The Prisoner of Zenda
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- Chapter I: The Rassendylls -- With a Word on the Elphbergs
- Chapter II: Concerning the Colour of Men's Hair
- Chapter III: A Merry Evening With a Distant Relative
- Chapter IV: The King Keeps his Appointment
- Chapter V: The Adventures of an Understudy
- Chapter VI: The Secret of a Cellar
- Chapter VII: His Majesty Sleeps in Strelsau
- Chapter VIII: A Fair Cousin and a Dark Brother
- Chapter IX: A New Use for a Tea-Table
- Chapter X: A Great Chance for a Villain
- Chapter XI: Hunting a Very Big Boar
- Chapter XII: I Receive a Visitor and Bait a Hook
- Chapter XIII: An Improvement on Jacob's Ladder
- Chapter XIV: A Night Outside the Castle
- Chapter XV: I Talk with a Tempter
- Chapter XVI: A Desperate Plan
- Chapter XVII: Young Rupert's Midnight Diversions
- Chapter XVIII: The Forcing of the Trap
- Chapter XIX: Face to Face in the Forest
- Chapter XX: The Prisoner and the King
- Chapter XXI: If Love Were All!
- Chapter XXII: Present, Past -- and Future?