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CONTENTS.


Vol. II.




BOOK III.—The Beginning of the Fissure.
Chapter Page
I. The Tadcaster Inn 1
II. Open-air Eloquence 6
III. Where the Passer-by reappears 12
IV. Contraries fraternize in Hate 19
V. The Wapentake 25
VI. The Mouse examined by the Cats 30
VII. Why should a Gold Piece Lower Itself by mixing with a Heap of Pennies? 40
VIII. Symptoms of Poisoning 48
IX. Abyssus Abyssum vocat 53
BOOK IV.—The Cell of Torture.
I. The Temptation of Saint Gwynplaine 63
II. From Gay to Grave 72
III. Lex, Rex, Fex 80
IV. Ursus plays the Spy on the Police 84
V. A Fearful Place 90
VI. The Kind of Magistracy under the Wigs of Former Days 93
VII. Shuddering 98
VIII. Lamentation 100
BOOK V.—The Sea and Fate are moved by the same Breath.
I. The Durability of Fragile Things 116
II. The Waif knows its Own Course 127
III. An Awakening 141
IV. Fascination 145
V. We think we remember; we forget 153
BOOK VI.—Ursus under Different Aspects.
I. What the Misanthrope said 161
II. What he did 166
III. Complications 180
IV. Mœnibus Surdis Campana Muta 184
V. State Policy deals with Little Matters as well as with Great 191
BOOK VII.—The Titaness.
I. The Awakening 202
II. The Resemblance of a Palace to a Wood 206
III. Eve 211
IV. Satan 220
V. They recognize, but do not know, Each Other 234
BOOK VIII.—The Capitol and Things around it.
I. Analysis of Majestic Matters 238
II. Impartiality 254
III. The Old Hall 264
IV. The Old Chamber 271
V. Aristocratic Gossip 278
VI. The High and the Low 288
VII. Storms of Men are Worse than Storms of Oceans 293
VIII. He would be a Good Brother, were he not a Good Son 314
BOOK IX.—In Ruins.
I. It is through Excess of Greatness that Man reaches Excess of Misery 320
II. The Dregs 325
CONCLUSION.—The Night and the Sea.
I. A Wolf may prove a Guardian Angel 346
II. Barkilphedro, having aimed at the Eagle, brings down the Dove 351
III. Paradise regained Below 360
IV. Nay; on High! 367