Another World eBook

Benjamin Lumley
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 202 pages of information about Another World.
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XI—­ELECTRICITY IN MONTALLUYAH.1
XIII.—­THE MICROSCOPE.1
XV.—­MADNESS.1
XVII.—­INTERNAL CITIES—­SUNSHINE PICTURES2
XIX.—­WOMAN.2
XXI.—­THE DRESS OF SHAME—­SUN COLOURS.2
XXIII.—­PREPARATIONS FOR THE MARRIAGE.2
XXV.—­FLOWERS IMPROVED BY ELECTRICITY.3
XXVII.—­SYLIFA.3
XXIX.—­THE LITTLE GOATHERD.3
XXXI.—­BEAUTY.3
XXXIII.—­GYMNASTICS.4
XXXV.—­PRAYER.4
XXXVII.—­THE ALLMANYUKA.4
XXXIX.—­CONSUMPTION—­THE EMEUTE.4
XLI.—­SOCIAL INTERCOURSE.5
XLIII—­SHIPS.5
XLV.—­THE HIPPOPOTAMUS.5
XLVII.—­THE SUN.6
ANOTHER WORLD.9
I.9
II.11
III.12
IV.14
V.16
VI.19
VII.21
VIII.23
IX.26
X.28
HEAVY MATERIALS LIGHTENED BY ELECTRICITY.29
XI.31
MANY KINDS OF ELECTRICITY.32
DRAWING OUT AND CONCENTRATING ELECTRICITIES FOR USE.32
WILD BIRDS CAUGHT BY ELECTRICITY.33
XII.34
VIVISECTION.34
HOW DISCOVERED.34
XIII.35
MUSIC.35
INTERNAL CONCENTRATED LIGHT.36
EXPERIMENT ON THE LIVING MAN.36
XIV.37
XV.38
XVI.40
THE DEATH SOLACE.41
XVII.41
SUNSHINE PICTURES.43
XVIII.43
I. THE FOUNDING OF THE SCHOOLS.44
II.  THE AMUSEMENT GALLERY.44
IV.  WOMAN.45
V. MARRIED LIFE.45
VI.  FLOCKS AND HERDS.45
VII.  THE ALLMANYUKA.45
VIII.  THE STAR INSTRUMENT.45
IX.  NAVIGATION.46
X. CONSUMPTION OF THE VITALITY.46
XI.  MADNESS.46
XII.  EXPOSITION OF THE NEW DOCTRINES.46
XIII.  THE REBELS.46
XIV.  THE MOUNTAIN SUPPORTER.46
XV.  INVENTION OF THE LEAF INSTRUMENT.47
XVI.  SUN-POWER.47
XVII.  THE ELECTRIC THEATRE.47
XVIII.  INFANTS’ EXERCISING MACHINES.47
XIX.  INSTALLATION OF CHARACTER-DIVERS.47
XX.  THE VALLEY OF THE ROCKS.47
XXI.  THE CONSUMMATION.47
XIX.48
CHOOSING BY HANDS.49
CHOOSING BY FOOT.50
GIRLS’ DORMITORIES.51
XX.52
XXL.55
SUN SILK.55
THE ART OF PLEASING.56
XXII.56
LADY’S COSTUME.57
HEAD-ORNAMENTS.57
GENTLEMAN’S COSTUME.58
XXIII.59
XXIV.61
XXV.64
PROCESS FOR CHANGING FORM.65
PRODUCTION OF COLOUR.65
SUN-FORCING.67
XXVI.68
XXVII.72
XXVIII.74
XXIX.76
XXX.78
ADVOCATES.81
XXXI.82
RIDICULE ATTACHING TO THE SUBJECT OF BABIES.86
XXXII.88
THE TEETH.90
XXXIII.92
BATHING IN THE SEA.93
TREE-EARTH BATHS.93
XXXIV.95
XXXV.97
LECTURES.98
XXXVI.99
THE MALE ALONE KILLED.100
SLAUGHTERING ANIMALS.100
THE BLOOD OF ANIMALS.101
PROTECTION OF THE MEAT FROM INSECTS.101
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.102
XXXVII.102
XXXVIII.107
GOLDEN-COLOURED PAPER.108
XXXIX.109
XL.112
XLI.115
THE MONOMANIAC.117
XLII.119
THE FLYING CHILDREN.119
WILL.119
THE DEAF AND DUMB CHILD.120
THE MONKEYS.120
INTRODUCTION OF STRANGERS.121
THE ATTRACTING-MACHINE.122
XLIII.123
TIMBER FOR SHIPS.125
THE COMPASS.126
THE ANCHOR.126
XLIV.126
XLV.128
THE HIPPOPOTAMUS HIDE.128
HABITS.130
REARING HIPPOPOTAMI.130
XLVI.134
THE TIGER AND THE CHILD.135
THE UNICORN.136
XLVII.136
THE SUN-OCEAN AND MOUNTAINS.138
CONTINENTS.138
HURRICANES.138
COMETS.139
THE END.140
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