Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, Volume 1

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Harper & Brothers, 1849 - American literature - 387 pages
 

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Contents

The Minstrel leads of with a PaddleSong and a Mes sage is received from Abroad
250
They land upon the Island of Juam
253
A Book from the Chronicles of Mohi
256
Something more of the Prince
261
Advancing deeper into the Vale they encounter Donjalolo 263
263
Time and Temples
266
A pleasant Place for a Lounge
270
The House of the Afternoon
272
Babbalanja solus
275
The Center of many Circumferences
278
Donjalolo in the Bosom of his Family
280
Wherein Babbalanja relates the Adventure of one Karkeke in the Land of Shades
285
How Donjalolo sent Agents to the surrounding Isles with the Result
288
They visit the Tributary Islets
291
Taji sits down to Dinner with fiveandtwenty Kings and a royal Time they have
293
cIIAPTER PAGE 85 After Dinner
302
Of those Scamps the Plujii
304
NoraBamma
307
In a Calm Hautias Heralds approach
309
BraidBeard rehearses the Origin of the Isle of Rogues
311
Rare Sport at Ohonoo v w
314
Of King Uhia and his Subjects
317
The God Keevi and the Precipice of Mondo
319
Babbalanja steps in between Mohi and Yoomy and Yoomy relates a Legend
322
Of that jolly old Lord Borabolla and that jolly Island of his Mondoldo and of the Fishponds and the Hereafters of Fish
328
That jolly old Lord Borabolla laughs on both Sides of his Face
334
Samoa a Surgeon
338
Faith and Knowledge
341
The Tale of a Traveler
343
Marnee Ora Ora Marnee
345
The Pursuer himself is pursued
350
The Iris
355
They depart from Mondoldo
356
As they sail
358
Wherein Babbalanja broaches a diabolical Theory and in his own Person proves it
361

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