The Debatable Land
Arthur Colton
The Debatable Land
Chapter I "Hinter die Kirche blühe die blaue Blume der Zufriedenheit."—Meister Eckhart.
Chapter II[Pg 11] Of Thaddeus Bourn and his Purposes
Chapter III[Pg 24] Of Morgan Map and his Purposes
Chapter IV In which Thaddeus uses the term "Moral Justification"
Chapter V Introducing Hamilton and Saint Mary's Organ
Chapter VI Introducing Gard Windham and the Brotherhood of Consolation
Chapter VII Introducing Moselle and Mavering
Chapter VIII Of Mrs. Mavering, and of the Philosophy of the Individual
Chapter IX Of Estates in Happiness
Chapter X Of Spring in Hamilton—Of Thaddeus's Opportunity to be Candid
Chapter XI The Whirlpool.—Mr. Paulus's Reminiscences of Women.
Chapter XII Antietam.
Chapter XIII In Which Appears a General of Division, and One of "the Brethren."
Chapter XIV In which Mavering Concludes that Cavalry Officers as a Class Are Eccentric and Deep
Chapter XV Treats of the Distribution of Tracts in the Valley of the Shenandoah.
Chapter XVI Which Discloses one Daddy Joe, and Disposes of an Evangelist
Chapter XVII On the Question of the Exact Location of the Divinity which is Ultimately Called Worth While
Chapter XVIII In which there is Discovered a Compunction
Chapter XIX In which Windham Drops Out of the Fight—and Mavering Remarks on Human Adaptability
Chapter XX Treats of Further Incidents in the House with the White Door
Chapter XXI In Which We Go Down the River and Return
Chapter XXII Of Mavering, Who Disappears—Of the Gray Poet—Of Morgan, Who Appears Once More
Chapter XXIII The End
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