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The Water of the Wondrous Isles

By William Morris
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  • The Water of the Wondrous Isles, by William Morris
  • THE WATER OF THE WONDROUS ISLES
    • THE FIRST PART: OF THE HOUSE OF CAPTIVITY
      • CHAPTER I.  CATCH AT UTTERHAY
      • CHAPTER II.  NOW SHALL BE TOLD OF THE HOUSE BY THE WATER-SIDE
      • CHAPTER III.  OF SKIN-CHANGING
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE WAXING OF THE STOLEN CHILD
      • CHAPTER V.  OF BIRDALONE, AND HOW SHE IS GROWN INTO MAIDENHOOD
      • CHAPTER VI.  HEREIN IS TOLD OF BIRDALONE’S RAIMENT
      • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE HATH AN ADVENTURE IN THE WOOD
      • CHAPTER VIII.  OF BIRDALONE AND THE WITCH-WIFE
      • CHAPTER IX.  OF BIRDALONE’S SWIMMING
      • CHAPTER X.  BIRDALONE COMES ON NEW TIDINGS
      • CHAPTER XI.  OF BIRDALONE’S GUILT AND THE CHASTISEMENT THEREOF
      • CHAPTER XII.  THE WORDS OF THE WITCH-WIFE TO BIRDALONE
      • CHAPTER XIII.  BIRDALONE MEETETH THE WOOD-WOMAN AGAIN
      • CHAPTER XIV.  OF BIRDALONE’S FISHING
      • CHAPTER XV.  BIRDALONE WEARETH HER SERPENT-RING
      • CHAPTER XVI.  BIRDALONE MEETETH HABUNDIA AGAIN; AND LEARNETH HER FIRST WISDOM OF HER
      • CHAPTER XVII.  THE PASSING OF THE YEAR INTO WINTER
      • CHAPTER XVIII.  OF SPRING-TIDE AND THE MIND OF BIRDALONE
      • CHAPTER XIX.  THEY BID FAREWELL, BIRDALONE AND THE WOOD-MOTHER
      • CHAPTER XX.  OF BIRDALONE AND THE SENDING BOAT
    • CHAPTER I.  CATCH AT UTTERHAY
    • CHAPTER II.  NOW SHALL BE TOLD OF THE HOUSE BY THE WATER-SIDE
    • CHAPTER III.  OF SKIN-CHANGING
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE WAXING OF THE STOLEN CHILD
    • CHAPTER V.  OF BIRDALONE, AND HOW SHE IS GROWN INTO MAIDENHOOD
    • CHAPTER VI.  HEREIN IS TOLD OF BIRDALONE’S RAIMENT
    • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE HATH AN ADVENTURE IN THE WOOD
    • CHAPTER VIII.  OF BIRDALONE AND THE WITCH-WIFE
    • CHAPTER IX.  OF BIRDALONE’S SWIMMING
    • CHAPTER X.  BIRDALONE COMES ON NEW TIDINGS
    • CHAPTER XI.  OF BIRDALONE’S GUILT AND THE CHASTISEMENT THEREOF
    • CHAPTER XII.  THE WORDS OF THE WITCH-WIFE TO BIRDALONE
    • CHAPTER XIII.  BIRDALONE MEETETH THE WOOD-WOMAN AGAIN
    • CHAPTER XIV.  OF BIRDALONE’S FISHING
    • CHAPTER XV.  BIRDALONE WEARETH HER SERPENT-RING
    • CHAPTER XVI.  BIRDALONE MEETETH HABUNDIA AGAIN; AND LEARNETH HER FIRST WISDOM OF HER
    • CHAPTER XVII.  THE PASSING OF THE YEAR INTO WINTER
    • CHAPTER XVIII.  OF SPRING-TIDE AND THE MIND OF BIRDALONE
    • CHAPTER XIX.  THEY BID FAREWELL, BIRDALONE AND THE WOOD-MOTHER
    • CHAPTER XX.  OF BIRDALONE AND THE SENDING BOAT
    • THE SECOND PART: OF THE WONDROUS ISLES
      • CHAPTER I.  THE FIRST ISLE
      • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE FALLETH IN WITH NEW FRIENDS
      • CHAPTER III.  BIRDALONE IS BROUGHT BEFORE THE WITCH-WIFE’S SISTER
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE WITCH’S PRISON IN THE WAILING-TOWER
      • CHAPTER V.  THEY FEAST IN THE WITCH’S PRISON
      • CHAPTER VI.  ATRA TELLS OF HOW THEY THREE CAME UNTO THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT
      • CHAPTER VII.  THE THREE DAMSELS TAKE BIRDALONE OUT OF THE WITCH’S PRISON
      • CHAPTER VIII.  IN WHAT WISE BIRDALONE WAS CLAD, AND HOW SHE WENT HER WAYS FROM THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT
