Camilla, by Fanny Burney

Table of Contents

To The Queen

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BOOK I

  1. A Family Scene
  2. Comic Gambols
  3. Consequences
  4. Studies of a grown Gentleman
  5. Schooling of a young Gentleman
  6. Tuition of a young Lady
  7. Lost Labour

BOOK II

  1. New Projects
  2. New Characters
  3. A Family Breakfast
  4. A Public Breakfast
  5. A Raffle
  6. A Barn
  7. A Declaration
  8. An Answer
  9. An Explication
  10. A Panic
  11. Two Lovers
  12. Two Doctors
  13. Two Ways of looking at the same Thing
  14. Two Retreats
  15. Two Sides of a Question

BOOK III

  1. A few kind Offices
  2. A Pro and a Con
  3. An Author’s Notion of Travelling
  4. An Internal Detection
  5. An Author’s Opinion of Visiting
  6. An Author’s Idea of Order
  7. A Maternal Eye
  8. Modern Ideas of Duty
  9. A Few Embarrassments
  10. Modern Ideas of Life
  11. Modern Notions of Penitence
  12. Airs and Graces
  13. Attic Adventures

BOOK IV

  1. A Few Explanations
  2. Specimens of Taste
  3. A Few Compliments
  4. The Danger of Disguise
  5. Strictures on Deformity
  6. Strictures on Beauty
  7. The Pleadings of Pity
  8. The Disastrous Buskins
  9. Three Golden Maxims

BOOK V

  1. A Pursuer
  2. An Adviser
  3. Various Confabulations
  4. A Dodging
  5. A Sermon
  6. A Chat
  7. A Recall
  8. A Youth of the Times

BOOK VI

  1. A Walk by Moonlight
  2. The Pantiles
  3. Mount Ephraim
  4. Knowle
  5. Mount Pleasant
  6. The Accomplished Monkies
  7. The Rooms
  8. Ways to the Heart
  9. Counsels for Conquest
  10. Strictures upon the Ton
  11. Traits of Character
  12. Traits of Eccentricity
  13. Traits of Instruction
  14. A Demander
  15. An Accorder
  16. An Helper

BOOK VII

  1. The right Style of Arguing
  2. A Council
  3. A Proposal of Marriage
  4. A Bull-Dog
  5. An Oak Tree
  6. A Call of the House
  7. The Triumph of Pride
  8. A Summons to Happiness
  9. Offs and Ons
  10. Resolutions
  11. Ease and Freedom
  12. Dilemmas
  13. Live and Learn

BOOK VIII

  1. A Way to make Friends
  2. A Rage of Obliging
  3. A Pleasant Adventure
  4. An Author’s Time-keeper
  5. An Agreeable Hearing
  6. Ideas upon Marriage
  7. How to treat a Defamer
  8. The Power of Prepossession
  9. A Scuffle
  10. A Youthful Effusion
  11. The Computations of Self-Love
  12. Juvenile Calculations

BOOK IX

  1. A Water Party
  2. Touches of Wit and Humour
  3. An Adieu
  4. A Modest Request
  5. A Self-dissection
  6. A Reckoning
  7. Brides and no Brides
  8. A Hint for Debtors
  9. A Lover’s Eye
  10. A Bride’s Resolves
  11. The Workings of Sorrow

BOOK X

  1. A Surprise
  2. A Narrative
  3. The Progress of Dissipation
  4. Hints upon National Prejudice
  5. The Operation of Terror
  6. The Reverse of a Mask
  7. A New View of an old Mansion
  8. A Last Resource
  9. A Spectacle
  10. A Vision
  11. Means to still Agitation
  12. Means to Obtain a Boon
  13. Questions and Answers
  14. The last Touches of the Picture

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