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Mrs. Warren's Daughter

Sir Harry Johnston (1858-1927)

1. Chapter I, Vivie and Norie
2. Chapter II, Honoria and Her Friends
3. Chapter III, David Vavasour Wiliams
4. Chapter IV, Pontystrad
5. Chapter V, Reading for the Bar
6. Chapter VI, The Rossiters
7. Chapter VII, Honoria Again
8. Chapter VIII, The British Church
9. Chapter IX, David is Called to the Bar
10. Chapter X, The Shillito Case, Part 1
11. Chapter X, The Shillito Case, Part 2
12. Chapter XI, David Goes Abroad
13. Chapter XII, Vivie Returns
14. Chapter XIII, The Suffrage Movement, Part 1
15. Chapter XII, The Suffrage Movement, Part 2
16. Chapter XIV, Militancy, Part 1
17. Chapter XIV, Militancy, Part 2
18. Chapter XIV, Militancy, Part 3
19. Chapter XV, Imprisonment, Part 1
20. Chapter XV, Imprisonment, Part 2
21. Chapter XVI, Brussels and the War: 1914, Part 1
22. Chapter XVI, Brussels and the War:1914, Part 2
23. Chapter XVII, The Germans in Brussels: 1915-1916, Part 1
24. Chapter XVII, The Germans in Brussels: 1915-1916, Part 2
25. Chapter XVIII, The Bomb in Portland Place, Part 1
26. Chapter XVIII, The Bomb in Portland Place, Part 2
27. Chapter XIX, Bertie Adams, Part 1
28. Chapter XIX, Bertie Adams, Part 2
29. Chapter XX, After the Armistice
30. L'Envoi

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Summary

Mrs. Warren's Daughter is a continuation, in novel form, of George Bernard Shaw's controversial play, Mrs. Warren's Profession. In the play, Vivie Warren, an emancipated young woman recently graduated from University, disavows her mother Kitty when she learns that Kitty's fortune comes from an ownership share in an international string of brothels, and that Kitty herself was once a prostitute. This novel, written by a world renowned botanist, explorer, and colonial administrator, follows Vivie's personal and political adventures through her involvement in the Suffragist movement and the years leading up to and during World War I.