Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 434 pages of information about Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man.


    I Appleboro 3
   II the coming of slippy McGEE 19
  III neighbors 37
   IV underwings 48
    V enter Kerry 65
   VI “Thy servant will go and fight with this Philistine.”
      1 Sam. 17-32 94
  VII the going of slippy McGEE 111
 VIII the butterfly man 131
   IX nests 145
    X the bluejay 172
   XI A little girl grown up 189
  XII John Flint, gentleman 203
 XIII “Each in his own coin” 226
  XIV the wishing curl 258
   XV in the middle of the night 283
  XVI “Will you walk into my parlor” 302
 XVII “—­Said the spider to the fly—­” 319
XVIII st. Stanislaus crooks his elbow 343
  XIX the I O U of slippy McGEE 364
   XX between A butterfly’s wings 382



Father Armand Jean de Rance, Catholic Priest of Appleboro, South Carolina
Madame de Rance, his Mother
Clelie, their Servant
Laurence Mayne, the Boy
Mary Virginia Eustis, the Girl
James Eustis, Man of the New South
Mrs. Eustis, a Lady
doctor Walter Westmoreland, the Beloved Physician
Jim Dabney, Editor of the Appleboro “Clarion”
Major Appleby Cartwright }
miss Sally Ruth Dexter } Neighbors
judge Hammond Mayne }
George Inglesby, the Boss of Appleboro
J. Howard hunter, his Private Secretary
Kerry, an Irish Setter
Pitache, the Parish House Dog
the moths and butterflies of South Carolina
the children, the mill-hands, the factory folks, and
slippy MCGEE, sometimes known as the Butterfly Man




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