The Island of Doctor Moreau
|The Island of Doctor Moreau (1896)
|The Island of Doctor Moreau is an 1896 science fiction novel written by H. G. Wells, addressing ideas of society and community, human nature and identity, religion, Darwinism, eugenics, and the dangers of unchecked and irresponsible scientific research.|
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: In The Dingey Of The "Lady Vain"
- Chapter 2: The Man Who Was Going Nowhere
- Chapter 3: The Strange Face
- Chapter 4: At The Schooner's Rail
- Chapter 5: The Man Who Had Nowhere To Go
- Chapter 6: The Evil-Looking Boatmen
- Chapter 7: The Locked Door
- Chapter 8: The Crying Of The Puma
- Chapter 9: The Thing In The Forest
- Chapter 10: The Crying Of The Man
- Chapter 11: The Hunting Of The Man
- Chapter 12: The Sayers Of The Law
- Chapter 13: A Parley
- Chapter 14: Doctor Moreau Explains
- Chapter 15: Concerning The Beast Folk
- Chapter 16: How The Beast Folk Taste Blood
- Chapter 17: A Catastrophe
- Chapter 18: The Finding Of Moreau
- Chapter 19: Montgomery's "Bank Holiday"
- Chapter 20: Alone With The Beast Folk
- Chapter 21: The Reversion Of The Beast Folk
- Chapter 22: The Man Alone
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