You Never Know Your Luck by Gilbert Parker Page 1 of 199

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK
PROEM
CHAPTER I. "PIONEERS, O PIONEERS"
CHAPTER II. CLOSING THE DOORS
CHAPTER III. THE LOGAN TRIAL AND WHAT CAME OF IT
CHAPTER IV. "STRENGTH SHALL BE GIVEN THEE"
CHAPTER V. A STORY TO BE TOLD
CHAPTER VI. "HERE ENDETH THE FIRST LESSON"
CHAPTER VII. A WOMAN"S WAY TO KNOWLEDGE
CHAPTER VIII. ALL ABOUT AN UNOPENED LETTER
CHAPTER IX. NIGHT SHADE AND MORNING GLORY
CHAPTER X. "S. O. S."
CHAPTER XI. IN THE CAMP OF THE DESERTER
CHAPTER XII. AT THE RECEIPT OF CUSTOM
CHAPTER XIII. KITTY SPEAKS HER MIND AGAIN
CHAPTER XIV. AWAITING THE VERDICT


CHAPTER XV. "MALE AND FEMALE CREATED HE THEM"
CHAPTER XVI. "'TWAS FOR YOUR PLEASURE YOU CAME HERE,"
CHAPTER XVII. WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT IT?
EPILOGUE.

INTRODUCTION
This volume contains two novels dealing with the life of prairie people in the town of Askatoon in the far West. 'The World for Sale" and the latter portion of 'The Money Master" deal with the same life, and 'The Money Master" contained some of the characters to be found in 'Wild Youth".

'The World for Sale" also was a picture of prairie country with strife between a modern Anglo-Canadian town and a French-Canadian town in the West. These books are of the same people; but 'You Never Know Your Luck" and 'Wild Youth" have several characters which move prominently through both.



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