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The Adventures of Gerard

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930)

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1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear, Part 1
3. 02 - How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear, Part 2
4. 03 - How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear, Part 3
5. 04 - How the Brigadier Captured Saragossa, Part 1
6. 05 - How the Brigadier Captured Saragossa, Part 2
7. 06 - How the Brigadier Captured Saragossa, Part 3
8. 07 - How the Brigadier Slew the Fox, Part 1
9. 08 - How the Brigadier Slew the Fox, Part 2
10. 09 - How the Brigadier Saved the Army, Part 1
11. 10 - How the Brigadier Saved the Army, Part 2
12. 11 - How the Brigadier Saved the Army, Part 3
13. 12 - How the Brigadier Triumphed in England, Part 1
14. 13 - How the Brigadier Triumphed in England, Part 2
15. 14 - How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk, Part 1
16. 15 - How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk, Part 2
17. 16 - How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk, Part 3
18. 17 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 1
19. 18 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 2
20. 19 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 3
21. 20 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 4
22. 21 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 5
23. 22 - How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo, Part 6
24. 23 - The Last Adventure of the Brigadier, Part 1
25. 24 - The Last Adventure of the Brigadier, Part 2

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Summary

These lesser known stories were penned by Conan Doyle during the period between killing off Sherlock Holmes in 1893 and reluctantly resurrecting him some ten years later. The swashbuckling, eponymous hero, Etienne Gerard, is one of Napoleon's gallant French Hussars, who considers himself the finest of them all. Through these "Boys Own Adventures", Conan Doyle pokes gentle fun at both the French and the English. This is the second volume containing eight adventures.