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- Chapter 1 - A butterfly out of place
- Chapter 2 - Pendabury
- Chapter 3 - An orange envelope
- Chapter 4 - With the dessert
- Chapter 5 - Facing the worst
- Chapter 6 - In the Beaudessart arms
- Chapter 7 - Julie
- Chapter 8 - A change of air
- Chapter 9 - Polly Myatt
- Chapter 10 - Lead
- Chapter 11 - My pal
- Chapter 12 - Butter
- Chapter 13 - Common and unclean
- Chapter 14 - An obstinate woman
- Chapter 15 - The blue line
- Chapter 16 - Suppressed rheumatism
- Chapter 17 - Footings
- Chapter 18 - Mr. Mangin
- Chapter 19 - Social evenings
- Chapter 20 - A hamper of holly
- Chapter 21 - A Christmas dinner
- Chapter 22 - Theatre tickets
- Chapter 23 - Lavender lodge
- Chapter 24 - Tom Treddlehoyle
- Chapter 25 - In the office
- Chapter 26 - A second favour
- Chapter 27 - No garden
- Chapter 28 - Potters' rot
- Chapter 29 - "He went away sorrowful, having great possessions"
- Chapter 30 - But returned
- Chapter 31 - "Come over and help us!"
- Chapter 32 - Two aims
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