Faery Lands of the South Seas

By James Norman Hall; Charles Bernard Nordhoff | Go to book overview

FAERY LANDS
OF THE SOUTH SEAS

By
James Norman Hall
and
Charles Bernard Nordhoff

With Illustrations by
George A. Picken

Harper & Brothers Publishers
New York and London MCMXXI

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Landfall 1
  • A Leisurely Approach 3
  • In the Cloud of Islands 20
  • Eaters of the Lotos 45
  • Marooned on Mataora 47
  • The Land of Ahu Ahu 65
  • A Memory of Mauké 86
  • Rutiaro 105
  • Rutiaro 107
  • A Debtor of Moy Ling 132
  • An Adventure in Solitude 148
  • The Starry Threshold 171
  • Costly Hospitality 196
  • Under the South 205
  • His Mother's People 207
  • In the Cook Group 230
  • At the House of Tari 251
  • In the Valley of Vaitia 277
  • Tahitian Tales 303
  • Becalmed at Pinaki 319
  • Anchored off the Reef 321
  • The Englishman's Story 328
  • Conclusion 341
  • Aboard the Potii Ravarava 343
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