Tartarin of Tarascon, by Alphonse Daudet
- The Garden Round the Giant Trees.
- A general glance bestowed upon the good town of Tarascon, and a particular one
on “the cap-poppers.”
- “Naw, naw, naw!” The general glance protracted upon the good town.
- How Tartarin went round to his club.
- The two Tartarins.
- Tartarin — The Europeans at Shanghai — Commerce — The Tartars — Can Tartarin of
Tarascon be an Impostor? — The Mirage.
- Mitaine’s Menagerie — A Lion from the Atlas at Tarascon — A Solemn and Fearsome
- Singular effects of Mental Mirage.
- Before the Start.
- “Let’s have it out with swords gentleman, not pins!”
- A memorable Dialogue in the little Baobab Villa.
- The Departure.
- The Port of Marseilles —“All aboard, all aboard!”
- The Passage — The Five Positions of the Fez — The Third Evening Out — Mercy upon
- “To arms! to arms”
- An Invocation to Cervantes — The Disembarkation — Where are the Turks? — Not a
sign of them — Disenchantment
- The First Lying in Wait.
- Bang, bang!
- Arrival of the Female — A Terrible Combat —“Game Fellows Meet Here!”
- About an Omnibus, a Moorish Beauty, and a Wreath of Jessamine.
- Ye Lions of the Atlas, repose in peace!
- Prince Gregory of Montenegro.
- “Tell me your father’s name, and I will tell you the name of that flower.”
- Sidi Tart’ri Ben Tart’ri.
- The Latest Intelligence from Tarascon.
- What becomes of the Old Stage-coaches.
- A little gentleman drops in and “drops upon” Tartarin.
- A Monastery of Lions.
- The Caravan on the March.
- The Night-watch in a Poison-tree Grove.
- Bagged him at Last.
- Catastrophes upon Catastrophes.
- Tarascon again!