Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Vol. VIII
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  • LIBRARY OF THE
  • WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE
    • ANCIENT AND MODERN CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
      • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
        • Connoisseur Edition Vol. VIII.
        • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. VIII.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
      • Connoisseur Edition
    • HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE GEORGE HENRY WARNER
      • Connoisseur Edition Vol. VIII.
      • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition Vol. VIII.
    • NEW YORK THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
    • Connoisseur Edition
    • THE ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • VOL. VIII
    • VOL. VIII
    • FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS
      • VOLUME VIII
      • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • VOLUME VIII
    • VIGNETTE PORTRAITS
    • JOHN CALVIN
      • (1509-1564)
      • PREFATORY ADDRESS TO THE 'INSTITUTES'
      • ELECTION AND PREDESTINATION
        • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
      • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
      • FREEDOM OF THE WILL
        • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
      • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
    • (1509-1564)
    • PREFATORY ADDRESS TO THE 'INSTITUTES'
    • ELECTION AND PREDESTINATION
      • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
    • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
    • FREEDOM OF THE WILL
      • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
    • From the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion'
    • LUIZ VAZ DE CAMOENS
      • (1524?-1580)
      • THE LUSIADS
        • Canto I
        • Canto III
      • Canto I
      • Canto III
      • THE CANZON OF LIFE
        • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
        • X
        • XI
        • XII
        • L'Envoi
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • L'Envoi
      • ADIEU TO COIMBRA
    • (1524?-1580)
    • THE LUSIADS
      • Canto I
      • Canto III
    • Canto I
    • Canto III
    • THE CANZON OF LIFE
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • L'Envoi
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • L'Envoi
    • ADIEU TO COIMBRA
    • THOMAS CAMPBELL
      • (1777-1844)
      • HOPE
        • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • THE FALL OF POLAND
        • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • THE SLAVE
        • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • DEATH AND A FUTURE LIFE
        • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
      • LOCHIEL'S WARNING
        • WIZARD
        • LOCHIEL
        • WIZARD
        • LOCHIEL
        • WIZARD
        • LOCHIEL
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
      • THE SOLDIER'S DREAM
      • LORD ULLIN'S DAUGHTER
      • THE EXILE OF ERIN
      • YE MARINERS OF ENGLAND
      • HOHENLINDEN
      • THE BATTLE OF COPENHAGEN
      • FROM THE 'ODE TO WINTER'
    • (1777-1844)
    • HOPE
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • THE FALL OF POLAND
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • THE SLAVE
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • DEATH AND A FUTURE LIFE
      • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • From the 'Pleasures of Hope'
    • LOCHIEL'S WARNING
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
      • WIZARD
      • LOCHIEL
    • WIZARD
    • LOCHIEL
    • WIZARD
    • LOCHIEL
    • WIZARD
    • LOCHIEL
    • THE SOLDIER'S DREAM
    • LORD ULLIN'S DAUGHTER
    • THE EXILE OF ERIN
    • YE MARINERS OF ENGLAND
    • HOHENLINDEN
    • THE BATTLE OF COPENHAGEN
    • FROM THE 'ODE TO WINTER'
    • CAMPION
      • (-1619)
      • A HYMN IN PRAISE OF NEPTUNE
      • OF CORINNA'S SINGING
      • FROM 'DIVINE AND MORAL SONGS'
        • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
      • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
      • TO A COQUETTE
        • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
      • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
      • SONGS FROM 'LIGHT CONCEITS OF LOVERS'
    • (-1619)
    • A HYMN IN PRAISE OF NEPTUNE
    • OF CORINNA'S SINGING
