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Dombey and Son

By Dickens, Charles

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Title: Dombey and Son  
Author: Dickens, Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Dombey and Son Dombey sat in the corner of the darkened room in the great arm?chair by the bedside, and Son lay tucked up warm in a little basket bedstead, carefully disposed on a low settee immediately in front of the fire and close to it, as if his constitution were analogous to that of a muffin, and it was essential to toast him brown while he was very new. Dombey was about eight?and?forty years of age. Son about eight?and?forty minutes. Dombey was rather bald, rather red, and though a handsome well?made man, too stern and pompous in appearance, to be prepossessing. Son was very bald, and very red, and though (of course) an undeniably fine infant, somewhat crushed and spotty in his general effect, as yet. On the brow of Dombey, Time and his brother Care had set some marks, as on a tree that was to come down in good time?remorseless twins they are for striding through their human forests, notching as they go?while the countenance of Son was crossed with a thousand little creases, which the same deceitful Time would take delight in smoothing out and wearing away with the flat part of his scythe, as a preparation of the surface for his deeper operations.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Dombey and Son, 1 -- Charles Dickens, 1 -- Chapter 1. Dombey and Son, 2 -- Chapter 2. In which Timely Provision is made for an Emergency that will sometimes arise in the 0 best?regulated Chapter 3. In which Mr Dombey, as a Man and a Father, is seen at the Head of the Home?Depar9tment -- Chapter 4. In which some more First Appearances are made on the Stage of these Adventures, 27 -- Chapter 5. Paul's Progress and Christening, 36 -- Chapter 6. Paul's Second Deprivation, 48 -- Chapter 7. A Bird's?eye Glimpse of Miss Tox's Dwelling?place: also of the State of Miss Tox's 2Affections -- Chapter 8. Paul's Further Progress, Growth and Character, 66 -- Chapter 9. In which the Wooden Midshipman gets into Trouble, 80 -- Chapter 10. Containing the Sequel of the Midshipman's Disaster, 89 -- Chapter 11. Paul's Introduction to a New Scene, 98 -- Chapter 12. Paul's Education, 108 -- Chapter 13. Shipping Intelligence and Office Business, 120 -- Chapter 14. Paul grows more and more Old?fashioned, and goes Home for the Holidays, 129 -- Chapter 15. Amazing Artfulness of Captain Cuttle, and a new Pursuit for Walter Gay, 144 -- Chapter 16. What the Waves were always saying, 153 -- Chapter 17. Captain Cuttle does a little Business for the Young People, 157 -- Chapter 18. Father and Daughter, 165 -- Chapter 19. Walter goes away, 177 -- Chapter 20. Mr Dombey goes upon a Journey, 186 -- Chapter 21. New Faces, 195 -- Chapter 22. A Trifle of Management by Mr Carker the Manager, 202 -- Chapter 23. Florence solitary, and the Midshipman mysterious, 216 -- Chapter 24. The Study of a Loving Heart, 230 -- Chapter 25. Strange News of Uncle Sol, 238 -- Chapter 26. Shadows of the Past and Future, 244 -- Chapter 27. Deeper Shadows, 255 -- Chapter 28. Alterations, 267 -- Chapter 29. The Opening of the Eyes of Mrs Chick, 274 -- Chapter 30. The interval before the Marriage, 281 -- Chapter 31. The Wedding, 291 -- Chapter 32. The Wooden Midshipman goes to Pieces, 301 -- Chapter 33. Contrasts, 312 -- Chapter 34. Another Mother and Daughter, 321 -- Chapter 35. The Happy Pair, 330 -- Chapter 36. Housewarming, 337 -- Chapter 37. More Warnings than One, 345 -- Chapter 38. Miss Tox improves an Old Acquaintance, 352 -- Chapter 39. Further Adventures of Captain Edward Cuttle, Mariner, 358 -- Chapter 40. Domestic Relations, 368 -- Chapter 41. New Voices in the Waves, 379 -- Chapter 42. Confidential and Accidental, 385 -- Chapter 43. The Watches of the Night, 396 -- Chapter 44. A Separation, 401 -- Chapter 45. The Trusty Agent, 408

 

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