The Crock of Gold, by James Stephens

Table of Contents

Book I: The Coming of Pan

Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX

Book II: The Philosopher’s Journey

Chapter X
Chapter XI

Book III: The Two Gods

Chapter XII

Book IV: The Philosopher’s Return

Chapter XIII

Book V: The Policemen

Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI

Book VI: The Thin Woman’s Journey and the Happy March

Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII

List of Illustrations

  1. The Philosophers were able to hear each other thinking all day long
  2. “Will you never be done talking?” shouted the Thin Woman passionately.
  3. He stood waist-deep in greenery fronting her squarely.
  4. “Do you remember,” said Seumas, “the way he hopped and waggled his leg the last time he was here?”
  5. He saw Caitilin Ni Murrachu walking a little way in front with a small vessel in her hand.
  6. At that moment the Philosopher’s cake lost all its savour.
  7. A swift shadow darkened the passage
  8. A young woman came along the road and stood gazing earnestly at this house
  9. “Tell me where the money is?” he hissed
  10. He . . . wept in so loud a voice that his comrades swarmed up to see what had happened to him
  11. When they topped a slight incline they saw a light shining some distance away
  12. Caitilin danced in uncontrollable gaiety

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