    • FROM 'DIVINE AND MORAL SONGS'
      • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
    • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
    • TO A COQUETTE
      • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
    • (A. H. Bullen's modern text)
    • SONGS FROM 'LIGHT CONCEITS OF LOVERS'
    • GEORGE CANNING
      • (1770-1827)
        • THE UNBELOVED
      • THE UNBELOVED
      • ROGERO'S SOLILOQUY
        • From 'The Rovers; or the Double Arrangement'
        • ACT I
        • SONG
      • From 'The Rovers; or the Double Arrangement'
      • ACT I
      • SONG
      • THE FRIEND OF HUMANITY AND THE KNIFE-GRINDER
        • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
        • KNIFE-GRINDER
        • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
      • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
      • KNIFE-GRINDER
      • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
      • ON THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION
        • From the 'Speech on Parliamentary Reform'
      • From the 'Speech on Parliamentary Reform'
      • ON BROUGHAM AND SOUTH AMERICA
    • (1770-1827)
      • THE UNBELOVED
    • THE UNBELOVED
    • ROGERO'S SOLILOQUY
      • From 'The Rovers; or the Double Arrangement'
      • ACT I
      • SONG
    • From 'The Rovers; or the Double Arrangement'
    • ACT I
    • SONG
    • THE FRIEND OF HUMANITY AND THE KNIFE-GRINDER
      • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
      • KNIFE-GRINDER
      • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
    • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
    • KNIFE-GRINDER
    • FRIEND OF HUMANITY
    • ON THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION
      • From the 'Speech on Parliamentary Reform'
    • From the 'Speech on Parliamentary Reform'
    • ON BROUGHAM AND SOUTH AMERICA
    • CESARE CANTÙ
      • (1805-1895)
      • THE EXECUTION
        • From 'Margherita Pusterla'
      • From 'Margherita Pusterla'
    • (1805-1895)
    • THE EXECUTION
      • From 'Margherita Pusterla'
    • From 'Margherita Pusterla'
    • GIOSUE CARDUCCI
      • (1836-)
      • ROMA
        • From the 'Poesie'
      • From the 'Poesie'
      • HOMER
        • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • IN A GOTHIC CHURCH
        • From the 'Poesie'
      • From the 'Poesie'
      • ON THE SIXTH CENTENARY OF DANTE
        • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • THE OX
        • From the 'Poesie'
      • From the 'Poesie'
      • DANTE
        • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
      • TO SATAN
        • From the 'Poesie'
      • From the 'Poesie'
      • TO AURORA
        • From the 'Odi Barbare'
      • From the 'Odi Barbare'
      • RUIT HORA
      • THE MOTHER
        • (A Group by Adrian Cecioni)
      • (A Group by Adrian Cecioni)
    • (1836-)
    • ROMA
      • From the 'Poesie'
    • From the 'Poesie'
    • HOMER
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • IN A GOTHIC CHURCH
      • From the 'Poesie'
    • From the 'Poesie'
    • ON THE SIXTH CENTENARY OF DANTE
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • THE OX
      • From the 'Poesie'
    • From the 'Poesie'
    • DANTE
      • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • From the 'Levia Gravia'
    • TO SATAN
      • From the 'Poesie'
    • From the 'Poesie'
    • TO AURORA
      • From the 'Odi Barbare'
    • From the 'Odi Barbare'
    • RUIT HORA
    • THE MOTHER
      • (A Group by Adrian Cecioni)
    • (A Group by Adrian Cecioni)
    • THOMAS CAREW
      • (1598?-1639)
      • A SONG
      • THE PROTESTATION
      • SONG
      • THE SPRING
      • THE INQUIRY[1]
    • (1598?-1639)
    • A SONG
    • THE PROTESTATION
    • SONG
    • THE SPRING
    • THE INQUIRY[1]
    • EMILIA FLYGARE-CARLÉN
      • (1807-1892)
      • THE PURSUIT OF THE SMUGGLERS
        • From 'The Merchant House among the Islands'
      • From 'The Merchant House among the Islands'
    • (1807-1892)
    • THE PURSUIT OF THE SMUGGLERS
      • From 'The Merchant House among the Islands'
    • From 'The Merchant House among the Islands'
    • THOMAS CARLYLE
      • (1795-1881)
      • LABOR
        • From 'Past and Present'
      • From 'Past and Present'
      • THE WORLD IN CLOTHES
        • From 'Sartor Resartus'
      • From 'Sartor Resartus'
      • DANTE
        • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
      • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
