Gryll Grange, by Thomas Love Peacock

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. Misnomers
  2. The Squire and His Niece
  3. The Duke’s Folly
  4. The Forest — A Soliloquy on Hair
  5. The Seven Sisters
  6. The Rustic Lover
  7. The Vicar and His Wife — Families of Love — The Newspaper
  8. Pantopragmatics
  9. Saint Catharine
  10. The Thunderstorm
  11. Electrical Science — The Death of Philemon
  12. The Forest Dell — The Power of Love — The Lottery of Marriage
  13. Lord Curryfin — Siberian Dinners — Social Monotony
  14. Music and Painting — Jack of Dover
  15. Expression in Music — The Dappled Palfrey — Love and Age — Competitive Examination
  16. Miss Niphet — The Theatre — The Lake — Divided Attraction — Infallible Safety
  17. Horse-Taming — Love in Dilemma — Injunctions — Sonorous Vases
  18. Lectures — The Power of Public Opinion — A New Order of Chivalry
  19. A Symposium — Transatlantic Tendencies — After-Dinner Lectures — Education
  20. Algernon and Morgana — Opportunity and Repentance — The Forest in Winter
  21. Skating — Pas De Deux on the Ice — Congeniality — Flints Among Bones
  22. The Seven Against Thebes — A Soliloquy on Christmas
  23. The Two Quadrilles — Pope’s Ombre — Poetical Truth to Nature — Cleopatra
  24. Progress of Sympathy — Love’s Injunctions — Orlando Innamorato
  25. Harry and Dorothy
  26. Doubts and Questions
  27. Love in Memory
  28. Aristophanes in London
  29. The Bald Venus — Inez De Castro — The Unity of Love
  30. A Captive Knight — Richard and Alice
  31. A Twelfth-Night Ball — Pantopragmatic Cookery — Modern Vandalism — A Bowl of Punch
  32. Hopes and Fears — Compensations in Life — Athenian Comedy — Madeira and Music — Confidences
  33. The Conquest of Thebes
  34. Christmas Tales — Classical Tales of Wonder — The Host’s Ghost — A Tale of a Shadow — A Tale of a Bogle — The Legend of St. Laura
  35. Rejected Suitors — Conclusion

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