      • CHAPTER IX.  HOW BIRDALONE CAME TO THE ISLE OF THE YOUNG AND THE OLD
      • CHAPTER X.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE ISLE OF THE QUEENS
      • CHAPTER XI.  AND NOW SHE COMES TO THE ISLE OF THE KINGS
      • CHAPTER XII.  OF BIRDALONE, HOW SHE CAME UNTO THE ISLE OF NOTHING
    • CHAPTER I.  THE FIRST ISLE
    • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE FALLETH IN WITH NEW FRIENDS
    • CHAPTER III.  BIRDALONE IS BROUGHT BEFORE THE WITCH-WIFE’S SISTER
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE WITCH’S PRISON IN THE WAILING-TOWER
    • CHAPTER V.  THEY FEAST IN THE WITCH’S PRISON
    • CHAPTER VI.  ATRA TELLS OF HOW THEY THREE CAME UNTO THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT
    • CHAPTER VII.  THE THREE DAMSELS TAKE BIRDALONE OUT OF THE WITCH’S PRISON
    • CHAPTER VIII.  IN WHAT WISE BIRDALONE WAS CLAD, AND HOW SHE WENT HER WAYS FROM THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT
    • CHAPTER IX.  HOW BIRDALONE CAME TO THE ISLE OF THE YOUNG AND THE OLD
    • CHAPTER X.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE ISLE OF THE QUEENS
    • CHAPTER XI.  AND NOW SHE COMES TO THE ISLE OF THE KINGS
    • CHAPTER XII.  OF BIRDALONE, HOW SHE CAME UNTO THE ISLE OF NOTHING
    • THE THIRD PART: OF THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER I.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER II.  OF BIRDALONE, AND HOW SHE RESTED THE NIGHT THROUGH IN A BOWER WITHOUT THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER III.  HOW BIRDALONE DIGHT HER FOR MEETING THE CHAMPIONS OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER IV.  AND NOW SHE MEETS THE CHAMPIONS
      • CHAPTER V.  BIRDALONE HAS TRUE TOKENS FROM THE CHAMPIONS OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER VI.  HOW THE CHAMPIONS WOULD DO BIRDALONE TO BE CLAD ANEW IN THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER VII.  OF BIRDALONE, HOW SHE TOLD THE CHAMPIONS ALL HER TALE
      • CHAPTER VIII.  IN THE MEANWHILE OF THE DEPARTING OF THE CHAMPIONS, THEY WOULD PLEASURE BIRDALONE WITH FEATS OF ARMS AND GAMES OF PROWESS
      • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE COMETH BEFORE THE CHAMPIONS IN HER NEW ARRAY
      • CHAPTER X.  THE CHAMPIONS GO THEIR WAYS IN THE SENDING BOAT
    • CHAPTER I.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER II.  OF BIRDALONE, AND HOW SHE RESTED THE NIGHT THROUGH IN A BOWER WITHOUT THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER III.  HOW BIRDALONE DIGHT HER FOR MEETING THE CHAMPIONS OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER IV.  AND NOW SHE MEETS THE CHAMPIONS
    • CHAPTER V.  BIRDALONE HAS TRUE TOKENS FROM THE CHAMPIONS OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER VI.  HOW THE CHAMPIONS WOULD DO BIRDALONE TO BE CLAD ANEW IN THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER VII.  OF BIRDALONE, HOW SHE TOLD THE CHAMPIONS ALL HER TALE
    • CHAPTER VIII.  IN THE MEANWHILE OF THE DEPARTING OF THE CHAMPIONS, THEY WOULD PLEASURE BIRDALONE WITH FEATS OF ARMS AND GAMES OF PROWESS
    • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE COMETH BEFORE THE CHAMPIONS IN HER NEW ARRAY
    • CHAPTER X.  THE CHAMPIONS GO THEIR WAYS IN THE SENDING BOAT
    • THE FOURTH PART: OF THE DAYS OF ABIDING
      • CHAPTER I.  OF BIRDALONE’S GRIEF; AND OF LEONARD THE CHAPLAIN
      • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE LEARNETH LORE OF THE PRIEST.  TEN DAYS OF WAITING WEAR
