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Patrician

John Galsworthy (1867-1933)

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

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    Summary

    The book revolves around the story of two love affairs. Miltoun (an aspiring politician) proposes to Mrs Audrey Noel, only to find that she is not a widow as everyone supposes, but that her husband is still alive and therefore the match is impossible. Meanwhile, Miltoun’s younger sister Barbara develops an equally unwise romance with the rebellious Courtier. The story of what happens to these ill-matched pairs is played out against a brilliant portrayal of the Victorian upper class, its snobbery and its concerns. (The patrician in the title refers to Miltoun, who is thus called by Courtier, whose politics are the opposite to his.)