Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Book I, Chapter 1: Amory, Son of Beatrice
Book I, Chapter 2: Spires and Gargoyles
Book I, Chapter 3: The Egotist Considers
Book I, Chapter 4: Narcissus Off Duty
Interlude, May 1917 - February 1919
Book II, Chapter 1: The Debutante
Book II, Chapter 2: Experiments in Convalescence
Book II, Chapter 3: Young Irony
Book II, Chapter 4: The Supercilious Sacrifice
Book II, Chapter 5: The Egotist Becomes a Personage
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