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The Works of Victor Hugo

Translated by Isabel F. Hapgood

CONTENTS

VOLUME I

BOOK FIRST.--A JUST MAN

CHAPTER I. M. Myriel II. M. Myriel becomes M. Welcome III. A Hard Bishopric for a Good Bishop IV. Works corresponding to Words V. Monseigneur Bienvenu made his Cassocks last too long VI. Who guarded his House for him VII. Cravatte VIII. Philosophy after Drinking IX. The Brother as depicted by the Sister X. The Bishop in the Presence of an Unknown Light XI. A Restriction XII. The Solitude of Monseigneur Welcome XIII. What he believed XIV. What he thought

BOOK SECOND.--THE FALL

I. The Evening of a Day of Walking II. Prudence counselled to Wisdom III. The Heroism of Passive Obedience IV. Details concerning the Cheese-Dairies of Pontarlier V. Tranquillity VI. Jean Valjean VII. The Interior of Despair VIII. Billows and Shadows IX. New Troubles X. The Man aroused XI. What he does XII. The Bishop works XIII. Little Gervais

BOOK THIRD.--IN THE YEAR 1817

I. The Year 1817 II. A Double Quartette III. Four and Four IV. Tholomyes is so Merry that he sings a Spanish Ditty V. At Bombardas VI. A Chapter in which they adore Each Other VII. The Wisdom of Tholomyes VIII. The Death of a Horse IX. A Merry End to Mirth

BOOK FOURTH.--TO CONFIDE IS SOMETIMES TO DELIVER INTO A PERSON'S POWER

I. One Mother meets Another Mother II. First Sketch of Two Unprepossessing Figures III. The Lark

BOOK FIFTH.-- THE DESCENT

I. The History of a Progress in Black Glass Trinkets II. Madeleine III. Sums deposited with Laffitte IV. M. Madeleine in Mourning V. Vague Flashes on the Horizon VI. Father Fauchelevent VII. Fauchelevent becomes a Gardener in Paris VIII. Madame Victurnien expends Thirty Francs on Morality IX. Madame Victurnien's Success X. Result of the Success XI. Christus nos Liberavit XII. M. Bamatabois's Inactivity XIII. The Solution of Some Questions connected with the Municipal Police

BOOK SIXTH.--JAVERT

I. The Beginning of Repose II. How Jean may become Champ

BOOK SEVENTH.--THE CHAMPMATHIEU AFFAIR

I. Sister Simplice II. The Perspicacity of Master Scaufflaire III. A Tempest in a Skull IV. Forms assumed by Suffering during Sleep V. Hindrances VI. Sister Simplice put to the Proof VII. The Traveller on his Arrival takes Precautions for Departure VIII. An Entrance by Favor IX. A Place where Convictions are in Process of Formation X. The System of Denials XI. Champmathieu more and more Astonished

BOOK EIGHTH.--A COUNTER-BLOW

I. In what Mirror M. Madeleine contemplates his Hair II. Fantine Happy III. Javert Satisfied IV. Authority reasserts its Rights V. A Suitable Tomb

VOLUME II

BOOK FIRST.--WATERLOO

CHAPTER I. What is met with on the Way from Nivelles II. Hougomont III. The Eighteenth of June, 1815 IV. A V. The Quid Obscurum of Battles VI. Four o'clock in the Afternoon VII. Napoleon in a Good Humor VIII. The Emperor puts a Question to the Guide Lacoste IX. The Unexpected X. The Plateau of Mont-Saint-Jean XI. A Bad Guide to Napoleon; a Good Guide to Bulow XII. The Guard XIII. The Catastrophe XIV. The Last Square XV. Cambronne XVI. Quot Libras in Duce? XVII. Is Waterloo to be considered Good? XVIII. A Recrudescence of Divine Right XIX. The Battle-Field at Night

BOOK SECOND.--THE SHIP ORION

I. Number 24,601 becomes Number 9,430 II. In which the reader will peruse Two Verses which are of the Devil's Composition possibly III. The Ankle-Chain must have undergone a Certain Preparatory Manipulation to be thus broken with a Blow from a Hammer

BOOK THIRD.--ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE PROMISE MADE TO THE DEAD WOMAN

I. The Water Question at Montfermeil II. Two Complete Portraits III. Men must have Wine, and Horses must have Water IV. Entrance on the Scene of a Doll V. The Little One All Alone VI. Which possibly proves Boulatruelle's Intelligence VII. Cosette Side by Side with the Stranger in the Dark VIII. The Unpleasantness of receiving into One's House a Poor Man who may be a Rich Man IX. Thenardier at his Manoeuvres X. He who seeks to better himself may render his Situation Worse XI. Number 9,430 reappears, and Cosette wins it in the Lottery

BOOK FOURTH.--THE GORBEAU HOVEL

I. Master Gorbeau II. A Nest for Owl and a Warbler III. Two Misfortunes make One Piece of Good Fortune IV. The Remarks of the Principal Tenant V. A Five-Franc Piece falls on the Ground and produces a Tumult

BOOK FIFTH.--FOR A BLACK HUNT, A MUTE PACK

I. The Zigzags of Strategy II. It is Lucky that the Pont d'Austerlitz bears Carriages III. To Wit, the Plan of Paris in 1727 IV. The Gropings of Flight V. Which would be Impossible with Gas Lanterns VI. The Beginning of an Enigma VII. Continuation of the Enigma VIII. The Enigma becomes Doubly Mysterious IX. The Man with the Bell X. Which explains how Javert got on the Scent

BOOK SIXTH.--LE PETIT-PICPUS

I. Number 62 Rue Petit-Picpus II. The Obedience of Martin Verga III. Austerities IV. Gayeties V. Distractions VI. The Little Convent VII. Some Silhouettes of this Darkness VIII. Post Corda Lapides IX. A Century under a Guimpe X. Origin of the Perpetual Adoration XI. End of the Petit-Picpus

BOOK SEVENTH.--PARENTHESIS

I. The Convent as an Abstract Idea II. The Convent as an Historical Fact


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