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Heir of Redclyffe

Charlotte Mary Yonge (1823-1901)

1. 01 - Chapter 1
2. 02 - Chapter 2
3. 03 - Chapter 3
4. 04 - Chapter 4, Part 1
5. 05 - Chapter 4, Part 2
6. 06 - Chapter 5, Part 1
7. 07 - Chapter 5, Part 2
8. 08 - Chapter 6
9. 09 - Chapter 7, Part 1
10. 10 - Chapter 7, Part 2
11. 11 - Chapter 8
12. 12 - Chapter 9
13. 13 - Chapter 10, Part 1
14. 14 - Chapter 10, Part 2
15. 15 - Chapter 11
16. 16 - Chapter 12
17. 17 - Chapter 13, Part 1
18. 18 - Chapter 13, Part 2
19. 19 - Chapter 14
20. 20 - Chapter 15
21. 21 - Chapter 16
22. 22 - Chapter 17, Part 1
23. 23 - Chapter 17, Part 2
24. 24 - Chapter 18
25. 25 - Chapter 19
26. 26 - Chapter 20
27. 27 - Chapter 21
28. 28 - Chapter 22
29. 29 - Chapter 23
30. 30 - Chapter 24
31. 31 - Chapter 25
32. 32 - Chapter 26
33. 33 - Chapter 27
34. 34 - Chapter 28
35. 35 - Chapter 29, Part 1
36. 36 - Chapter 29, Part 2
37. 37 - Chapter 30, Part 1
38. 38 - Chapter 30, Part 2
39. 39 - Chapter 31
40. 40 - Chapter 32
41. 41 - Chapter 33
42. 42 - Chapter 34
43. 43 - Chapter 35
44. 44 - Chapter 36, Part 1
45. 45 - Chapter 36, Part 2
46. 46 - Chapter 37
47. 47 - Chapter 38
48. 48 - Chapter 39, Part 1
49. 49 - Chapter 39, Part 2
50. 50 - Chapter 40
51. 51 - Chapter 41
52. 52 - Chapter 42
53. 53 - Chapter 43, Part 1
54. 54 - Chapter 43, Part 2
55. 55 - Chapter 43, Part 3
56. 56 - Chapter 44

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Summary

The Heir of Redclyffe (1853) was the first of Charlotte M. Yonge's bestselling romantic novels. Its religious tone derives from the High Church background of her family and from her friendship with a leading figure in the Oxford Movement, John Keble, who closely supervised the writing of the book. The germ of its plot was suggested by her friend Marianne Dyson.