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A Chair on the Boulevard

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Author: Leonard Merrick
Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 80,403 / 235 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 532
Added to site: 2006.02.23
mnybks.net#: 12942
Origin: gutenberg.org

Twenty mirthful stories of Pitou, the composer, and the poet, Tricotrin, and several other delightful artistes who live in the bohemia of Montmartre. With an introduction by A. Neil Lyons.

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  • I THE TRAGEDY OF A COMIC SONG
  • II TRICOTRIN ENTERTAINS
  • III THE FATAL FLOROZONDE
  • IV THE OPPORTUNITY OF PETITPAS
  • V THE CAFÉ OF THE BROKEN HEART
  • VI THE DRESS CLOTHES OF MONSIEUR POMPONNET
  • VII THE SUICIDES IN THE RUE SOMBRE
  • VIII THE CONSPIRACY FOR CLAUDINE
  • IX THE DOLL IN THE PINK SILK DRESS
  • X THE LAST EFFECT
  • XI AN INVITATION TO DINNER
  • XII THE JUDGMENT OF PARIS
  • XIII THE FAIRY POODLE
  • XIV LITTLE-FLOWER-OF-THE-WOOD
  • XV A MIRACLE IN MONTMARTRE
  • XVI THE DANGER OF BEING A TWIN
  • XVII HERCULES AND APHRODITE
  • XVIII "PARDON, YOU ARE MADEMOISELLE GIRARD!"
  • XIX HOW TRICOTRIN SAW LONDON
  • XX THE INFIDELITY OF MONSIEUR NOULENS

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