Penrod and Sam by Booth Tarkington Page 1 of 238

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. PENROD AND SAM
CHAPTER II. THE BONDED PRISONER
CHAPTER III. THE MILITARIST
CHAPTER IV. BINGISM
CHAPTER V. THE IN-OR-IN
CHAPTER VI. GEORGIE BECOMES A MEMBER
CHAPTER VII. WHITEY
CHAPTER VIII. SALVAGE
CHAPTER IX. REWARD OF MERIT
CHAPTER X. CONSCIENCE
CHAPTER XI. THE TONIC
CHAPTER XII. GIPSY
CHAPTER XIII. CONCERNING TROUSERS
CHAPTER XIV. CAMERA WORK IN THE JUNGLE
CHAPTER XV. A MODEL LETTER TO A FRIEND
CHAPTER XVI. WEDNESDAY MADNESS
CHAPTER XVII. PENROD'S BUSY DAY


CHAPTER XVIII. ON ACCOUNT OF THE WEATHER
CHAPTER XIX. CREATIVE ART
CHAPTER XX. THE DEPARTING GUEST
CHAPTER XXI. YEARNINGS
CHAPTER XXII. THE HORN OF FAME
CHAPTER XXIII. THE PARTY
CHAPTER XXIV. THE HEART OF MARJORIE JONES


CHAPTER I.
PENROD AND SAM

During the daylight hours of several autumn Saturdays there had been severe outbreaks of cavalry in the Schofield neighbourhood. The sabres were of wood; the steeds were imaginary, and both were employed in a game called "bonded pris'ner" by its inventors, Masters Penrod Schofield and Samuel Williams.



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