Pollyanna

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Pollyanna  (1913) 
by Eleanor H. Porter
Alternative title is "Pollyanna: The Glad Book"
To My Cousin Belle

Contents[edit]

  1. Chapter I. Miss Polly
  2. Chapter II. Old Tom and Nancy
  3. Chapter III. The Coming of Pollyanna
  4. Chapter IV. The Little Attic Room
  5. Chapter V. The Game
  6. Chapter VI. A Question of Duty
  7. Chapter VII. Pollyanna and Punishments
  8. Chapter VIII. Pollyanna Pays a Visit
  9. Chapter IX. Which Tells of the Man
  10. Chapter X. A Surprise for Mrs. Snow
  11. Chapter XI. Introducing Jimmy
  12. Chapter XII. Before the Ladies' Aid
  13. Chapter XIII. In Pendleton Woods
  14. Chapter XIV. Just a Matter of Jelly
  15. Chapter XV. Dr. Chilton
  16. Chapter XVI. A Red Rose and a Lace Shawl
  17. Chapter XVII. "Just Like a Book"
  18. Chapter XVIII. Prisms
  19. Chapter XIX. Which is Somewhat Surprising
  20. Chapter XX. Which is More Surprising
  21. Chapter XXI. A Question Answered
  22. Chapter XXII. Sermons and Woodboxes
  23. Chapter XXIII. An Accident
  24. Chapter XXIV. John Pendleton
  25. Chapter XXV. A Waiting Game
  26. Chapter XXVI. A Door Ajar
  27. Chapter XXVII. Two Visits
  28. Chapter XXVIII. The Game and its Players
  29. Chapter XXIX. Through an Open Window
  30. Chapter XXX. Jimmy Takes the Helm
  31. Chapter XXXI. A New Uncle
  32. Chapter XXXII. Which is a Letter from Pollyanna
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The author died in 1920, 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.