      • CROMWELL
        • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
      • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
      • THE PROCESSION
        • From 'The French Revolution'
      • From 'The French Revolution'
      • THE SIEGE OF THE BASTILLE
        • From 'The French Revolution'
      • From 'The French Revolution'
      • CHARLOTTE CORDAY
        • From 'The French Revolution'
      • From 'The French Revolution'
      • THE SCAPEGOAT
        • From the 'French Revolution'
      • From the 'French Revolution'
    • (1795-1881)
    • LABOR
      • From 'Past and Present'
    • From 'Past and Present'
    • THE WORLD IN CLOTHES
      • From 'Sartor Resartus'
    • From 'Sartor Resartus'
    • DANTE
      • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
    • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
    • CROMWELL
      • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
    • From 'Heroes and Hero-Worship'
    • THE PROCESSION
      • From 'The French Revolution'
    • From 'The French Revolution'
    • THE SIEGE OF THE BASTILLE
      • From 'The French Revolution'
    • From 'The French Revolution'
    • CHARLOTTE CORDAY
      • From 'The French Revolution'
    • From 'The French Revolution'
    • THE SCAPEGOAT
      • From the 'French Revolution'
    • From the 'French Revolution'
    • BLISS CARMAN
      • (1861-)
      • HACK AND HEW
      • AT THE GRANITE GATE
      • A SEA CHILD
    • (1861-)
    • HACK AND HEW
    • AT THE GRANITE GATE
    • A SEA CHILD
    • LEWIS CARROLL
      • (CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON)
        • (1832-)
      • (1832-)
      • ALICE, THE PIG-BABY, AND THE CHESHIRE CAT
        • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
      • THE MOCK-TURTLE'S EDUCATION
        • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
      • A CLEAR STATEMENT
        • From 'Alice in Wonderland'
      • From 'Alice in Wonderland'
      • THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER
        • From 'Through the Looking-Glass'
      • From 'Through the Looking-Glass'
      • THE BAKER'S TALE
        • From 'The Hunting of the Snark'
      • From 'The Hunting of the Snark'
      • YOU ARE OLD, FATHER WILLIAM
        • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • (CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON)
      • (1832-)
    • (1832-)
    • ALICE, THE PIG-BABY, AND THE CHESHIRE CAT
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • THE MOCK-TURTLE'S EDUCATION
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • A CLEAR STATEMENT
      • From 'Alice in Wonderland'
    • From 'Alice in Wonderland'
    • THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER
      • From 'Through the Looking-Glass'
    • From 'Through the Looking-Glass'
    • THE BAKER'S TALE
      • From 'The Hunting of the Snark'
    • From 'The Hunting of the Snark'
    • YOU ARE OLD, FATHER WILLIAM
      • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • From 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'
    • CASANOVA
      • (JEAN JACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT)
        • (1725-1803)
      • (1725-1803)
      • CASANOVA'S ESCAPE FROM THE DUCAL PALACE
        • From 'The Escapes of Casanova and Latude from Prison'
      • From 'The Escapes of Casanova and Latude from Prison'
    • (JEAN JACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT)
      • (1725-1803)
    • (1725-1803)
    • CASANOVA'S ESCAPE FROM THE DUCAL PALACE
      • From 'The Escapes of Casanova and Latude from Prison'
    • From 'The Escapes of Casanova and Latude from Prison'
    • BARTOLOMEO DE LAS CASAS
      • (1474-1566)
      • OF THE ISLAND OF CUBA
        • From 'A Relation of the First Voyage'
      • From 'A Relation of the First Voyage'
    • (1474-1566)
    • OF THE ISLAND OF CUBA
      • From 'A Relation of the First Voyage'
    • From 'A Relation of the First Voyage'
    • BALDASSARE CASTIGLIONE
      • (1478-1529)
      • OF THE COURT OF URBINO
        • From 'Il Cortegiano'
      • From 'Il Cortegiano'
    • (1478-1529)
    • OF THE COURT OF URBINO
      • From 'Il Cortegiano'
    • From 'Il Cortegiano'
    • CATO THE CENSOR
      • (234-149 B.C.)
      • ON AGRICULTURE
        • From 'De Agricultura.'
      • From 'De Agricultura.'
      • FROM THE 'ATTIC NIGHTS' OF AULUS GELLIUS
    • (234-149 B.C.)
    • ON AGRICULTURE
      • From 'De Agricultura.'
