Rupert of Hentzau

Rupert of Hentzau  (1898) 
by Anthony Hope
Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith, 1898. Illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson

A sequel by Anthony Hope to The Prisoner of Zenda, written in 1895 but not published in book form until 1898. The novel was serialized in The Pall Mall Magazine and McClure's Magazine from December 1897 through June 1898. The novel was adapted to stage and several motion pictures, although not as many as for Zenda. Excerpted from Rupert of Hentzau on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Rupert

of

Hentzau

by

Anthony

Hope

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"God Save the King!"

SEE PAGE 333.

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RUPERT OF HENTZAU


BY
ANTHONY HOPE

Being the Sequel to a story by the same writer entitled
The Prisoner of Zenda


With Illustrations by
CHARLES DANA GIBSON


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BRISTOL
J. W. Arrowsmith, 11 Quay Street
LONDON
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Company Limited

CONTENTS.


  1. Chap.Page
  2. I.
    THE QUEEN'S GOOD-BYE
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    7
  3. II.
    A STATION WITHOUT A CAB
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    25
  4. III.
    AGAIN TO ZENDA
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    41
  5. IV.
    AN EDDY ON THE MOAT
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    58
  6. V.
    AN AUDIENCE OF THE KING
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    77
  7. VI.
    THE TASK OF THE QUEEN'S SERVANTS
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    97
  8. VII.
    THE MESSAGE OF SIMON THE HUNTSMAN
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    116
  9. VIII.
    THE TEMPER OF BORIS THE HOUND
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    136
  10. IX.
    THE KING IN THE HUNTING-LODGE
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    154
  11. X.
    THE KING IN STRELSAU
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    173
  12. XI.
    WHAT THE CHANCELLOR'S WIFE SAW
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    193
  13. XII.
    BEFORE THEM ALL!
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    211
  14. XIII.
    A KING UP HIS SLEEVE
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    226
  15. XIV.
    THE NEWS COMES TO STRELSAU
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    244
  16. XV.
    A PASTIME FOR COLONEL SAPT
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    261
  17. XVI.
    A CROWD IN THE KÖNIGSTRASSE
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    279
  18. XVII.
    YOUNG RUPERT AND THE PLAY-ACTOR
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    297
  19. XVIII.
    THE TRIUMPH OF THE KING
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    317
  20. XIX.
    FOR OUR LOVE AND HER HONOUR!
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    337
  21. XX.
    THE DECISION OF HEAVEN
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    357
  22. XXI.
    THE COMING OF THE DREAM
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    378
  23. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1927.


The author died in 1933, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.