Evan Harrington

Evan Harrington; or, He would be a gentleman  (1860) 
by George Meredith

Serial work published in Once a Week, from February 11 to October 16, 1860. Illustrated by Charles Keene

I. Above Buttons. Part 1
II. The Heritage of the Son. Part 1
III. The Daughters of the Shears. Part 1
IV. On Board the Iocasta. Part 2
V. The Family and the Funeral. Part 3
VI. My Gentleman on the Road. Part 3
VII. Mother and Son. Part 4
VIII. Introduces an Eccentric. Part 5
IX. The Countess in Low Society. Part 6
X. My Gentleman on the Road Again. Part 7
XI. Doings at an Inn. Part 8
XII. In Which Ale Is Shown to Have One Quality of Wine. Part 8
XIII. The Match of Fallowfield Against Beckley. Part 9
XIV. The Countess Describes the Field of Action. Part 10
XV. A Capture. Part 11
XVI. Leads to a Small Skirmish Between Rose and Evan. Part 12
XVII. In Which Evan Writes Himself Tailor. Part 13
XVIII. In Which Evan Calls Himself Gentleman. Part 14
XIX. Second Despatch of the Countess. Part 15
XX. Break-Neck Leap. Part 15
XXI. Tribulations and Tactics of the Countess. Part 16
XXII. In Which the Daughters of the Great Mel Have to Digest Him at Dinner. Part 16
XXIII. Treats of a Handkerchief. Part 17
XXIV. Chronicles the Return of Mr. Raikes. Part 18
XXV. In Which the Stream Flows Muddy and Clear. Part 19
XXVI. Mrs. Mel Makes a Bed for Herself and Family. Part 20
XXVII. Exhibits Rose’s Generalship; Evan’s Performance on the Second Fiddle; and the Wretchedness of the Countess. Part 21
XXVIII. Tom Cogglesby’s Proposition. Part 22
XXIX. Prelude to an Engagement. Part 23
XXX. The Battle of the Bull-Dogs. Part I. Part 24
XXXI. The Battle of the Bull-Dogs. Part II. Part 25
XXXII. In Which Evan’s Light Begins to Twinkle Again. Part 26
XXXIII. The Hero Takes His Rank in the Orchestra. Part 27
XXXIV. A Pagan Sacrifice. Part 28
XXXV. Rose Wounded. Part 28
XXXVI. Before Breakfast. Part 29
XXXVII. The Retreat from Beckley. Part 29
XXXVIII. In Which We Have to See in the Dark. Part 30
XXXIX. In the Domain of Tailordom. Part 30
XL. In Which the Countess Still Scents Game. Part 31
XLI. Reveals an Abominable Plot of the Brothers Cogglesby. Part 32
XLII. Juliana. Part 33
XLIII. Rose. Part 33
XLIV. Contains a Warning to All Conspirators. Part 34
XLV. In Which the Shop Becomes a Centre of Attraction. Part 35
XLVI. A Lovers’ Parting. Part 36
XLVII. A Year Later, the Countess de Saldar de Sancorvo to Her Sister Caroline. Part 36

This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.