Asmodeus; or, The Devil on Two Sticks
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Asmodeus; or, The Devil on Two Sticks

By Alain-René le Sage
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  • ASMODEUS;
  • OR,
  • The Devil on Two Sticks.
    • WITH A BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF THE AUTHOR,
      • Illustrated by TONY JOHANNOT.
      • [Translated by Joseph Thomas.]
      • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
      • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • Illustrated by TONY JOHANNOT.
    • [Translated by Joseph Thomas.]
    • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • NOTICE OF LE SAGE.
    • NOTICE OF LE SAGE.
    • ASMODEUS; OR, THE DEVIL ON TWO STICKS.
      • WHAT SORT OF A DEVIL HE OF THE TWO STICKS WAS—WHEN AND BY WHAT ACCIDENT DON CLEOPHAS LEANDRO PEREZ ZAMBULLO FIRST GAINED THE HONOUR OF HIS ACQUAINTANCE.
      • WHAT FOLLOWED THE DELIVERANCE OF ASMODEUS.
      • WHERE THE DEVIL TRANSLATED THE STUDENT; AND THE FIRST FRUITS OF HIS ECCLESIASTICAL ELEVATION.
      • STORY OF THE LOVES OF THE COUNT DE BELFLOR AND LEONORA DE CESPEDES.
      • CONTINUATION OF THE STORY OF THE LOVES OF THE COUNT DE BELFLOR AND LEONORA DE CESPEDES.
      • NEW OBJECTS DISPLAYED TO DON CLEOPHAS; AND HIS REVENGE ON DONNA THOMASA.
      • THE PRISON, AND THE PRISONERS.
      • OF VARIOUS PERSONS EXHIBITED TO DON CLEOPHAS BY ASMODEUS, WHO REVEALS TO THE STUDENT WHAT EACH HAS DONE IN HIS DAY.
      • THE MADHOUSE, AND ITS INMATES.
      • THE SUBJECT OF WHICH IS INEXHAUSTIBLE.
      • OF THE FIRE, AND THE DOINGS OF ASMODEUS ON THE OCCASION, OUT OF FRIENDSHIP FOR DON CLEOPHAS.
      • OF THE TOMBS, OF THEIR SHADES, AND OF DEATH.
      • THE FORCE OF FRIENDSHIP.
      • THE SQUABBLE BETWEEN THE TRAGIC POET AND THE COMIC AUTHOR.
      • CONTINUATION, AND CONCLUSION, OF THE FORCE OF FRIENDSHIP.
      • THE DREAMERS.
      • IN WHICH ORIGINALS ARE SEEN OF WHOM COPIES ARE RIFE.
      • RELATING TO OTHER MATTERS WHICH THE DEVIL EXHIBITED TO THE STUDENT.
      • THE CAPTIVES.
      • OF THE LAST HISTORY RELATED BY ASMODEUS: HOW, WHILE CONCLUDING IT, HE WAS SUDDENLY INTERRUPTED; AND OF THE DISAGREEABLE MANNER, FOR THE WITTY DEMON, IN WHICH HE AND DON CLEOPHAS WERE SEPARATED.
      • OF THE DOINGS OF DON CLEOPHAS AFTER ASMODEUS HAD LEFT HIM; AND OF THE MODE IN WHICH THE AUTHOR OF THIS WORK HAS THOUGHT FIT TO END IT.
    • WHAT SORT OF A DEVIL HE OF THE TWO STICKS WAS—WHEN AND BY WHAT ACCIDENT DON CLEOPHAS LEANDRO PEREZ ZAMBULLO FIRST GAINED THE HONOUR OF HIS ACQUAINTANCE.
    • WHAT FOLLOWED THE DELIVERANCE OF ASMODEUS.
    • WHERE THE DEVIL TRANSLATED THE STUDENT; AND THE FIRST FRUITS OF HIS ECCLESIASTICAL ELEVATION.
    • STORY OF THE LOVES OF THE COUNT DE BELFLOR AND LEONORA DE CESPEDES.
    • CONTINUATION OF THE STORY OF THE LOVES OF THE COUNT DE BELFLOR AND LEONORA DE CESPEDES.
    • NEW OBJECTS DISPLAYED TO DON CLEOPHAS; AND HIS REVENGE ON DONNA THOMASA.
    • THE PRISON, AND THE PRISONERS.
    • OF VARIOUS PERSONS EXHIBITED TO DON CLEOPHAS BY ASMODEUS, WHO REVEALS TO THE STUDENT WHAT EACH HAS DONE IN HIS DAY.
    • THE MADHOUSE, AND ITS INMATES.
    • THE SUBJECT OF WHICH IS INEXHAUSTIBLE.
    • OF THE FIRE, AND THE DOINGS OF ASMODEUS ON THE OCCASION, OUT OF FRIENDSHIP FOR DON CLEOPHAS.
    • OF THE TOMBS, OF THEIR SHADES, AND OF DEATH.
    • THE FORCE OF FRIENDSHIP.
    • THE SQUABBLE BETWEEN THE TRAGIC POET AND THE COMIC AUTHOR.
    • CONTINUATION, AND CONCLUSION, OF THE FORCE OF FRIENDSHIP.
    • THE DREAMERS.
    • IN WHICH ORIGINALS ARE SEEN OF WHOM COPIES ARE RIFE.
    • RELATING TO OTHER MATTERS WHICH THE DEVIL EXHIBITED TO THE STUDENT.
    • THE CAPTIVES.
    • OF THE LAST HISTORY RELATED BY ASMODEUS: HOW, WHILE CONCLUDING IT, HE WAS SUDDENLY INTERRUPTED; AND OF THE DISAGREEABLE MANNER, FOR THE WITTY DEMON, IN WHICH HE AND DON CLEOPHAS WERE SEPARATED.
    • OF THE DOINGS OF DON CLEOPHAS AFTER ASMODEUS HAD LEFT HIM; AND OF THE MODE IN WHICH THE AUTHOR OF THIS WORK HAS THOUGHT FIT TO END IT.
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