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The Man Who Laughs

Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

1. 001 - Preliminary Chapter - Ursus, part I and II
2. 002 - Preliminary Chapter - Ursus, part III and IV
3. 003 - Another Preliminary Chapter - The Comparchicos
4. 004 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter I - Portland Bill
5. 005 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter II - Left Alone
6. 006 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter III - Alone
7. 007 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter IV - Questions
8. 008 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter V - The Tree of Human Invention
9. 009 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter VI - Struggle Between Death and Night
10. 010 - Part I, Book the First, Chapter VII - The North Point of Portland
11. 011 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter I - Superhuman Laws
12. 012 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter II - Our First Rough Sketches Filled In
13. 013 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter III - Troubled Men on the Troubled Sea
14. 014 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter IV - A Cloud Different from the Others enters on the Scene
15. 015 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter V - Hardquanonne
16. 016 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter VI - They Think that Help is at Hand
17. 017 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter VII - Superhuman Horrors
18. 018 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter VIII - Nix et Nox
19. 019 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter IX - The Charge Confided to a Raging Sea
20. 020 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter X - The Colossal Savage, the Storm
21. 021 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XI - The Caskets
22. 022 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XII - Face to Face with the Rock
23. 023 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XIII - Face to Face with Night
24. 024 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XIV - Ortach
25. 025 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XV - Portentosum Mare
26. 026 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XVI - The Problem Suddenly Works in Silence
27. 027 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XVII - The Last Resource
28. 028 - Part I, Book the Second, Chapter XVIII - The Highest Resource
29. 029 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter I - Chesil
30. 030 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter II - The Effect of Snow
31. 031 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter III - A Burden Makes a Rough Road Rougher
32. 032 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter IV - Another Form of Desert
33. 033 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter V - Misanthropy Plays its Pranks
34. 034 - Part I, Book the Third, Chapter VI - The Awakening
35. 035 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter I - Lord Clancharlie
36. 036 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter II - Lord David Dirry-Moir
37. 037 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter III - The Duchess Josiana
38. 038 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter IV - The Leader of Fashion
39. 039 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter V - Queen Anne
40. 040 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter VI - Barkilphedro
41. 041 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter VII - Barkilphedro Gnaws His Way
42. 042 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter VIII - Inferi
43. 043 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter IX - Hate is as Strong as Love
44. 044 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter X - The Flame which would be Seen if Man were Transparent
45. 045 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter XI - Barkilphedro in Ambuscade
46. 046 - Part II, Book the First, Chapter XII - Scotland, Ireland and England
47. 047 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter I - Wherein we see the Face of Him of whom we have hitherto seen only the Acts
48. 048 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter II - Dea
49. 049 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter III - Oculus
50. 050 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter IV - Well-matched Lovers
51. 051 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter V - The Blue Sky through the Black Cloud
52. 052 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter VI - Ursus as Tutor, and Ursus as Guardian
53. 053 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter VII - Blindness Gives Lessons in Clairvoyance
54. 054 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter VIII - Not only Happiness, but Prosperity
55. 055 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter IX - Absurdities which Folks without Taste call Poetry
56. 056 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter X - An Outsider's View of Men and Things
57. 057 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter XI - Gwynplaine Thinks Justice, and Ursus Talks Truth
58. 058 - Part II, Book the Second, Chapter XII - Ursus the Poet Drags on Ursus the Philosopher
59. 059 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter I - The Tadcaster Inn
60. 060 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter II - Open-Air Eloquence
61. 061 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter III - Where the Passer-by Reappears
62. 062 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter IV - Contraries Fraternize in Hate
63. 063 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter V - The Wapentake
64. 064 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter VI - The Mouse Examined by the Cats
65. 065 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter VII - Why Should a Gold Piece Lower Itself by Mixing With a Heap of Pennies?
66. 066 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter VIII - Symptoms of Poisoning
67. 067 - Part II, Book the Third, Chapter IX - Abyssus abyssum vocat
68. 068 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter I - The Temptation of St. Gwynplaine
69. 069 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter II - From Gay to Grave
70. 070 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter III - Lex, Rex, Fex
71. 071 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter IV - Ursus Spies the Police
72. 072 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter V - A fearful Place
73. 073 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter VI - The kind of Magistracy under the Wigs of Former Days
74. 074 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter VII - Shuddering
75. 075 - Part II, Book the Fourth, Chapter VIII - Lamentation
76. 076 - Part II, Book the Fifth, Chapter I - The Durability of Fragile Things
77. 077 - Part II, Book the Fifth, Chapter II - The Waif Knows Its Own Course
78. 078 - Part II, Book the Fifth, Chapter III - An Awakening
79. 079 - Part II, Book the Fifth, Chapter IV - Fascination
80. 080 - Part II, Book the Fifth, Chapter V - We Think We Remember; We Forget
81. 081 - Part II, Book the Sixth, Chapter I - What the Misanthrope said
82. 082 - Part II, Book the Sixth, Chapter II - What He did
83. 083 - Part II, Book the Sixth, Chapter III - Complications
84. 084 - Part II, Book the Sixth, Chapter IV - Moenius surdis campana muta
85. 085 - Part II, Book the Sixth, Chapter V - State Policy Deals with Little Matters as Well as with Great
86. 086 - Part II, Book the Seventh, Chapter I - The Awakening
87. 087 - Part II, Book the Seventh, Chapter II - The Resemblance of a Palace to a Wood
88. 088 - Part II, Book the Seventh, Chapter III - Eve
89. 089 - Part II, Book the Seventh, Chapter IV - Satan
90. 090 - Part II, Book the Seventh, Chapter V - They Recognize, but do not Know, Each Other
91. 091 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter I - Analysis of Majestic Matters
92. 092 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter II - Impartiality
93. 093 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter III - The Old Hall
94. 094 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter IV - The Old Chamber
95. 095 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter V - Aristocratic Gossip
96. 096 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter VI - The High and the Low
97. 097 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter VII - Storms of Men are Worse than Storms of Oceans
98. 098 - Part II, Book the Eighth, Chapter VIII - He would be a good Brother, Were he not a Good Son
99. 099 - Part II, Book the Ninth, Chapter I - It is through Excess of Greatness that Man reaches Excess of Misery
100. 100 - Part II, Book the Ninth, Chapter II - The Dregs
101. 101 - Conclusion, Chapter I - A Watch-Dog may be a Guardian Angel
102. 102 - Conclusion, Chapter II - Barkilphedro, Having Aimed at the Eagle, Brings down the Dove
103. 103 - Conclusion, Chapter III - Paradise Regained Below
104. 104 - Conclusion, Chapter IV - Nay; on High!

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The Man Who Laughs is a novel by Victor Hugo, originally published in April 1869 under the French title L'Homme qui rit. Also published under the title "By Order of the King". (Introduction by Wikipedia)