The Writings of Herman Melville

By Hayford, Harrison
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Table of Contents
  • MARDI.
    • MARDI
    • CHAPTER I Foot In Stirrup
    • CHAPTER II A Calm
    • CHAPTER III A King For A Comrade
    • CHAPTER IV A Chat In The Clouds
    • CHAPTER V Seats Secured And Portmanteaus Packed
    • CHAPTER VI Eight Bells
    • CHAPTER VII A Pause
    • CHAPTER VIII They Push Off, Velis Et Remis
    • CHAPTER IX The Watery World Is All Before Them
    • CHAPTER X They Arrange Their Canopies And Lounges, And Try To Make Things Comfortable
    • CHAPTER XI Jarl Afflicted With The Lockjaw
    • CHAPTER XII More About Being In An Open Boat
    • CHAPTER XIII Of The Chondropterygii, And Other Uncouth Hordes Infesting The South Seas
    • CHAPTER XIV Jarl's Misgivings
    • CHAPTER XV A Stitch In Time Saves Nine
    • CHAPTER XVI They Are Becalmed
    • CHAPTER XVII In High Spirits, They Push On For The Terra Incognita
    • CHAPTER XVIII My Lord Shark And His Pages
    • CHAPTER XIX Who Goes There?
    • CHAPTER XX Noises And Portents
    • CHAPTER XXI Man Ho!
    • CHAPTER XXII What Befel The Brigantine At The Pearl Shell Islands
    • CHAPTER XXIII Sailing From The Island They Pillage The Cabin
    • CHAPTER XXIV Dedicated To The College Of Physicians And Surgeons
    • CHAPTER XXV Peril A Peace-Maker
    • CHAPTER XXVI Containing A Pennyweight Of Philosophy
    • CHAPTER XXVII In Which The Past History Op The Parki Is Concluded
    • CHAPTER XXVIII Suspicions Laid, And Something About The Calmuc
    • CHAPTER XXIX What They Lighted Upon In Further Searching The Craft, And The Resolution They Came To
    • CHAPTER XXX Hints For A Full Length Of Samoa
    • CHAPTER XXXI Rovings Alow And Aloft
    • CHAPTER XXXII Xiphius Platypterus
    • CHAPTER XXXIV How They Steered On Their Way
    • CHAPTER XXXV Ah, Annatoo!
    • CHAPTER XXXVI The Parki Gives Up The Ghost
    • CHAPTER XXXVII Once More They Take To The Chamois
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII The Sea On Fire
    • CHAPTER XXXIX They Fall In With Strangers
    • CHAPTER XL Sire And Sons
    • CHAPTER XLI A Fray
    • CHAPTER XLII Remorse
      • CHAPTER XLIII The Tent Entered
    • CHAPTER XLV Reminiscences
    • CHAPTER XLVI The Chamois With A Roving Commission
    • CHAPTER XLVII Yillah, Jarl, And Samoa
    • CHAPTER XLVIII Something Under The Surface
      • CHAPTER XLIX Yillah
      • CHAPTER L Yillah In Ardair
      • CHAPTER LI The Dream Begins To Fade
    • CHAPTER LII World Ho!
    • CHAPTER LIII The Chamois Ashore
    • CHAPTER LIV A Gentleman From The Sun
    • CHAPTER LV Tiffin In A Temple
    • CHAPTER LVI King Media A Host
    • CHAPTER LVII Taji Takes Counsel With Himself
    • CHAPTER LVIII Mardi By Night And Yillah By Day
    • CHAPTER LIX Their Morning Meal
    • CHAPTER LX Belshazzar On The Bench
    • CHAPTER LXI An Incognito
    • CHAPTER LXII Taji Retires From The World
    • CHAPTER LXIII Odo And Its Lord
    • CHAPTER LXIV Yillah A Phantom
    • CHAPTER LXV Taji Makes Three Acquaintances
    • CHAPTER LXVI With A Fair Wind, At Sunrise They Sail
    • CHAPTER LXVII Little King Peepi
    • CHAPTER LXVIII How Teeth Were Regarded In Valapee
    • CHAPTER LXIX The Company Discourse, And Braid-Beard Rehearses A Legend
    • CHAPTER LXX The Minstrel Leads Off With A Paddle-Song; And A Message Is Received From Abroad
    • CHAPTER LXXI They Land Upon The Island Of Juam
    • CHAPTER LXXII A Book From The Chronicles Of Mohi
    • CHAPTER LXXIII Something More Of The Prince
    • CHAPTER LXXIV Advancing Deeper Into The Vale, They Encounter Donjalolo
    • CHAPTER LXXV Time And Temples
    • CHAPTER LXXVI A Pleasant Place For A Lounge
    • CHAPTER LXXVII The House Of The Afternoon
    • CHAPTER LXXVIII Babbalanja Solus
    • CHAPTER LXXIX The Center Of Many Circumferences
    • CHAPTER LXXX Donjalolo In The Bosom Of His Family
    • CHAPTER LXXXI Wherein Babbalanja Relates The Adventure Of One Karkeke In The Land Of Shades
    • CHAPTER LXXXII How Donjalolo, Sent Agents To The Surrounding Isles; With The Result
    • CHAPTER LXXXIII They Visit The Tributary Islets
    • CHAPTER LXXXIV Taji Sits Down To Dinner With Five-And-Twenty Kings, And A Royal Time They Have
    • CHAPTER LXXXV After Dinner
    • CHAPTER LXXXVI Of Those Scamps The Plujii
    • CHAPTER LXXXVII Nora-Bamma
    • CHAPTER LXXXVIII In A Calm, Hautia's Heralds Approach
    • CHAPTER LXXXIX Braid-Beard Rehearses The Origin Of The Isle Of Rogues
    • CHAPTER XC Rare Sport At Ohonoo
    • CHAPTER XCI Of King Uhia And His Subjects
    • CHAPTER XCII The God Keevi And The Precipice Op Mondo
    • CHAPTER XCIII Babbalanja Steps In Between Mohi And Yoomy; And Yoomy Relates A Legend
    • CHAPTER XCIV Of That Jolly Old Lord, Borabolla; And That Jolly Island Of His, Mondoldo; And Of The Fish-Ponds, And The Hereafters Of Fish
    • CHAPTER XCV That Jolly Old Lord Borabolla Laughs On Both Sides Of His Face
  • CHAPTER XCVI Samoa A Surgeon
    • CHAPTER XCVII Faith And Knowledge
    • CHAPTER XCVIII The Tale Of A Traveler
    • CHAPTER XCIX "Marnee Ora, Ora Marnee"
    • CHAPTER C The Pursuer Himself Is Pursued
    • CHAPTER CI The Iris
    • CHAPTER CII They Depart From Mondoldo
    • CHAPTER CIII As They Sail
    • CHAPTER CIV Wherein Babbalanja Broaches A Diabolical Theory, And, In His Own Person, Proves It
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