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Mardi and a Voyage Thither

by Herman Melville

  • ISBN: 9780810116900
  • ISBN10: 0810116901

Mardi and a Voyage Thither

by Herman Melville

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Northwestern Univ Pr
  • Publish date: 10/01/1998
  • ISBN: 9780810116900
  • ISBN10: 0810116901
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Description: Volume One Preface Chapter 1. Foot in Stirrup Chapter 2. A Calm Chapter 3. A King for a Comrade Chapter 4. A Chat in the Clouds Chapter 5. Seats secured and Portmanteaus Packed Chapter 6. Eight Bells Chapter 7. A Pause Chapter 8. They push off, Velis and Remis Chapter 9. The Watery World is all before Them Chapter 10. They arrange their Canopies and Lounges, and try to make Things comfortable Chapter 11. Jarl afflicted with the Lockjaw Chapter 12. More about being in an open Boat Chapter 13. Of the Chondropterygii, and other uncouth Hordes infesting the South Seas Chapter 14. Jarl''s Misgivings Chapter 15. A Stitch in Time Saves Nine Chapter 16. They are Becalmed Chapter 17. In high Spirits they push on for the Terra Incognita Chapter 18. My Lord Shark and his Pages Chapter 19. Who goes there? Chapter 20. Noises and Portents Chapter 21. Man ho! Chapter 22. What befel the Brigantine at the Pearl Shell Islands Chapter 23. Sailing from the Island they pillage the Cabin Chapter 24. Dedicated to the College of Physicians and Surgeons Chapter 25. Peril a Peace-maker Chapter 26. Containing a Pennyweight of Philosophy Chapter 27. In which the past History of the Parki is concluded Chapter 28. Suspicions laid, and something about the Calmuc Chapter 29. What they lighted upon in further searching the Craft, and the Resolution they came to Chapter 30. Hints for a full length of Samoa Chapter 31. Rovings Alow and Aloft Chapter 32. Xiphius Platypterus Chapter 33. Otard Chapter 34. How they steered on their Way Chapter 35. Ah, Annatoo! Chapter 36. The Parki gives up the Ghost Chapter 37. Once more they take to the Chamois Chapter 38. The Sea on Fire Chapter 39. They fall in with Strangers Chapter 40. Sire and Sons Chapter 41. A Fray Chapter 42. Remorse Chapter 43. The Tent entered Chapter 44. Away! Chapter 45. Reminiscences Chapter 46. The Chamois with a roving Commission Chapter 47. Yillah, Jarl, and Samoa Chapter 48. Something under the Surface Chapter 49. Yillah Chapter 50. Yillah in Ardair Chapter 51. The Dream begins to fade Chapter 52. World ho! Chapter 53. The Chamois Ashore Chapter 54. A Gentleman from the Sun Chapter 55. Tiffin in a Temple Chapter 56. King Media a Host Chapter 57. Taji takes Counsel with himself Chapter 58. Mardi by Night and Yillah by Day Chapter 59. Their Morning Meal Chapter 60. Belshazzar on the Bench Chapter 61. An Incognito Chapter 62. Taji retires from the World Chapter 63. Odo and its Lord Chapter 64. Yillah a Phantom Chapter 65. Taji makes three Acquaintances Chapter 66. With a fair Wind at Sunrise they sail Chapter 67. Little King Peepi Chapter 68. How Teeth were regarded in Valapee Chapter 69. The Company discourse, and Braid-Beard rehearses a Legend Chapter 70. The Minstrel leads off with a Paddle-Song; and a Message is received from Abroad Chapter 71. They land upon the Island of Juam Chapter 72. A Book from the Chronicles of Mohi Chapter 73. Something more of the Prince Chapter 74. Advancing deeper into the Vale, they encounter Donjalolo Chapter 75. Time and Temples Chapter 76. A pleasant Place for a Lounge Chapter 77. The House of the Afternoon Chapter 78. Babbalanja solus Chapter 79. The Center of many Circumferences Chapter 80. Donjalolo in the Bosom of his Family Chapter 81. Wherien Babbalanja relates the Adventure of one Karkeke in the Land of Shades Chapter 82. How Donjalolo sent Agents to the surrounding Isles; with the Result Chapter 83. They visit the Tributary Islets Chapter 84. Taji sits down to Dinner with five-and-twenty Kings, and a royal Time they have Chapter 85. After Dinner Chapter 86. Of those Scamps the Plujii Chapter 87. Nora-Bamma Chapter 88. In a Calm, Hautia''s Heralds approach Chapter 89. Braid-Beard rehearses the Origin of the Isle of Rogues Chapter 90. Rare Sport at Ohonoo Chapter 91. Of King Uhia and his Subjects Chapter 92. The God Keevi and the Precipice of Mondo Chapter 93. Babbalanja steps in between Mohi and Yoomy; and Yoomy relates a Legend Chapter 94. Of that joly old Lord, Borabolla; and that jolly Island of his, Mondoldo; and of the Fish-ponds, and the Hereafters of Fish Chapter 95. That jolly old Lord Borabolla laughs on both Sides of his Face Chapter 96. Samoa a Surgeon Chapter 97. Faith and Knowledge Chapter 