    • From 'De Agricultura.'
    • FROM THE 'ATTIC NIGHTS' OF AULUS GELLIUS
    • JACOB CATS
      • (1577-1660)
      • FEAR AFTER THE TROUBLE
      • "A RICH MAN LOSES HIS CHILD, A POOR MAN LOSES HIS COW"
    • (1577-1660)
    • FEAR AFTER THE TROUBLE
    • "A RICH MAN LOSES HIS CHILD, A POOR MAN LOSES HIS COW"
    • CATULLUS
      • (84-54 B.C.?)
      • DEDICATION FOR A VOLUME OF LYRICS
      • A MORNING CALL
      • HOME TO SIRMIO
      • HEART-BREAK
      • TO CALVUS IN BEREAVEMENT
      • THE PINNACE
      • AN INVITATION TO DINNER
      • A BROTHER'S GRAVE
      • FAREWELL TO HIS FELLOW-OFFICERS
      • VERSES FROM AN EPITHALAMIUM
      • LOVE IS ALL
      • ELEGY ON LESBIA'S SPARROW
      • "FICKLE AND CHANGEABLE EVER"
      • TWO CHORDS
      • LAST WORD TO LESBIA
    • (84-54 B.C.?)
    • DEDICATION FOR A VOLUME OF LYRICS
    • A MORNING CALL
    • HOME TO SIRMIO
    • HEART-BREAK
    • TO CALVUS IN BEREAVEMENT
    • THE PINNACE
    • AN INVITATION TO DINNER
    • A BROTHER'S GRAVE
    • FAREWELL TO HIS FELLOW-OFFICERS
    • VERSES FROM AN EPITHALAMIUM
    • LOVE IS ALL
    • ELEGY ON LESBIA'S SPARROW
    • "FICKLE AND CHANGEABLE EVER"
    • TWO CHORDS
    • LAST WORD TO LESBIA
    • BENVENUTO CELLINI
      • (1500-1571)
      • THE ESCAPE FROM PRISON
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • THE CASTING OF PERSEUS
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • A NECKLACE OF PEARLS
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • HOW BENVENUTO LOST HIS BROTHER
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • AN ADVENTURE IN NECROMANCY
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • BENVENUTO LOSES SELF-CONTROL UNDER SEVERE PROVOCATION
        • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • (1500-1571)
    • THE ESCAPE FROM PRISON
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • THE CASTING OF PERSEUS
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • A NECKLACE OF PEARLS
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • HOW BENVENUTO LOST HIS BROTHER
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • AN ADVENTURE IN NECROMANCY
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • BENVENUTO LOSES SELF-CONTROL UNDER SEVERE PROVOCATION
      • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • From the 'Memoirs': Symonds's Translation
    • CELTIC LITERATURE
      • I—IRISH
        • THE MILLER OF HELL
        • SIGNS OF HOME
        • OISIN IN TIRNANOGE; or The Last of the Feni
        • FROM 'THE COMING OF CUCULAIN'
        • I
        • II
        • THE MYSTERY OF AMERGIN
        • THE SONG OF FIONN
        • VISION OF A FAIR WOMAN
        • THE MADNESS OF KING GOLL
      • THE MILLER OF HELL
      • SIGNS OF HOME
      • OISIN IN TIRNANOGE; or The Last of the Feni
      • FROM 'THE COMING OF CUCULAIN'
      • I
      • II
      • THE MYSTERY OF AMERGIN
      • THE SONG OF FIONN
      • VISION OF A FAIR WOMAN
      • THE MADNESS OF KING GOLL
      • II—SCOTTISH
        • ST. BRIDGET'S MILKING SONG
        • PROLOGUE TO GAUL
        • COLUMCILLE FECIT (St. Columba Made It)
        • IN HEBRID SEAS
      • ST. BRIDGET'S MILKING SONG
      • PROLOGUE TO GAUL
      • COLUMCILLE FECIT (St. Columba Made It)
      • IN HEBRID SEAS
      • III—WELSH
