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Graustark

George Barr McCutcheon

1. 01 – Mr. Grenfall Lorry Seeks Adventure
2. 02 – Two Strangers In A Coach
3. 03 – Miss Guggenslocker
4. 04 – The Invitation Extended
5. 05 – Sentimental Exchange
6. 06 – Graustark
7. 07 – The Lady In The Carriage
8. 08 – The Abduction Of A Princess
9. 09 – The Exploit Of Lorry And Anguish
10. 10 – Yetive
11. 11 – Love In A Castle
12. 12 – A War And Its Consequences
13. 13 – Under Moon and Monastery
14. 14 – The Episode of the Throne Room
15. 15 – The Betrothal
16. 16 – A Clash And Its Result
17. 17 – In The Tower
18. 18 – The Flight At Midnight
19. 19 – The Soldier
20. 20 – The Approaching Ordeal
21. 21 – From A window Above
22. 22 – Grenfall Lorrys Foe
23. 23 – The Visitor At Midnight
24. 24 – Off To The Dungeon
25. 25 – Because I Love Him
26. 26 – The Guessing of Anguish
27. 27 – On The Balcony Again
28. 28 – The Maid Of Graustark

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Summary

The Graustark novels are stories of court intrigue, royal disguise, and romance similar to Anthony Hope’s 1894 novel, The Prisoner of Zenda, and its sequels. They were popular best-sellers at the time they were published and the original editions are still readily available in used book shops. The novels gave their name to a fictional genre called Graustarkian: this genre contains tales of romance and intrigue usually featuring titled characters in small, fictional, Central European countries.During the 1870’s, Graustark’s ruler, Prince Ganlook, was killed in a war with neighboring Axphain. As part of the ensuing peace treaty, Graustark agreed to pay a large indemnity to Axphain, to be due, with interest, in fifteen years.