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CONTENTS.


Vol. I.




PART I.—THE SEA AND THE NIGHT.
I.—TWO PRELIMINARY CHAPTERS.
Page
I. Ursus 1
II. The Comprachicos 24
BOOK I.—Night not so black as Man.
Chapter
I. Portland Bill 40
II. Left Alone 47
III. Alone 51
IV. Questions 57
V. The Tree of Human Invention 60
VI. Struggle between Death and Night 66
VII. The North Point of Portland 73
BOOK II.—The Hooker at Sea.
I. Superhuman Laws 78
II. Our first Rough Sketches filled in 82
III. Troubled Men on the Troubled Sea 88
IV. A Cloud different from the Others enters on the Scene 93
V. Hardquanonne 103
VI. They think that Help is at Hand 106
VII. Superhuman Horrors 108
VIII. Nix et Nox 112
IX. The Charge confided to a Raging Sea 116
X. The Colossal Savage, the Storm 118
XI. The Caskets 123
XII. Face to Face with the Rock 126
XIII. Face to Face with Night 130
XIV. Ortach 132
XV. Portentosum Mare 134
XVI. The Problem suddenly works in Silence 140
XVII. The Last Resource 143
XVIII. The Highest Resource 147
BOOK III.—The Child in the Shadow.
I. Chesil 155
II. The Effect of Snow 161
III. A Burden makes a Rough Road rougher 166
IV. Another Kind of Desert 171
V. Misanthropy Plays its Pranks 176
VI. The Awaking 192




PART II.—BY ORDER OF THE KING.
BOOK I.—The Everlasting Presence of the Past—Man reflects Man.
I. Lord Clancharlie 196
II. Lord David Dirry-Moir 210
III. The Duchess Josiana 218
IV. The Leader of Fashion 229
V. Queen Anne 238
VI. Barkilphedro 247
VII. Barkilphedro gnaws his Way 254
VIII. Inferi 260
IX. Hate is as Strong as Love 263
X. The Flame which would be seen if Man were transparent 271
XI. Barkilphedro in Ambuscade 280
XII. Scotland, Ireland, and England 285
BOOK II.—Gwynplaine and Dea.
I. Wherein we see the Face of him of whom we have hitherto seen only the acts 295
II. Dea 301
III. "Oculos non habet, et videt" 304
IV. Well-matched Lovers 307
V. The Blue Sky through the Black Cloud 311
VI. Ursus as Tutor, and Ursus as Guardian 315
VII. Blindness gives Lessons in Clairvoyance 320
VIII. Not only Happiness, but Prosperity 324
IX. Absurdities which Folks without Taste call Poetry 330
X. An Outsider's View of Men and Things 337
XI. Gwynplaine thinks Justice, and Ursus speaks Truth 343
XII. Ursus the Poet drags on Ursus the Philosopher 353