The Princess and Curdie

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The Princess and Curdie  (1883) 
by George MacDonald
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Frontispiece.

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"Come in, Curdie," said the voice.Page 65.



 
THE PRINCESS AND

CURDIE




BY
GEORGE MACDONALD, LL.D


WITH ELEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS BY JAMES ALLEN

PHILADELPHIA:


J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
1883.



CONTENTS.
CHAP. PAGE
I. THE MOUNTAIN 1
II. THE WHITE PIGEON 9
III. THE MISTRESS OF THE SILVER MOON 18
IV. CURDIE'S FATHER AND MOTHER 33
V. THE MINERS 39
VI. THE EMERALD 45
VII. WHAT IS IN A NAME? 51
VIII. CURDIE'S MISSION 61
IX. HANDS 80
X. THE HEATH 86
XI. LINA 91
XII. MORE CREATURES 97
XIII. THE BAKER'S WIFE 101
XIV. THE DOGS OF GWYNTYSTORM 109
XV. DERBA AND BARBARA 116
XVI. THE MATTOCK 122
XVII. THE WINE CELLAR 130
XVIII. THE KING'S KITCHEN 136
XIX. THE KING'S CHAMBER 142
XX. COUNTER-PLOTTING 153
XXI. THE LOAF 161
XXII. THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN 167
XXIII. DR. KELMAN 175
XXIV. THE PROPHECY 183
XXV. THE AVENGERS 192
XXVI. THE VENGEANCE 199
XXVII. MORE VENGEANCE 207
XXVIII. THE PREACHER 214
XXIX. BARBARA 221
XXX. PETER 226
XXXI. THE SACRIFICE 229
XXXII. THE KING'S ARMY 234
XXXIII. THE BATTLE 241
XXXIV. JUDGMENT 247
XXXV. THE END 252


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.