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Queechy

Susan Warner (1819-1885)

1. 01 - Curtain Rises at Queechy
2. 02 - Things Loom Out Dimly Through the Smoke
3. 03 - You Amuse Me and I'll Amuse You
4. 04 - Aunt Miriam
5. 05 - As to Whether a Flower Can Grow in the Woods
6. 06 - Queechy at Dinner
7. 07 - The Curtain Falls Upon the Scene
8. 08 - The Fairy Leaves the House
9. 09 - How Mr. Carleton Happened to Be Not at Home
10. 10 - The Fairy and the Englishman
11. 11 - A Little Candle
12. 12 - Spars Below
13. 13 - The Fairy Peeps into an English House, but Does Not Stay There
14. 14 - Two Bibles in Paris
15. 15 - Very Literary
16. 16 - Dissolving View - Ending with a Saw-Mill in the Distance
17. 17 - Rain and Water - Cresses for Breakfast
18. 18 - Mr. Rossitur's Wits Sharpened upon a Ploughshare
19. 19 - Fleda Goes After Help and Finds Dr. Quackenboss
20. 20 - Society in Queechy
21. 21 - 'The Sweetness of a Man's Friend by a Hearty Counsel'
22. 22 - Wherein a Great Many People Pay Their Respects in Form and Substance
23. 23 - The Captain Out-Generalled by the Fairy
24. 24 - A Breath of the World at Queechy
25. 25 - 'As Good a Boy as You Need to Have'
26. 26 - Pine Knots
27. 27 - Sweet - In Its Consequences
28. 28 - The Brook's Old Song - And the New
29. 29 - Flighty and Unsatisfactory
30. 30 - Disclosures - By Mr. Skillcorn
31. 31 - Mr. Olmney's Cause Argued
32. 32 - Sometimes Inconvenient 'From the Loophole of Retreat to Peep at Such a World'
33. 33 - Fleda's White Muslin
34. 34 - How the Fairy Engaged the Two Englishmen
35. 35 - Fleda Forgets Herself
36. 36 - The Roses and the Gentlemen
37. 37 - 'An Unseen Enemy Round the Corner'
38. 38 - The Fairy at Her Work Again
39. 39 - A Night of Uncertain Length
40. 40 - A Thorn Enters
41. 41 - Dealings with the Press
42. 42 - Ends with Sweet Music
43. 43 - How Fleda Was Watched by Blue Eyes
44. 44 - What Pleasant People One Meets in Society
45. 45 - How Much Trouble One May Have about a Note
46. 46 - Aromatic Vinegar
47. 47 - The Fur Cloak on a Journey
48. 48 - Quarrenton to Queechy
49. 49 - Montepoole Becomes a Point of Interest
50. 50 - The House on 'The Hill' Once More
51. 51 - The First One That Left Queechy
52. 52 - The Last Sunset There
53. 53 - Fleda Alone on an Isthmus
54. 54 - The Moorish Temple before Breakfast

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Summary

Fleda Ringan is an 11 year old orphan who lives with her grandfather in Queechy, Vermont. After a tragic incident, Fleda has to live with her aunt in Paris, Mrs. Rossiter. She travels to Paris under the care of young Mr. Carleton and his mother, a rich Englishwomen. Every young man who meets Fleda loves her, but she adores only Mr. Carleton. Once Fleda's aunt Mrs. Rossiter looses all her money, they return to America where Fleda learns to farm and cook to support her family. Mr. Carleton is always around to help out but never utters a word about love to Fleda.