H.G. Wells > The Island of Doctor Moreau
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Each preserved the quality of its particular species: the human mark distorted but did not hide the leopard, the ox, or the sow, or other animal or animals, from which the creature had been moulded.—Chap. 15, ¶8
H.G.
Wells
The Island of Doctor Moreau
A Possibility
 
H. G. Wells
 
On a deceivingly beautiful island in the South Seas exists the sinister kingdom of Doctor Moreau. Shipwrecked in this seeming paradise, the unfortunate Edward Prendick stumbles upon the wild beastly creations of the sadistic doctor and enters into a bizarre and terrifying world of a doctor who plays an evil God and cruelly creates monstrosities of living creatures.
 
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CONTENTS
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1896
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
 
  1. Introduction
  2. In the Dingey of the Lady Vain
  3. The Man Who Was Going Nowhere
  4. The Strange Face
  5. At the Schooner’s Rail
  6. The Man Who Had Nowhere to Go
  7. The Evil-Looking Boatmen
  8. The Locked Door
  9. The Crying of the Puma
  10. The Thing in the Forest
  11. The Crying of the Man
  12. The Hunting of the Man
  13. The Sayers of the Law
  14. The Parley
  15. Doctor Moreau Explains
  16. Concerning the Beast Folk
  17. How the Beast Folk Taste Blood
  18. A Catastrophe
  19. The Finding of Moreau
  20. Montgomery’s Bank Holiday
  21. Alone with the Beast Folk
  22. The Reversion of the Beast Folk
  23. The Man Alone



 
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