Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes

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BIOGRIPHICAL IDITION


TRAVELS WITH A DONKEY IN THE CEVENNES

BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

WITH A PREFACE BY MRS. STEVENSON

NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Biographical Edition v
  • Contents *
  • Velay 1
  • Velay 3
  • The Green Donkey-Driver 13
  • I Have a Goad 28
  • Upper Gévaudan 39
  • Upper Gévaudan 41
  • Cheylard and Luc 59
  • Our Lady of the Snows 67
  • Our Lady of the Snows 69
  • The Monks 78
  • The Boarders 91
  • Upper Gévaudan 103
  • Upper Gévaudan 105
  • A Night Among the Pines 111
  • The Country of the Camisards 121
  • The Country of the Camisards 123
  • Pont De Montvert 132
  • In the Valley of the Tarn 143
  • Florac 160
  • In the Valley of the Mimente 165
  • The Heart of the Country 173
  • The Last Day 186
  • Farewell, Modestine 196
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