      • CHAPTER III.  NOW WOULD BIRDALONE RIDE ABROAD
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF BIRDALONE’S FARING ABROAD
      • CHAPTER V.  SIR AYMERIS SHOWETH BIRDALONE THE MOUNTAINS AFAR OFF
      • CHAPTER VI.  BIRDALONE HEARETH TELL TALES OF THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
      • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE BEGUILETH THE PRIEST TO HELP HER TO OUTGOING
      • CHAPTER VIII.  BIRDALONE FARES ON HER ADVENTURE
      • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE BLACK VALLEY
      • CHAPTER X.  HOW BIRDALONE FELL IN WITH A MAN IN THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
      • CHAPTER XI.  BIRDALONE IS LED UP THE BLACK VALLEY
      • CHAPTER XII.  HOW THOSE TWAIN GET THEM FROM OUT OF THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
      • CHAPTER XIII.  NOW THEY REST FOR THE NIGHT IN THE STRAIT PASS
      • CHAPTER XIV.  THE BLACK KNIGHT TELLS THE TRUTH OF HIMSELF
      • CHAPTER XV.  THE BLACK KNIGHT BRINGS BIRDALONE TO THE BOWER IN THE DALE
      • CHAPTER XVI.  YET A DAY AND A NIGHT THEY TARRY IN THE DALE
    • CHAPTER I.  OF BIRDALONE’S GRIEF; AND OF LEONARD THE CHAPLAIN
    • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE LEARNETH LORE OF THE PRIEST.  TEN DAYS OF WAITING WEAR
    • CHAPTER III.  NOW WOULD BIRDALONE RIDE ABROAD
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF BIRDALONE’S FARING ABROAD
    • CHAPTER V.  SIR AYMERIS SHOWETH BIRDALONE THE MOUNTAINS AFAR OFF
    • CHAPTER VI.  BIRDALONE HEARETH TELL TALES OF THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
    • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE BEGUILETH THE PRIEST TO HELP HER TO OUTGOING
    • CHAPTER VIII.  BIRDALONE FARES ON HER ADVENTURE
    • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE COMES TO THE BLACK VALLEY
    • CHAPTER X.  HOW BIRDALONE FELL IN WITH A MAN IN THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
    • CHAPTER XI.  BIRDALONE IS LED UP THE BLACK VALLEY
    • CHAPTER XII.  HOW THOSE TWAIN GET THEM FROM OUT OF THE BLACK VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
    • CHAPTER XIII.  NOW THEY REST FOR THE NIGHT IN THE STRAIT PASS
    • CHAPTER XIV.  THE BLACK KNIGHT TELLS THE TRUTH OF HIMSELF
    • CHAPTER XV.  THE BLACK KNIGHT BRINGS BIRDALONE TO THE BOWER IN THE DALE
    • CHAPTER XVI.  YET A DAY AND A NIGHT THEY TARRY IN THE DALE
    • THE FIFTH PART: THE TALE OF THE QUEST’S ENDING
      • CHAPTER I.  OF SIR LEONARD’S TROUBLE AND THE COMING OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER II.  NOW ASK THEY OF BIRDALONE, AND SIR LEONARD SPEAKS
      • CHAPTER III.  HOW THEY FOLLOW THE SLOT OF BIRDALONE AND THE BLACK KNIGHT
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE SLAYING OF FRIEND AND FOE
      • CHAPTER V.  THEY COME HOME TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER VI.  OF THE TALK BETWIXT BIRDALONE AND VIRIDIS
      • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE TELLETH THE TALE OF HER WANDERING UP THE VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
      • CHAPTER VIII.  ATRA AND BIRDALONE TALK TOGETHER WHILE THE LORDS SIT AT THE MURDER-COUNCIL
      • CHAPTER IX.  HUGH TELLS THE STORY OF THE QUEST’S ENDING.
      • CHAPTER X.  HOW IT FARED WITH THE THREE LADIES AFTER THE ESCAPE OF BIRDALONE
      • CHAPTER XI.  BIRDALONE AND THE BLACK SQUIRE TALK TOGETHER IN THE HALL OF THE CASTLE.
