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East Lynne

Mrs. Henry Wood (1814-1887)

1. 01 - Ch. 01: The Lady Isabel
2. 02 - Ch. 02: The Broken Cross
3. 03 - Ch. 03: Barbara Hare
4. 04 - Ch. 04: The Moonlight Interview
5. 05 - Ch. 05: Mr. Carlyle's Office
6. 06 - Ch. 06: Richard Hare, the Younger
7. 07 - Ch. 07: Miss Carlyle at Home
8. 08 - Ch. 08: Mr. Kane's Concert
9. 09 - Ch. 09: The Song and the Dirge
10. 10 - Ch. 10: The Keepers of the Dead
11. 11 - Ch. 11: The New Peer - The Banknote
12. 12 - Ch. 12: Life at Castle Marling
13. 13 - Ch. 13: A Moonlight Walk
14. 14 - Ch. 14: The Earl's Astonishment
15. 15 - Ch. 15: Coming Home
16. 16 - Ch. 16: Domestic Troubles
17. 17 - Ch. 17: Visit of the Hare Family
18. 18 - Ch. 18: Miss Carlyle - Isabella Unhappy
19. 19 - Ch. 19:Captain Thorn at West Lynne
20. 20 - Ch. 20: Going from Home
21. 21 - Ch. 21: Quitting the Danger
22. 22 - Ch. 22: Mrs. Hare's Dream, pt 1
23. 23 - Ch. 22: Mrs. Hare's Dream, pt 2
24. 24 - Ch. 23 - Captain Thorn in Trouble about 'A Bill', pt 1
25. 25 - Ch. 23 - Captain Thorn in Trouble about 'A Bill', pt 2
26. 26 - Ch. 24: - Richard Hare at Mr. Dill's Window, pt 1
27. 27 - Ch. 24: - Richard Hare at Mr. Dill's Window, pt 2
28. 28 - Ch. 25: Charming Results, pt 1
29. 29 - Ch. 25: Charming Results, pt 2
30. 30 - Ch. 26: Alone for Evermore
31. 31 - Ch. 27: Barbara's Misdoings, pt 1
32. 32 - Ch. 27: Barbara's Misdoings, pt 2
33. 33 - Ch. 28: An Unexpected Visitor at East Lynne
34. 34 - Ch. 29: A Night Invasion of East Lynne, pt 1
35. 35 - Ch. 29: A Night Invasion of East Lynne, pt 2
36. 36 - Ch. 30: Barbara's Heart at Rest, pt 1
37. 37 - Ch. 30: Barbara's Heart at Rest, pt 2
38. 38 - Ch. 31: Mr. Dill in an Embroidered Shirt Front
39. 39 - Ch. 32: Meeting of Lady Isabel and Afy, pt 1
40. 40 - Ch. 32: Meeting of Lady Isabel and Afy, pt 2
41. 41 - Ch. 33: The Yearning of a Breaking Heart
42. 42 - Ch. 34: An M. P. for West Lynne, pt 1
43. 43 - Ch. 34: An M. P. for West Lynne, pt 2
44. 44 - Ch. 35: A Mishap to the Blue Spectacles, pt 1
45. 45 - Ch. 35: A Mishap to the Blue Spectacles, pt 2
46. 46 - Ch. 36: Appearance of a Russian Bear at East Lynne, pt 1
47. 47 - Ch. 36: Appearance of a Russian Bear at East Lynne, pt 2
48. 48 - Ch. 37: Mrs. Carlyle Invited to some Pate de Foie Gras
49. 49 - Ch. 38: The World Turned Upside Down
50. 50 - Ch. 39: Mrs. Carlyle in Full Dress, Afy Also
51. 51 - Ch. 40: The Justice-Room, pt 1
52. 52 - Ch. 40: The Justice-Room, pt 2
53. 53 - Ch. 41: The Firm
54. 54 - Ch. 42: The Trial
55. 55 - Ch. 43 - The Death Chamber, pt 1
56. 56 - Ch. 43 - The Death Chamber, pt 2
57. 57 - Ch. 44: - Lord Vane Dating Forward
58. 58 - Ch. 45: It won't do, Afy!
59. 59 - Ch. 46: Until Eternity
60. 60 - Ch. 47: I. M. V.

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Summary

Ellen Wood (1814-1887) was an English novelist, better known as Mrs. Henry Wood. She wrote over 30 novels, many of which (especially East Lynne which was a Victorian best seller and is still sometimes performed as a drama) enjoyed remarkable popularity. Lady Isabel Carlyle, a beautiful and refined young woman, leaves her hard-working but neglectful lawyer-husband and her infant children to elope with an aristocratic suitor. After he deserts her, and she bears their illegitimate child, Lady Isabel disguises herself and takes the position of governess in the household of her husband and his new wife". Summary by Wikipedia