The Road to Xanadu: A Study in the Ways of the Imagination

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THE ROAD TO XANADU
A Study in the Ways of the Imagination

BY JOHN LIVINGSTON LOWES

BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY The Riverside Press Cambridge

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to Revised Edition xv
  • Contents xvii
  • Book I 1
  • Chapter I - Chaos 3
  • Chapter II - The Falcon's Eye 32
  • Chapter III - The Deep Well 38
  • Chapter IV - The Shaping Spirit 64
  • Chapter V - The Magical Synthesis 74
  • Chapter VI - Joiner's Work: An Interlude 93
  • Book II 111
  • Chapter VII - The Loom 113
  • Chapter VIII - The Pattern 125
  • Chapter IX - The Fields of Ice 135
  • Chapter X - The Courts of the Sun 152
  • Chapter XI - The Journeying Moon 171
  • Chapter XII - 'Dear Gutter of Stowey' 194
  • Book III 219
  • Chapter XIII - The Bird and the Du+?mon 221
  • Chapter XIV - How an Old Navigator Met Strange Company in Limbo 242
  • Chapter XV - Wefts and Spectres 261
  • Chapter XVI - The Known and Familiar Landscape 295
  • Chapter XVII - A Sea-Change 308
  • Book IV 341
  • Chapter XVIII - The Hooked Atoms 343
  • Chapter XIX - The Sleeping Images 356
  • Chapter XX - The Vision in a Dream 403
  • Chapter XXI - 'Not Poppy nor Mandragora' 414
  • Chapter XXII - Imagination Creatrix 426
  • A List of Abbreviations 435
  • Notes 449
  • Addenda and Corrigenda 604
  • Index 605
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