      • CHAPTER XII.  THE KNIGHTS AND THEIR FELLOWS BETAKE THEM TO THE ASSAULTING OF THE RED HOLD
      • CHAPTER XIII.  BIRDALONE BETHINKS HER TO FULFIL THE PROMISE MADE UNTO ATRA
      • CHAPTER XIV.  BIRDALONE LEAVES THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER I.  OF SIR LEONARD’S TROUBLE AND THE COMING OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER II.  NOW ASK THEY OF BIRDALONE, AND SIR LEONARD SPEAKS
    • CHAPTER III.  HOW THEY FOLLOW THE SLOT OF BIRDALONE AND THE BLACK KNIGHT
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE SLAYING OF FRIEND AND FOE
    • CHAPTER V.  THEY COME HOME TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER VI.  OF THE TALK BETWIXT BIRDALONE AND VIRIDIS
    • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE TELLETH THE TALE OF HER WANDERING UP THE VALLEY OF THE GREYWETHERS
    • CHAPTER VIII.  ATRA AND BIRDALONE TALK TOGETHER WHILE THE LORDS SIT AT THE MURDER-COUNCIL
    • CHAPTER IX.  HUGH TELLS THE STORY OF THE QUEST’S ENDING.
    • CHAPTER X.  HOW IT FARED WITH THE THREE LADIES AFTER THE ESCAPE OF BIRDALONE
    • CHAPTER XI.  BIRDALONE AND THE BLACK SQUIRE TALK TOGETHER IN THE HALL OF THE CASTLE.
    • CHAPTER XII.  THE KNIGHTS AND THEIR FELLOWS BETAKE THEM TO THE ASSAULTING OF THE RED HOLD
    • CHAPTER XIII.  BIRDALONE BETHINKS HER TO FULFIL THE PROMISE MADE UNTO ATRA
    • CHAPTER XIV.  BIRDALONE LEAVES THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • THE SIXTH PART: THE DAYS OF ABSENCE
      • CHAPTER I.  BIRDALONE RIDES TO GREENFORD AND THERE TAKES LEAVE OF ARNOLD AND HIS MEN
      • CHAPTER II.  OF BIRDALONE AND HER FELLOWSHIP, THEIR FARING OVER THE DOWNLAND
      • CHAPTER III.  THEY COME TO THE CITY OF THE FIVE CRAFTS, AND BIRDALONE MEETS WITH THE POOR-WIFE
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE LOVE OF GERARD’S SONS AND OF JACOBUS FOR BIRDALONE
      • CHAPTER V.  OF THE DEATH OF AUDREY, MOTHER TO BIRDALONE.  SHE IS WARNED IN A DREAM TO SEEK THE BLACK SQUIRE, AND IS MINDED TO DEPART THE CITY OF THE FIVE CRAFTS, AND SEEK AGAIN THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER VI.  OF THE SUNDERING OF BIRDALONE FROM GERARD AND HIS SONS
      • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE COMETH TO GREENFORD, AND HEARS OF THE WASTING OF THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER VIII.  BIRDALONE COMETH TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST, HEARETH THE TALE THEREOF FROM LEONARD, AND DEPARTETH THENCE BY THE SENDING BOAT
      • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE FINDETH THE ISLE OF NOTHING GREATLY BETTERED, AND IS KINDLY ENTREATED THERE
      • CHAPTER X.  OF BIRDALONE’S FLITTING FROM THE ISLE OF NOTHING
      • CHAPTER XI.  COMING TO THE ISLE OF KINGS BIRDALONE FINDETH THERE A SCORE AND TWO OF FAIR DAMSELS WHO WOULD FAIN HAVE HER COMPANY
      • CHAPTER XII.  BIRDALONE COMETH AGAIN TO THE ISLE OF QUEENS, AND FINDETH A PERILOUS ADVENTURE THEREIN
      • CHAPTER XIII.  COMING TO THE ISLE OF THE YOUNG AND THE OLD, BIRDALONE FINDETH IT PEOPLED WITH CHILDREN
