Puck of Pook's Hill, by Rudyard Kipling

Table of Contents

  1. Puck’s Song
  2. Weland’S Sword
  3. A Tree Song
  4. Young Men at the Manor
  5. Sir Richard’s Song
  6. Harp Song of the Dane Women
  7. The Knights of the Joyous Venture
  8. Thorkild’s Song
  9. Old Men at Pevensey
  10. The Runes on Weland’S Sword
  11. A Centurion of the Thirtieth
  12. A Centurion of the Thirtieth
  13. A British-Roman Song
  14. On the Great Wall
  15. A Song to Mithras
  16. The Winged Hats
  17. A Pict Song
  18. Hal o’ the Draft
  19. Hal o’ the Draft
  20. Smugglers’ Song
  21. The Bee Boy’s Song
  22. ‘Dymchurch Flit’
  23. A Three-Part Song
  24. Song of the Fifth River
  25. The Treasure and the Law
  26. The Children’s Song

List of Illustrations

  1. In the very spot where Dan had stood as Puck they now saw a small, brown, broad-shouldered, pointy-eared person with a snub nose, slanting blue eyes, and a grin that ran right across his freckled face.]
  2. ‘There’s where you meet hunters, and trappers for the Circuses, prodding along chained bears and muzzled wolves.’]
  3. ‘Hoity-toity,’ he cried. ‘Here’s Pride in purple feathers! Here’s wrathy contempt and the Pomps of the Flesh!’ . . . And he doffed his cap to the bubbling bird.]
  4. ‘“Go!” she says. “Go with my Leave an’ Goodwill.”’

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