Phantastes, a Faerie Romance for Men and Women, by George MacDonald

Table of Contents

Preface
  1. Chapter 1
  2. Chapter 2
  3. Chapter 3
  4. Chapter 4
  5. Chapter 5
  6. Chapter 6
  7. Chapter 7
  8. Chapter 8
  9. Chapter 9
  10. Chapter 10
  11. Chapter 11
  12. Chapter 12
  13. Chapter 13
  14. Chapter 14
  15. Chapter 15
  16. Chapter 16
  17. Chapter 17
  18. Chapter 18
  19. Chapter 19
  20. Chapter 20
  21. Chapter 21
  22. Chapter 22
  23. Chapter 23
  24. Chapter 24
  25. Chapter 25

List of Illustrations

  1. The meeting of Sir Galahad and Sir Percivale
  2. Suddenly there stood on the threshold a tiny Woman-Form
  3. The branches and leaves on the curtains of my bed were in motion
  4. I saw a country maiden coming towards me
  5. Headpiece to chapter iv
  6. Two large soft arms were thrown around me from behind
  7. I gazed after her in a kind of despair
  8. I found myself in a little cave
  9. The ash shuddered and groaned
  10. Tailpiece to chapter vi
  11. I could hardly believe that there was a fairy land
  12. I did not believe in fairy land
  13. A runner with ghostly feet
  14. The maiden came along, singing and dancing,happy as a child
  15. The goblins performed the most antic homage
  16. The fairy palace in the moonlight
  17. Too dazzling for earthly eyes
  18. In the woods and along the river banks do the maidens go looking for children
  19. She lay with closed eyes, whence two tears were fast welling
  20. Headpiece to chapter xiv
  21. I sprang to her, and laid my hand on the harp
  22. A white figure gleamed past me, wringing her hands
  23. They all rushed upon me, and held me tight
  24. A wintry sea, bare, and waste, and gray
  25. Show me the child thou callest mine
  26. The time passed away in work and song
  27. Headpiece to chapter xxi
  28. We reached the palace of the king
  29. I saw, leaning against the tree, a beautiful woman
  30. Fastened to the saddle, was the body of a great dragon
  31. I was dead, and right content
  32. A valley lay beneath me

The meeting of Sir Galahad and Sir Percivale
The meeting of Sir Galahad and Sir Percivale

“In good sooth, my masters, this is no door.
Yet is it a little window, that looketh upon a great world.”

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