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Robin

Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924)

1. 00 - The Years Before
2. 01 - Chapter I
3. 02 - Chapter II
4. 03 - Chapter III
5. 04 - Chapter IV
6. 05 - Chapter V
7. 06 - Chapter VI
8. 07 - Chapter VII
9. 08 - Chapter VIII
10. 09 - Chapter IX
11. 10 - Chapter X
12. 11 - Chapter XI
13. 12 - Chapter XII
14. 13 - Chapter XIII
15. 14 - Chapter XIV
16. 15 - Chapter XV
17. 16 - Chapter XVI
18. 17 - Chapter XVII
19. 18 - Chapter XVIII
20. 19 - Chapter XIX
21. 20 - Chapter XX
22. 21 - Chapter XXI
23. 22 - Chapter XXII
24. 23 - Chapter XXIII
25. 24 - Chapter XXIV
26. 25 - Chapter XXV
27. 26 - Chapter XXVI
28. 27 - Chapter XXVII
29. 28 - Chapter XXIIIV
30. 29 - Chapter XXIX and Chapter XXX
31. 30 - Chapter XXXI
32. 31 - Chapter XXXII
33. 32 - Chapter XXXIII and Chapter XXXIV
34. 33 - Chapter XXXV
35. 34 - Chapter XXXVI
36. 35 - Chapter XXXVII
37. 36 - Chapters XXXVIII & XXXIX
38. 37 - Chapter XL
39. 38 - Chapter XLI
40. 39 - Chapter XLII

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Summary

Starting with a summary of the 1922 novel The Head of the House of Coombe, which followed the relationships between a group of pre-WWI English nobles and commoners, this sequel, called Robin, completes the story of Robin, Lord Coombe, Donal and Feather. (Introduction by Linda Andrus)

Reviews

Julie

- Review Robin

Hmmm.... The narration was good. Not much emotion but steady. The story was long and a bit tedious at times. The subject of this book was ahead of its time. I'm surprised a woman author could get away with it back 'then'. Romantic and the way it was in those times.