Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia
  • CHAPTER I—DESCRIPTION OF A PALACE IN A VALLEY.
  • CHAPTER II—THE DISCONTENT OF RASSELAS IN THE HAPPY VALLEY.
  • CHAPTER III—THE WANTS OF HIM THAT WANTS NOTHING.
  • CHAPTER IV—THE PRINCE CONTINUES TO GRIEVE AND MUSE.
  • CHAPTER V—THE PRINCE MEDITATES HIS ESCAPE.
  • CHAPTER VI—A DISSERTATION ON THE ART OF FLYING.
  • CHAPTER VII -  THE PRINCE FINDS A MAN OF LEARNING.
  • CHAPTER VIII—THE HISTORY OF IMLAC.
  • CHAPTER IX—THE HISTORY OF IMLAC (continued).
  • CHAPTER X—IMLAC'S HISTORY (continued)—A DISSERTATION UPON POETRY.
  • CHAPTER XI—IMLAC'S NARRATIVE (continued)—A HINT OF PILGRIMAGE.
  • CHAPTER XII—THE STORY OF IMLAC (continued).
  • CHAPTER XIII—RASSELAS DISCOVERS THE MEANS OF ESCAPE.
  • CHAPTER XIV—RASSELAS AND IMLAC RECEIVE AN UNEXPECTED VISIT.
  • CHAPTER XV—THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS LEAVE THE VALLEY, AND SEE MANY WONDERS.
  • CHAPTER XVI—THEY ENTER CAIRO, AND FIND EVERY MAN HAPPY.
  • CHAPTER XVII—THE PRINCE ASSOCIATES WITH YOUNG MEN OF SPIRIT AND GAIETY.
  • CHAPTER XVIII—THE PRINCE FINDS A WISE AND HAPPY MAN.
  • CHAPTER XIX—A GLIMPSE OF PASTORAL LIFE.
  • CHAPTER XX—THE DANGER OF PROSPERITY.
  • CHAPTER XXI—THE HAPPINESS OF SOLITUDE—THE HERMIT'S HISTORY.
  • CHAPTER XXII—THE HAPPINESS OF A LIFE LED ACCORDING TO NATURE.
  • CHAPTER XXIII—THE PRINCE AND HIS SISTER DIVIDE BETWEEN THEM THE WORK OF OBSERVATION.
  • CHAPTER XXIV—THE PRINCE EXAMINES THE HAPPINESS OF HIGH STATIONS.
  • CHAPTER XXV—THE PRINCESS PURSUES HER INQUIRY WITH MORE DILIGENCE THAN SUCCESS.
  • CHAPTER XXVI—THE PRINCESS CONTINUES HER REMARKS UPON PRIVATE LIFE.
  • CHAPTER XXVII—DISQUISITION UPON GREATNESS.
  • CHAPTER XXVIII—RASSELAS AND NEKAYAH CONTINUE THEIR CONVERSATION.
  • CHAPTER XXIX—THE DEBATE ON MARRIAGE (continued).
  • CHAPTER XXX—IMLAC ENTERS, AND CHANGES THE CONVERSATION.
  • CHAPTER XXXI—THEY VISIT THE PYRAMIDS.
  • CHAPTER XXXII—THEY ENTER THE PYRAMID.
  • CHAPTER XXXIII—THE PRINCESS MEETS WITH AN UNEXPECTED MISFORTUNE.
  • CHAPTER XXXIV—THEY RETURN TO CAIRO WITHOUT PEKUAH.
  • CHAPTER XXXV—THE PRINCESS LANGUISHES FOR WANT OF PEKUAH.
  • CHAPTER XXXVI—PEKUAH IS STILL REMEMBERED.  THE PROGRESS OF SORROW.
  • CHAPTER XXXVII—THE PRINCESS HEARS NEWS OF PEKUAH.
  • CHAPTER XXXVIII—THE ADVENTURES OF THE LADY PEKUAH.
  • CHAPTER XXXIX—THE ADVENTURES OF PEKUAH ( continued).
  • CHAPTER XL—THE HISTORY OF A MAN OF LEARNING.
  • CHAPTER XLI—THE ASTRONOMER DISCOVERS THE CAUSE OF HIS UNEASINESS.
  • CHAPTER XLII—THE OPINION OF THE ASTRONOMER IS EXPLAINED AND JUSTIFIED.
  • CHAPTER XLIII—THE ASTRONOMER LEAVES IMLAC HIS DIRECTIONS.
  • CHAPTER XLIV—THE DANGEROUS PREVALENCE OF IMAGINATION.
  • CHAPTER XLV—THEY DISCOURSE WITH AN OLD MAN.
  • CHAPTER XLVI—THE PRINCESS AND PEKUAH VISIT THE ASTRONOMER.
  • CHAPTER XLVII—THE PRINCE ENTERS, AND BRINGS A NEW TOPIC.
  • CHAPTER XLVIII—IMLAC DISCOURSES ON THE NATURE OF THE SOUL.
  • CHAPTER XLIX—THE CONCLUSION, IN WHICH NOTHING IS CONCLUDED.
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