98. The Tale of a Traveler Chapter 99. "Marnee Ora, Ora Marnee" Chapter 100. The Pursuer himself is pursued Chapter 101. The Irish Chapter 102. They depart from Mondoldo Chapter 103. As they sail Chapter 104. Wherein Babbalanja broaches a diabolical Theory, and in his own Person proves it Volume Two Chapter 105. Maramma Chapter 106. They land Chapter 107. They pass through the Woods Chapter 108. Hivohitee MDCCCXLVIII Chapter 109. They visit the great Moral Chapter 110. They discourse of the Gods of Mardi, and Braid-Beard tells of one Foni Chapter 111. They visit the Lake of Yammo Chapter 112. They meet the Pilgrims at the Temple of Oro Chapter 113. They discourse of Alma Chapter 114. Mohi tells of one Ravoo, and they land to visit Hevaneva, a flourishing Artisan Chapter 115. A Nursery-tale of Babbalanja''s Chapter 116. Landig to visit Hivohitee the Pontiff, they encounter an extraordinary old Hermit; with whom Yoomy has a confidential Interview, but learns little Chapter 117. Babbalanja endeavors to explain the Mystery Chapter 118. Taji receives Tidings and Omens Chapter 119. Dreams Chapter 120. Media and babbalanja discourse Chapter 121. They regale themselves with their Pipes Chapter 122. They visit an extraordinary old Antiquary Chapter 123. They go down into the Catacombs Chapter 124. Babbalanja quotes from an antique Pagan; and earnestly presses it upon the Company, that what he recites is not his but another''s Chapter 125. They visit a wealthy old Pauper Chapter 126. Yoomy sings some odd Verses, and Babbalanja quotes from the old Authors right and left Chapter 127. What manner of Men the Tapparians were Chapter 128. Their adventures upon landing at Pimminee Chapter 129. A, I, and O Chapter 130. A Reception-day at Pimminee Chapter 131. Babbalanja falleth upon Pimminee Tooth and Nail Chapter 132. Babbalanja regales the Company with smoe Sandwiches Chapter 133. They still remain upon the Rock Chapter 134. Behind and Before Chapter 135. Babbalanja discourses in the Dark Chapter 136. My Lord Media summons Mohi to the Stand Chapter 137. Wherein Babbalanka and Yoomy embrace Chapter 138. Of the Isle of Diranda Chapter 139. They visit the Lords Piko and Hello Chapter 140. They attend the Games Chapter 141. Taji still hunted and beckoned Chapter 142. They embark from Diranda Chapter 143. Wherein Babbalanja discourses of himself Chapter 144. Of the Sourcerers in the Isle of Minda Chapter 145. Chiefly of King Bello Chapter 146. Dominora and Vivenza Chapter 147. They land at Dominora Chapter 148. Through Dominora, they wander after Yillah Chapter 149. They behold King Bello''s State Canoe Chapter 150. Wherein Babbalanja bows thrice Chapter 151. Babbalanja philosophizes, and my Lord Media passes round the Calabashes Chapter 152. They sail round an Island without landing; and talk round a Subject without getting at it Chapter 153. They draw nigh to Porpheero; where they behold a terrific Eruption Chapter 154. Wherein King Media celebrates the Glories of Autumn; the Minstrel, the Promise of Spring Chapter 155. In whihc Azzageddi seems to use Babbalanja for a Mouth-piece Chapter 156. The charming Yoomy sings Chapter 157. They draw nigh unto Land Chapter 158. They visit the great central Temple of Vivenza Chapter 159. Wherein Babbalanja comments upon the Speech of Alanno Chapter 160. A Scene in the Land of Warwicks, or King-makers Chapter 161. They hearken unto a Voice from the Gods Chapter 162. They visit the extreme South of Vivenza Chapter 163. They converse of the Mollusca, Kings, Toad-stools, and other Matters Chapter 164. Wherein, that gallant Gentleman and Demi-god, King Media, Scepter in Hand, throws himself into the Breach Chapter 165. They round the stormy Cape of Capes Chapter 166. They encounter Gold-hunters Chapter 167. They seek through the Isles of Palms; and pass the Isles of Myrrh Chapter 168. Concentric, inward, with Mardi''s Reef, they leave their Wake around the World Chapter 169. Sailing on Chapter 170. A flight of Nightingales from Yoomy''s Mouth Chapter 171. They visit one Doxodox Chapter 172. King Media dreams Chapter 173. After a long Interval, by Night they are becalmed Chapter 174. They land at Hooloomooloo Chapter 175. A Book from the "Ponderings of old Bardianna" Chapter 176. Babbalanja starts to his Feet Chapter 177. At last, the last Mention is made of old Bardianna; and His last Will and Testament is recited at Length Chapter 178. A Death-cloud sweeps by them as they sail Chapter 179. They visit the palmy King Abrazza Chapter 180. Some pleasant, shady Talk in the Groves, between my Lords Abrazza and M
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