The Country Doctor

By Honoré de Balzac; J. A. Muenier et al. | Go to book overview

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Designed by J. A. Muenier, and reproduced in photogravure
by Goupil & Co., Paris
.
"Benassis made a drink by pouring into some water a
few drops of a brown liquid contained in the phial,
which he measured carefully by the light of the
candle held by Genestas" Frontispiece
"They were silent for a moment, during which Ben-
assis was buried in thought" Page
41
"Thus prepared by the doctor, the captain looked at
the peasant, and saw a thin man, much bent, with
a projecting forehead, and many wrinkles"
75
"She seemed to hesitate, then she added, 'I am happy
for the rest of the day'"
141
"`I was at an age when the eyes still weep'" 235
"`I saw the Grande Chartreuse; I walked beneath
those ancient, silent arches'"
264
"Every time his eyes took in the valley to its full
extent, he thought of the sorrow that brooded
over it"
300

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  • Chapter I - The Country and the Man 1
  • Chapter II - O'Er Hill and Dale 84
  • Chapter III - The Napoleon of the People 160
  • Chapter IV - The Confession of the Country Doctor 219
  • Chapter V - Elegies 268
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