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Omoo
by Herman Melville
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CONTENTS
Part I
Chapter I. My Reception Aboard
Chapter II. Some Account of the Ship
Chapter III. Further Account of the Julia
Chapter IV. A Scene in the Forecastle
Chapter V. What Happened at Hytyhoo
Chapter VI. We Touch at La Dominica
Chapter VII. What Happened at Hannamanoo
Chapter VIII. The Tattooers of La Dominica
Chapter IX. We Steer to the Westward--State of Affairs
Chapter X. A Sea-Parlour Described, With Some of Its Tenants
Chapter XI. Doctor Long Ghost a Wag--One of His Capers
Chapter XII. Death and Burial of Two of the Crew
Chapter XIII. Our Destination Changed
Chapter XIV. Rope Yarn
Chapter XV. Chips and Bungs
Chapter XVI. We Encounteb a Gale
Chapter XVII. The Coral Islands
Chapter XVIII. Tahiti
Chapter XIX. A Surprise--More About Bembo
Chapter XX. The Round Robin--Visitors from Shore
Chapter XXI. Proceedings of the Consul
Chapter XXII. The Consul's Departure
Chapter XXIII. The Second Night Off Papeetee
Chapter XXIV. Outbreak of the Crew
Chapter XXV. Jermin Encounters an Old Shipmate
Chapter XXVI. We Enter the Harbour--Jim the Pilot
Chapter XXVII. A Glance at Papeetee--We are Sent Aboard the Frigate
Chapter XXVIII. Reception from the Frenchman
Chapter XXIX. The Reine Blanche
Chapter XXX. They Take Us Ashore--What Happened There
Chapter XXXI. The Calabooza Beretanee
Chapter XXXII. Proceedings of the French at Tahiti
Chapter XXXIII. We Receive Calls at the Hotel de Calabooza
Chapter XXXIV. Life at the Calabooza
Chapter XXXV. Visit from an Old Acquaintance
Chapter XXXVI. We are Carried Before the Consul and Captain
Chapter XXXVII. The French Priests Pay Their Respects
Chapter XXXVIII. Little Julia Sails Without Us
Chapter XXXIX. Jermin Serves Us a Good Turn--Friendships in Polynesia
Part II
Chapter XL. We Take Unto Ourselves Friends
Chapter XLI. We Levy Contributions on the Shipping
Chapter XLII. Motoo-Otoo a Tahitian Casuist
Chapter XLIII. One is Judged by the Company he Keeps
Chapter XLIV. Cathedral of Papoar--The Church of the Cocoa-Nuts
Chapter XLV. Missionary's Sermon; With Some Reflections
Chapter XLVI. Something About the Kannakippers
Chapter XLVII. How They Dress in Tahiti
Chapter XLVIII. Tahiti As It Is
Chapter XLIX. Same Subject Continued
Chapter L. Something Happens to Long Ghost
Chapter LI. Wilson Gives Us the Cut--Departure for Imeeo
Chapter LII. The Valley of Martair
Chapter LIII. Farming in Polynesia
Chapter LIV. Some Account of the Wild Cattle in Polynesia
Chapter LV. A Hunting Ramble with Zeke
Chapter LVI. Mosquitoes
Chapter LVII. The Second Hunt in the Mountains
Chapter LVIII. The Hunting-Feast; and a Visit to Afrehitoo
Chapter LIX. The Murphies
Chapter LX. What They Thought of Us in Martair
Chapter LXI. Preparing for the Journey
Chapter LXII. Tamai
Chapter LXIII. A Dance in the Valley
Chapter LXIV. Mysterious
Chapter LXV. The Hegira, or Flight
Chapter LXVI. How We Were to Get to Taloo
Chapter LXVII. The Journey Round the Beach
Chapter LXVIII. A Dinner-Party in Imeeo
Chapter LXIX. The Cocoa-Palm
Chapter LXX. Life at Loohooloo
Chapter LXXI. We Start for Taloo
Chapter LXXII. A Dealer in the Contraband
Chapter LXXIII. Our Reception in Partoowye
Chapter LXXIV. Retiring for the Night--The Doctor Grows Devout
Chapter LXXV. A Ramble Through the Settlement
Chapter LXXVI. An Island Jilt--We Visit the Ship
Chapter LXXVII. A Party of Rovers--Little Loo and the Doctor
Chapter LXXVIII. Mrs. Bell
Chapter LXXIX. Taloo Chapel--Holding Court in Polynesia
Chapter LXXX. Queen Pomaree
Chapter LXXXI. We Visit the Court
Chapter LXXXII. Which Ends the Book

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