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◄--Prev THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON (1894)
by Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 April 21, 1910)
a.k.a. Samuel Clemens

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THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON

Table of Contents:

A WHISPER TO THE READER

CHAPTER 1 — Pudd'nhead Wins His Name

CHAPTER 2 — Driscoll Spares His Slaves

CHAPTER 3 — Roxy Plays a Shrewd Trick

CHAPTER 4 — The Ways of the Changelings

CHAPTER 5 — The Twins Thrill Dawson's Landing

CHAPTER 6 — Swimming in Glory

CHAPTER 7 — The Unknown Nymph

CHAPTER 8 — Marse Tom Tramples His Chance

CHAPTER 9 — Tom Practices Sycophancy

CHAPTER 10 — The Nymph Revealed

CHAPTER 11 — Pudd'nhead's Thrilling Discovery

CHAPTER 12 — The Shame of Judge Driscoll

CHAPTER 13 — Tom Stares at Ruin

CHAPTER 14 — Roxana Insists Upon Reform

CHAPTER 15 — The Robber Robbed

CHAPTER 16 — Sold Down the River

CHAPTER 17 — The Judge Utters Dire Prophesy

CHAPTER 18 — Roxana Commands

CHAPTER 19 — The Prophesy Realized

CHAPTER 20 — The Murderer Chuckles

CHAPTER 21 — Doom

CONCLUSION

AUTHOR'S NOTE TO "THOSE EXTRAORDINARY TWINS"



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