      • CHAPTER XIV.  THE SENDING BOAT DISAPPEARETH FROM THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT, AND BIRDALONE SEEKETH TO ESCAPE THENCE BY SWIMMING
      • CHAPTER XV.  BIRDALONE LACKETH LITTLE OF DROWNING, BUT COMETH LATTERLY TO THE GREEN EYOT
      • CHAPTER XVI.  BIRDALONE FINDETH HER WITCH-MISTRESS DEAD
      • CHAPTER XVII.  BIRDALONE LAYETH TO EARTH THE BODY OF THE WITCH, AND FINDETH THE SENDING BOAT BROKEN UP
      • CHAPTER XVIII.  THE WOOD-MOTHER COMETH TO BIRDALONE AND HEARETH HER STORY
      • CHAPTER XIX.  HABUNDIA HIDETH BIRDALONE’S NAKEDNESS WITH FAERY RAIMENT
      • CHAPTER XX.  BIRDALONE TELLETH HABUNDIA OF HER LOVE FOR ARTHUR, AND GETTETH FROM HER PROMISE OF HELP THEREIN
      • CHAPTER XXI.  HOW THE WOOD-WIFE ENTERED THE COT, AND A WONDER THAT BEFELL THEREON
      • CHAPTER XXII.  BIRDALONE WENDETH THE WILDWOOD IN FELLOWSHIP WITH HABUNDIA
      • CHAPTER XXIII.  THE WOOD-WIFE BRINGETH BIRDALONE TO THE SIGHT OF ARTHUR IN THE WILDWOOD
      • CHAPTER XXIV.  THE WOOD-MOTHER CHANGETH HER FORM TO THAT OF A WOMAN STRICKEN IN YEARS
      • CHAPTER XXV.  THE WOOD-WIFE HEALETH AND TENDETH THE BLACK SQUIRE
      • CHAPTER XXVI.  THE BLACK SQUIRE TELLETH THE WOOD-WIFE OF HIS DOINGS SINCE BIRDALONE WENT FROM THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
      • CHAPTER XXVII.  SIR ARTHUR COMETH TO THE HOUSE UNDER THE WOOD
      • CHAPTER XXVIII.  FAIR DAYS IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE
      • CHAPTER XXIX.  THOSE TWAIN WILL SEEK THE WISDOM OF THE WOOD-WIFE
      • CHAPTER XXX.  THEY HAVE SPEECH WITH HABUNDIA CONCERNING THE GREEN KNIGHT AND HIS FELLOWS
      • CHAPTER XXXI.  HABUNDIA COMETH WITH TIDINGS OF THOSE DEAR FRIENDS
      • CHAPTER XXXII.  OF THE FIGHT IN THE FOREST AND THE RESCUE OF THOSE FRIENDS FROM THE MEN OF THE RED COMPANY
      • CHAPTER XXXIII.  VIRIDIS TELLETH THE TALE OF THEIR SEEKING
    • CHAPTER I.  BIRDALONE RIDES TO GREENFORD AND THERE TAKES LEAVE OF ARNOLD AND HIS MEN
    • CHAPTER II.  OF BIRDALONE AND HER FELLOWSHIP, THEIR FARING OVER THE DOWNLAND
    • CHAPTER III.  THEY COME TO THE CITY OF THE FIVE CRAFTS, AND BIRDALONE MEETS WITH THE POOR-WIFE
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE LOVE OF GERARD’S SONS AND OF JACOBUS FOR BIRDALONE
    • CHAPTER V.  OF THE DEATH OF AUDREY, MOTHER TO BIRDALONE.  SHE IS WARNED IN A DREAM TO SEEK THE BLACK SQUIRE, AND IS MINDED TO DEPART THE CITY OF THE FIVE CRAFTS, AND SEEK AGAIN THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER VI.  OF THE SUNDERING OF BIRDALONE FROM GERARD AND HIS SONS
    • CHAPTER VII.  BIRDALONE COMETH TO GREENFORD, AND HEARS OF THE WASTING OF THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER VIII.  BIRDALONE COMETH TO THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST, HEARETH THE TALE THEREOF FROM LEONARD, AND DEPARTETH THENCE BY THE SENDING BOAT
    • CHAPTER IX.  BIRDALONE FINDETH THE ISLE OF NOTHING GREATLY BETTERED, AND IS KINDLY ENTREATED THERE
    • CHAPTER X.  OF BIRDALONE’S FLITTING FROM THE ISLE OF NOTHING
