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Behold the woman! : a tale of redemption
Original Title Behold the woman! : a tale of redemption
Author Harré, T. Everett (Thomas Everett), 1884-1948, J.B. Lippincott Company. pbl, Washington Square Press. prt
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Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0freepublicdomain
Topics Fiction
Publisher Philadelphia , London : J.B. Lippincott Company
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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CONTENTS
Author’s Note 7
Prologue — Alexandria, the Golden City — and the Woman or the Shadows 15
BOOK FIRST
The First Stone.
I. First Night or Love 35
II. “Stone Her!” 46
III. “She Became Famed as a Player and Dancer” 60
IV. The Massacre 75
V. “Grant Us in Death to See Thy Face, and Endless Joy Inherit” 95
VI. Daughter and Father Face to Face 106
VII. The Triumph or the Cross 122
BOOK SECOND
Mary, the Great Courtesan.
VIII. The Palace or Pleasure — and the Empty Heart 129
IX. “And the Woman was Arrayed in Purple and Scarlet Color, and Decked with Gold and Precious Stones and Pearls, Haying a Golden Cup in Her Hand” 155
X. The Toilet 163
XI. The Prophect 187
XII. A Lots Song on the Nile 203
XIII. A Slave Goes to the Crocodiles 217
XIV. The Banquet 224
XV. The Raid 235
XVI. “How Much She Hath Glorified Herself and Lived A Deliciously, So Much Torment and Sorrow Give Her” 257
XVII. The Pilgrim Galley 278
BOOK THIRD
The Redemption
XVIII. “Never Heard I Thus or Christ in Alexandria” 313
XIX. “Woman, Arise, Thy Sins are Forgiven” 345
XX. “And They, When They Had Heard That He Was Alive, and Had Been Seen of Her, Believed Not” 356
XXI. Penitent and Priest 360
XXII. Portals of the Sky — the Eternal Bride 373
Epilogue 391

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Verso of t.p.: Published March, 1916

“Published March, 1916, reprinted April 1, 1916.”

Verso of t.p.: Printed by J.B. Lippincott Company, at the Washington Square Press, Philadelphia, U.S.A

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