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John Marchmont's Legacy

Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1835-1915)

1. Volume 1, Chapter 01. The Man with the Banner
2. Volume 1, Chapter 02. Little Mary
3. Volume 1, Chapter 03. About the Lincolnshire Property
4. Volume 1, Chapter 04. Going Away
5. Volume 1, Chapter 05. Marchmont Towers
6. Volume 1, Chapter 06. The Young Soldier's Return
7. Volume 1, Chapter 07. Olivia
8. Volume 1, Chapter 08. "My Life is Cold, and Dark, and Dreary."
9. Volume 1, Chapter 09. "When Shall I Cease to be All Alone?"
10. Volume 1, Chapter 10. Mary's Stepmother
11. Volume 1, Chapter 11. The Day of Desolation
12. Volume 1, Chapter 12. Paul
13. Volume 1, Chapter 13. Olivia's Despair
14. Volume 1, Chapter 14. Driven Away
15. Volume 2, Chapter 01. Mary's Letter
16. Volume 2, Chapter 02. A New Protector
17. Volume 2, Chapter 03. Paul's Sister
18. Volume 2, Chapter 04. A Stolen Honeymoon
19. Volume 2, Chapter 05. Sounding the Depths
20. Volume 2, Chapter 06. Risen from the Grave
21. Volume 2, Chapter 07. Face to Face
22. Volume 2, Chapter 08. The Painting-Room by the River
23. Volume 2, Chapter 09. In the Dark
24. Volume 2, Chapter 10. The Paragraph in the Newspaper
25. Volume 2, Chapter 11. Edward Arundel's Despair
26. Volume 2, Chapter 12. Edward's Visitors
27. Volume 2, Chapter 13. One More Sacrifice
28. Volume 2, Chapter 14. The Child's Voice in the Pavilion by the Water
29. Volume 3, Chapter 01. Captain Arundel's Revenge
30. Volume 3, Chapter 02. The Deserted Chambers
31. Volume 3, Chapter 03. Taking it Quietly
32. Volume 3, Chapter 04. Miss Lawford Speaks Her Mind
33. Volume 3, Chapter 05. The Return of the Wanderer
34. Volume 3, Chapter 06. A Widower's Proposal
35. Volume 3, Chapter 07. How the Tidings Were Received in Lincolnshire
36. Volume 3, Chapter 08. Mr. Weston Refuses to be Trampled On
37. Volume 3, Chapter 09. "Going to be Married!"
38. Volume 3, Chapter 10. The Turning of the Tide
39. Volume 3, Chapter 11. Belinda's Wedding Day
40. Volume 3, Chapter 12. Mary's Story
41. Volume 3, Chapter 13. "All Within is Dark as Night."
42. Volume 3, Chapter 14. "There is Confusion Worse Than Death."
43. Volume 3, Chapter 15 - the Last and The Epilogue. "Dear is the Memory of Our Wedded Lives."

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    Summary

    Like Wuthering Heights, the center of this story is a dramatic love triangle, the setting is a huge English manor. Olivia Marchmont has always "done her duty." However, when she falls in love and her beloved is in love with another woman, the malice of her heart is released in full view. In this dramatic tale, the vivid description of the country is also important- as if nature has a part in it. Unlike many novels, nobody gets what they deserve at the end. Or do they? Read and decide for yourself.

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    Love the book and the narrator!

    GREAT BOOK!