    • CHAPTER XI.  COMING TO THE ISLE OF KINGS BIRDALONE FINDETH THERE A SCORE AND TWO OF FAIR DAMSELS WHO WOULD FAIN HAVE HER COMPANY
    • CHAPTER XII.  BIRDALONE COMETH AGAIN TO THE ISLE OF QUEENS, AND FINDETH A PERILOUS ADVENTURE THEREIN
    • CHAPTER XIII.  COMING TO THE ISLE OF THE YOUNG AND THE OLD, BIRDALONE FINDETH IT PEOPLED WITH CHILDREN
    • CHAPTER XIV.  THE SENDING BOAT DISAPPEARETH FROM THE ISLE OF INCREASE UNSOUGHT, AND BIRDALONE SEEKETH TO ESCAPE THENCE BY SWIMMING
    • CHAPTER XV.  BIRDALONE LACKETH LITTLE OF DROWNING, BUT COMETH LATTERLY TO THE GREEN EYOT
    • CHAPTER XVI.  BIRDALONE FINDETH HER WITCH-MISTRESS DEAD
    • CHAPTER XVII.  BIRDALONE LAYETH TO EARTH THE BODY OF THE WITCH, AND FINDETH THE SENDING BOAT BROKEN UP
    • CHAPTER XVIII.  THE WOOD-MOTHER COMETH TO BIRDALONE AND HEARETH HER STORY
    • CHAPTER XIX.  HABUNDIA HIDETH BIRDALONE’S NAKEDNESS WITH FAERY RAIMENT
    • CHAPTER XX.  BIRDALONE TELLETH HABUNDIA OF HER LOVE FOR ARTHUR, AND GETTETH FROM HER PROMISE OF HELP THEREIN
    • CHAPTER XXI.  HOW THE WOOD-WIFE ENTERED THE COT, AND A WONDER THAT BEFELL THEREON
    • CHAPTER XXII.  BIRDALONE WENDETH THE WILDWOOD IN FELLOWSHIP WITH HABUNDIA
    • CHAPTER XXIII.  THE WOOD-WIFE BRINGETH BIRDALONE TO THE SIGHT OF ARTHUR IN THE WILDWOOD
    • CHAPTER XXIV.  THE WOOD-MOTHER CHANGETH HER FORM TO THAT OF A WOMAN STRICKEN IN YEARS
    • CHAPTER XXV.  THE WOOD-WIFE HEALETH AND TENDETH THE BLACK SQUIRE
    • CHAPTER XXVI.  THE BLACK SQUIRE TELLETH THE WOOD-WIFE OF HIS DOINGS SINCE BIRDALONE WENT FROM THE CASTLE OF THE QUEST
    • CHAPTER XXVII.  SIR ARTHUR COMETH TO THE HOUSE UNDER THE WOOD
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.  FAIR DAYS IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE
    • CHAPTER XXIX.  THOSE TWAIN WILL SEEK THE WISDOM OF THE WOOD-WIFE
    • CHAPTER XXX.  THEY HAVE SPEECH WITH HABUNDIA CONCERNING THE GREEN KNIGHT AND HIS FELLOWS
    • CHAPTER XXXI.  HABUNDIA COMETH WITH TIDINGS OF THOSE DEAR FRIENDS
    • CHAPTER XXXII.  OF THE FIGHT IN THE FOREST AND THE RESCUE OF THOSE FRIENDS FROM THE MEN OF THE RED COMPANY
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.  VIRIDIS TELLETH THE TALE OF THEIR SEEKING
    • THE SEVENTH PART: THE DAYS OF RETURNING
      • CHAPTER I.  SIR HUGH ASKETH BIRDALONE WHERE SHE WOULD HAVE THE ABODE OF THEIR FELLOWSHIP TO BE
      • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE TAKETH COUNSEL WITH HER WOOD-MOTHER CONCERNING THE MATTER OF SIR HUGH
      • CHAPTER III.  OF THE JOURNEYING THROUGH THE FOREST OF EVILSHAW UNTO THE TOWN OF UTTERHAY
      • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE ABIDING IN UTTERHAY IN LOVE AND CONTENTMENT
    • CHAPTER I.  SIR HUGH ASKETH BIRDALONE WHERE SHE WOULD HAVE THE ABODE OF THEIR FELLOWSHIP TO BE
    • CHAPTER II.  BIRDALONE TAKETH COUNSEL WITH HER WOOD-MOTHER CONCERNING THE MATTER OF SIR HUGH
    • CHAPTER III.  OF THE JOURNEYING THROUGH THE FOREST OF EVILSHAW UNTO THE TOWN OF UTTERHAY
    • CHAPTER IV.  OF THE ABIDING IN UTTERHAY IN LOVE AND CONTENTMENT
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