER XVIII 	THE AUDACITY OF ROB ANGUS 	245
CHAPTER XIX 	THE VERDICT OF THRUMS 	254



SENTIMENTAL TOMMY
The Story Of His Boyhood
By J. M. Barrie


CONTENTS
	SENTIMENTAL TOMMY
CHAPTER I 	TOMMY CONTRIVES TO KEEP ONE OUT
CHAPTER II 	BUT THE OTHER GETS IN
CHAPTER III 	SHOWING HOW TOMMY WAS SUDDENLY TRANSFORMED INTO A YOUNG GENTLEMAN
CHAPTER IV 	THE END OF AN IDYLL
CHAPTER V 	THE GIRL WITH TWO MOTHERS
CHAPTER VI 	THE ENCHANTED STREET
CHAPTER VII 	COMIC OVERTURE TO A TRAGEDY
CHAPTER VIII 	THE BOY WITH TWO MOTHERS
CHAPTER IX 	AULD LANG SYNE
CHAPTER X 	THE FAVORITE OF THE LADIES
CHAPTER XI 	AARON LATTA
CHAPTER XII 	A CHILD'S TRAGEDY
CHAPTER XIII 	SHOWS HOW TOMMY TOOK CARE OF ELSPETH
CHAPTER XIV 	THE HANKY SCHOOL
CHAPTER XV 	THE MAN WHO NEVER CAME
CHAPTER XVI 	THE PAINTED LADY
CHAPTER XVII 	IN WHICH TOMMY SOLVES THE WOMAN PROBLEM
CHAPTER XVIII 	THE MUCKLEY
CHAPTER XIX 	CORP IS BROUGHT TO HEEL—GRIZEL DEFIANT
CHAPTER XX 	THE SHADOW OF SIR WALTER
CHAPTER XXI 	THE LAST JACOBITE RISING
CHAPTER XXII 	THE SIEGE OF THRUMS
CHAPTER XXIII 	GRIZEL PAYS THREE VISITS
CHAPTER XXIV 	A ROMANCE OF TWO OLD MAIDS AND A STOUT BACHELOR
CHAPTER XXV 	A PENNY PASS-BOOK
CHAPTER XXVI 	TOMMY REPENTS, AND IS NONE THE WORSE FOR IT
CHAPTER XXVII 	THE LONGER CATECHISM
CHAPTER XXVIII 	BUT IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN MISS KITTY
CHAPTER XXIX 	TOMMY THE SCHOLAR
CHAPTER XXX 	END OF THE JACOBITE RISING
CHAPTER XXXI 	A LETTER TO GOD
CHAPTER XXXII 	AN ELOPEMENT
CHAPTER XXXIII 	THERE IS SOME ONE TO LOVE GRIZEL AT LAST
CHAPTER XXXIV 	WHO TOLD TOMMY TO SPEAK
CHAPTER XXXV 	THE BRANDING OF TOMMY
CHAPTER XXXVI 	OF FOUR MINISTERS WHO AFTERWARDS BOASTED THAT THEY HAD KNOWN TOMMY
CHAPTER XXXVII 	THE END OF A BOYHOOD





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