Chapter One: Tracing the Source
Chapter Two: Heading in a New Direction
Chapter Three: A Heavy Burden to Carry
Chapter Four: Geographia: Marking Out the Future
Chapter Five: Charting the Changing Face of Europe
Chapter Six: Detours and Dead Ends
Chapter Seven: Parallel Lines
Chapter Eight: Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kitbag...
Chapter Nine: Growing Without Direction
Chapter Ten: Overtaking the Past
Chapter Eleven: The Kishlany Trailing Behind
Chapter Twelve: Homing Instinct
Chapter Thirteen: On Your Own Two Feet
Chapter Fourteen: Reaching Back
Chapter Fifteen: Il n'y a que le provisoire qui dure...
Chapter Sixteen: Nabokov's First Nymphet
Chapter Seventeen: 'Met Him in France, Left Him in Venice'
Chapter Eighteen: 'Kiss It Goodbye'
Chapter Nineteen: My Old Man Said, 'Follow the Van...'
Chapter Twenty: The Scribes and the Fallacies
Chapter Twenty-One: A Lonely Journey
Chapter Twenty-Two: From Abberley Mews to Zoffany Street
Chapter Twenty-Three: Those Who Trespass Against Us
Chapter Twenty-Four: Drawn to Make Maps: The Motives of Map-makers
Chapter Twenty-Five: There's More to Lose Than Getting Lost
Chapter Twenty-Six: On the Warpath
Chapter Twenty-Seven: Was There an Alternative Route?
Chapter Twenty-Eight: Stepping Back
Chapter Twenty-Nine: Lo! I Am With You Always, Even Unto the End of the World
Chapter Thirty: A Path for My Family to Follow
Chapter Thirty-One: In the End is the Beginning
Chapter Thirty-Two: On We Go
Sarah Hartley is commissioning editor at the Daily Mail. Prior to that she worked on Tatler, Frank and most recently the Times. This is her first book.