      • IV—CORNISH
        • FROM THE 'POEM OF THE PASSION' [The Death of Our Lord on the Cross]
        • FROM 'ORIGO MUNDI,' IN THE 'ORDINALIA'
      • FROM THE 'POEM OF THE PASSION' [The Death of Our Lord on the Cross]
      • FROM 'ORIGO MUNDI,' IN THE 'ORDINALIA'
    • I—IRISH
      • THE MILLER OF HELL
      • SIGNS OF HOME
      • OISIN IN TIRNANOGE; or The Last of the Feni
      • FROM 'THE COMING OF CUCULAIN'
      • I
      • II
      • THE MYSTERY OF AMERGIN
      • THE SONG OF FIONN
      • VISION OF A FAIR WOMAN
      • THE MADNESS OF KING GOLL
    • THE MILLER OF HELL
    • SIGNS OF HOME
    • OISIN IN TIRNANOGE; or The Last of the Feni
    • FROM 'THE COMING OF CUCULAIN'
    • I
    • II
    • THE MYSTERY OF AMERGIN
    • THE SONG OF FIONN
    • VISION OF A FAIR WOMAN
    • THE MADNESS OF KING GOLL
    • II—SCOTTISH
      • ST. BRIDGET'S MILKING SONG
      • PROLOGUE TO GAUL
      • COLUMCILLE FECIT (St. Columba Made It)
      • IN HEBRID SEAS
    • ST. BRIDGET'S MILKING SONG
    • PROLOGUE TO GAUL
    • COLUMCILLE FECIT (St. Columba Made It)
    • IN HEBRID SEAS
    • III—WELSH
    • IV—CORNISH
      • FROM THE 'POEM OF THE PASSION' [The Death of Our Lord on the Cross]
      • FROM 'ORIGO MUNDI,' IN THE 'ORDINALIA'
    • FROM THE 'POEM OF THE PASSION' [The Death of Our Lord on the Cross]
    • FROM 'ORIGO MUNDI,' IN THE 'ORDINALIA'
    • CERVANTES
      • (1547-1616)
      • TREATING OF THE CHARACTER AND PURSUITS OF DON QUIXOTE
      • OF WHAT HAPPENED TO DON QUIXOTE WHEN HE LEFT THE INN
      • DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA SALLY FORTH: AND THE ADVENTURE WITH THE WINDMILLS
      • SANCHO PANZA AND HIS WIFE TERESA CONVERSE SHREWDLY
      • OF SANCHO PANZA'S DELECTABLE DISCOURSE WITH THE DUCHESS
      • SANCHO PANZA AS GOVERNOR
        • Don Quixote of La Mancha's Letter to Sancha Panza, Governor of the Island of Barataria
        • Sancho Panza's Letter to Don Quixote of La Mancha
      • Don Quixote of La Mancha's Letter to Sancha Panza, Governor of the Island of Barataria
      • Sancho Panza's Letter to Don Quixote of La Mancha
      • THE ENDING OF ALL DON QUIXOTE'S ADVENTURES
        • Of How Don Quixote Fell Sick, and of the Will He Made, and How He Died
      • Of How Don Quixote Fell Sick, and of the Will He Made, and How He Died
    • (1547-1616)
    • TREATING OF THE CHARACTER AND PURSUITS OF DON QUIXOTE
    • OF WHAT HAPPENED TO DON QUIXOTE WHEN HE LEFT THE INN
    • DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA SALLY FORTH: AND THE ADVENTURE WITH THE WINDMILLS
    • SANCHO PANZA AND HIS WIFE TERESA CONVERSE SHREWDLY
    • OF SANCHO PANZA'S DELECTABLE DISCOURSE WITH THE DUCHESS
    • SANCHO PANZA AS GOVERNOR
      • Don Quixote of La Mancha's Letter to Sancha Panza, Governor of the Island of Barataria
      • Sancho Panza's Letter to Don Quixote of La Mancha
    • Don Quixote of La Mancha's Letter to Sancha Panza, Governor of the Island of Barataria
    • Sancho Panza's Letter to Don Quixote of La Mancha
    • THE ENDING OF ALL DON QUIXOTE'S ADVENTURES
      • Of How Don Quixote Fell Sick, and of the Will He Made, and How He Died
    • Of How Don Quixote Fell Sick, and of the Will He Made, and How He Died
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