Vice Versa  (1882) 
by F. Anstey

The popular success of his story Vice Versa (1882) with its topsy turvy substitution of a father for his schoolboy son, at once made his reputation as a humorist of an original type. Excerpted from F. Anstey on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

VICE VERSÂ
OR
A LESSON TO FATHERS

BY
F. ANSTEY

ContentsEdit

Preface
  1. Black Monday
  2. A Grand Transformation Scene
  3. In the Toils
  4. A Minnow amongst Tritons
  5. Disgrace
  6. Learning and Accomplishments
  7. Cutting the Knot
  8. Unbending the Bow
  9. A Letter from Home
  10. The Complete Letter-Writer
  11. A Day of Rest
  12. Against Time
  13. A Respite
  14. An Error of Judgment
  15. The Rubicon
  16. Hard Pressed
  17. A Perfidious Ally
  18. Run to Earth
  19. The Reckoning