In Search of the Castaways, by Jules Verne

Table of Contents

Introduction

Book I: South America

  1. The Shark
  2. The Three Documents
  3. The Captain’s Children
  4. Lady Glenarvan’s Proposal
  5. The Departure of the “Duncan”
  6. An Unexpected Passenger
  7. Jacques Paganel is Undeceived
  8. The Geographer’s Resolution
  9. Through the Straits of Magellan
  10. The Course Decided
  11. Traveling in Chili
  12. Eleven Thousand Feet Aloft
  13. A Sudden Descent
  14. Providentially Rescued
  15. Thalcave
  16. The News of the Lost Captain
  17. A Serious Necessity
  18. In Search of Water
  19. The Red Wolves
  20. Strange Signs
  21. A False Trail
  22. The Flood
  23. A Singular Abode
  24. Paganel’s Disclosure
  25. Between Fire and Water
  26. The Return on Board

Book II: Australia

  1. A New Destination
  2. Tristan D’acunha and the Isle of Amsterdam
  3. Cape Town and M. Viot
  4. A Wager and How Decided
  5. The Storm on the Indian Ocean
  6. A Hospitable Colonist
  7. The Quartermaster of the “Britannia”
  8. Preparation for the Journey
  9. A Country of Paradoxes
  10. An Accident
  11. Crime or Calamity
  12. Toline of the Lachlan
  13. A Warning
  14. Wealth in the Wilderness
  15. Suspicious Occurrences
  16. A Startling Discovery
  17. The Plot Unveiled
  18. Four Days of Anguish
  19. Helpless and Hopeless

Book III: New Zealand

  1. A Rough Captain
  2. Navigators and Their Discoveries
  3. The Martyr-Roll of Navigators
  4. The Wreck of the “Macquarie”
  5. Cannibals
  6. A Dreaded Country
  7. The Maori War
  8. On the Road to Auckland
  9. Introduction to the Cannibals
  10. A Momentous Interview
  11. The Chief’s Funeral
  12. Strangely Liberated
  13. The Sacred Mountain
  14. A Bold Stratagem
  15. From Peril to Safety
  16. Why the “Duncan” Went to New Zealand
  17. Ayrton’s Obstinacy
  18. A Discouraging Confession
  19. A Cry in the Night
  20. Captain Grant’s Story
  21. Paganel’s Last Entanglement

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