Mr. Incoul's Misadventure cover

Mr. Incoul's Misadventure

Edgar Saltus (1855-1921)

1. Mr. Incoul
2. Miss Barhyte Agrees To Change Her Name
3. After Darkness
4. An Evening Call
5. A Yellow Envelope
6. Biarritz
7. What May Be Seen From A Palco
8. An Unexpected Guest
9. Mr. Incoul Dines In Spain
10. The Point Of View
11. The House In The Parc Monceau
12. Mr. Incoul Is Preoccupied
13. What May Be Heard In A Greenroom
14. May Expostulates
15. Karl Grows A Moustache
16. The Bare Bodkin
17. Maida's Nuptials
18. Mr. Incoul Goes Over The Accounts

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Summary

Saltus has been compared to Oscar Wilde for wit and language. His novels are entertaining, yet philosophical, exposing the vagaries of human nature. The publishers promoted Mr. Incoul's Misadventure thus: "A novel which is sure to be condemned by every one who prefers platitude to paradox, or tea and toast to truffles and red pepper."