Doctor Ox’s Experiment, by Verne, Jules, 1828-1905
- How it is Useless to Seek, Even on the Best Maps, for the Small Town of Quiquendone.
- In which the Burgomaster Van Tricasse and the Counsellor Niklausse Consult About the
Affairs of the Town.
- In which the Commissary Passauf Enters as Noisily as Unexpectedly.
- In which Doctor Ox Reveals Himself as a Physiologist of the First Rank, and as an Audacious
- In which the Burgomaster and the Counsellor Pay a Visit to Doctor Ox, and what Follows.
- In which Frantz Niklausse and Suzel Van Tricasse Form Certain Projects for the Future.
- In which the Andantes Become Allegros, and the Allegros Vivaces.
- In which the Ancient and Solemn German Waltz Becomes a Whirlwind.
- In which Doctor Ox and Ygène, His Assistant, Say a Few Words.
- In which it Will Be Seen that the Epidemic Invades the Entire Town, and what Effect it
- In which the Quiquendonians Adopt a Heroic Resolution.
- In which Ygène, the Assistant, Gives a Reasonable Piece of Advice, which is Eagerly
Rejected by Doctor Ox.
- In which it is Once More Proved that by Taking High Ground All Human Littlenesses May Be
- In which Matters Go So Far that the Inhabitants of Quiquendone, the Reader, and Even the
Author, Demand an Immediate Dénouement.
- In which the Dénouement Takes Place.
- In which the Intelligent Reader Sees that he has Guessed Correctly, Despite All the
- In which Doctor Ox’s Theory is Explained.