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Part 1: Mr Norrell 1 The library at Hurtfew 2 The Old Starre Inn 3 The stones ofYork 4 The Friends of English Magic 5 Drawlight 6 "Magic is not respectable, sir." 7 An opportunity unlikely to occur again 8 A gentleman with thistle-down hair 9 Lady Pole 10 The difficulty of finding employment for a magician 11 Brest 12 The Spirit of English Magic urges Mr Norrell to the Aid of Britannia 13 The magician of Threadneedle-street 14 Heart-break Farm 15 "How is Lady Pole?" 16 Lost-hope 17 The unaccountable appearance of twenty-five guineas 18 Sir Walter consults gentlemen in several professions 19 The Peep-O'Day-Boys 20 The unlikely milliner 21 The cards of Marseilles 22 The Knight ofWands Part 2: Jonathan Strange 23 The Shadow House 24 Another magician 25 The education of a magician 26 Orb, crown and sceptre 27 The magician's wife 28 The Duke of Roxburghe's library 29 At the house of Jos, Estoril norrellstrange 12/9/03 1:11 PM Page iii 30 The book of Robert Findhelm 31 Seventeen dead Neapolitans 32 The King 33 Place the moon at my eyes 34 On the edge of the desert 35 The Nottinghamshire gentleman 36 All the mirrors of the world 37 The Cinque Dragownes 38 From the Edinburgh Review 39 The two magicians 40 "Depend upon it - there is no such place." 41 Starecross 42 Strange decides to write a book 43 The curious adventure of Mr Hyde 44 Arabella Part 3: John Uskglass 45 Prologue to The History and Practice of English Magic 46 "The sky spoke to me..." 47 "A black lad and a blue fella - that ought to mean summat." 48 The Engravings 49 Wildness and madness 50 The History and Practice of English Magic 51 A family by the name of Greysteel 52 The old lady of Cannaregio 53 A little dead grey mouse 54 A little box, the colour of heartache 55 "The second shall see his dearest possession in his enemy's hand" 56 The Black Tower 57 The Black Letters 58 Henry Woodhope pays a visit 59 Leucrocuta, the Wolf of the Evening 60 Tempest and lies norrellstrange 12/9/03 1:11 PM Page iv 61 Tree speaks to Stone; Stone speaks to Water 62 I came to them in a cry that broke the silence of a winter wood 63 "The first shall bury his heart in a dark wood beneath the snow, yet still feel its ache" 64 Two versions of Lady Pole 65 The ashes, the pearls, the counterpane and the kiss 66 Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell 67 The hawthorn tree 68 "Yes." 69 Strangites and Norrellites
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Teacher-student relationships Fiction, London (England) Fiction, York (England) Fiction, Magicians Fiction, Fairies Fiction