A Chair on the Boulevard

A Chair on the Boulevard

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A Chair on the Boulevard by Leonard Merrick

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1921

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243

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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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