The Theory Of The Leisure Class
1899, MacMillan Company
Chapter One, Introductory
Chapter Two, Pecuniary Emulation
Chapter Three, Conspicuous Leisure
Chapter Four, Conspicuous Consumption
Chapter Five, The Pecuniary Standard of Living
Chapter Six, Pecuniary Canons of Taste
Chapter Seven, Dress as an Expression of the Pecuniary Culture
Chapter Eight, Industrial Exemption and Conservatism
Chapter Nine, The Conservation of Archaic Traits
Chapter Ten, Modern Survivals of Prowees
Chapter Eleven, The Belief in Luck
Chapter Twelve, Devout Observances
Chapter Thirteen, Survivals of the Non-Invidious Interests

Chapter Fourteen, The Higher Learning as an Expression of the Pecuniary Culture

Black Alcott's Index to the Theory of the Leisure Class