Just As I Am

Mary Elizabeth BRADDON (1835 - 1915)

The murder has finally been solved. After 20 years, Humphrey Vargas came with his dog, seemingly from no where, and informed the magistrate of the county that he murdered the popular Mr. Blake. He even told the magistrate the whole story. This book picks up where other books end and shows how this revelation brings about a chain of unexpected events. Knowing who murdered such a popular man does not make things any easier around the county, as memories finally surface, and relationships may change forever. - Summary by Stav Nisser.

Genre(s): Literary Fiction, Published 1900 onward

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 I. Every Dog has his Day annie70
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Play 02 II. Father and Daughter annie70
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Play 03 III. After Twenty Years annie70
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Play 04 IV. 'A Wilful Man must have his Way.’ annie70
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Play 05 V. Dulcie asks Questions annie70
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Play 06 VI. 'This Man killed my Father ' annie70
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Play 07 VII. Morton's Womenkind annie70
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Play 08 VIII. In the Assize Court annie70
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Play 09 IX. Guilty annie70
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Play 10 X. A Superior Woman . annie70
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Play 11 XI. A Friendly Dinner . annie70
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Play 12 XII. At the ' Sugar Loaves' annie70
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Play 13 XIII. A Plea for the Prisoner . annie70
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Play 14 XIV. The Yellow Ribbon annie70
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Play 15 XV. Dora Blake asks a Question annie70
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Play 16 XVI. ' I must be behind the age.' annie70
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Play 17 XVII. Come to Grief annie70
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Play 18 XVIII. Link by Link annie70
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Play 19 XIX. Blatchmardean Castle annie70
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Play 20 XX. A Fountain of Bitter Waters annie70
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Play 21 XXI. Christmas at Tangley Manor annie70
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Play 22 XXII. ' To the End of the World ' annie70
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Play 23 XXIII. In Mr. Tomplin's Chambers annie70
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Play 24 XXIV. On the Wing annie70
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Play 25 XXV. Dulcie sacrifices Herself annie70
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Play 26 XXVI. Whistled down the Wind annie70
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Play 27 XXVII. Poor Lucy annie70
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Play 28 XXVIII. Shafto Jebb is sent for annie70
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Play 29 XXIX. Was Life worth living? annie70
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Play 30 XXX.Who can minister to a Mind diseased? annie70
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Play 31 XXXI. ' That would be too horrible ' annie70
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Play 32 XXXII. Never Again annie70
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Play 33 XXXIII. In Tangley Wood annie70
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Play 34 XXXIV. An Earnest Man annie70
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Play 35 XXXV. ' I do not understand You, Morton.’ annie70
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Play 36 XXXVI. The Man called Tinker annie70
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Play 37 XXXVII. ' I must bide my Time.' annie70
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Play 38 XXXVIII. Tinker breaks his Tryst annie70
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Play 39 XXXIX. Drifting Apart annie70
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Play 40 XL. The End of all Things annie70
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Play 41 XLI. ' That would be an Unholy Alliance.' annie70
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Play 42 XLII. ' is he still the master of your heart?’ annie70
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Play 43 XLIII. Morton's Brilliant Idea annie70
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Play 44 XLIV. A Paragon of Cobs annie70
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Play 45 XLV. ' What is the Key to the Enigma annie70
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Play 46 XLVI. A Land of Chimneys and Smoke annie70
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Play 47 XLVII. From Darkness into Light Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 48 XLVIII. In the bosom of her family Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 49 XLIX. ' I will never live under his Roof ‘ Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 50 L. 'There was no Thought of Fair Play then ' Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 51 LI. Lizzie's Failure Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 52 LII. Thicker than Water Lynda Marie Neilson
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Play 53 LIII. The Rest is Silence Lynda Marie Neilson
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