THE KINGDOM OF THIS WORLD

Part II - Pages 49 - 98

Note on pagination: All page numbers are for the new 2006 edition of the novel with a black cover. If you have the older 1989 edition with an orange cover, add six (6) to the page numbers listed below to find the reference.

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Madame d'Abrantes (page 49 - see also Duchess of Abrantes, page 85, below)

Palanquin (page 49)

The Daughter of Minos and Pasiphae (chapter title, page 51; Minos, page 56)

Contredanses (pages 51, 78, and 87)

Sonatas (page 51)

Gazette de Saint-Domingue (page 51)

Olla Podrida (page 52)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau (page 52)

Postilions (page 53)

Mulatto (page 53)

Ipecac (page 54)

Erotomania (page 54)

Malaria (page 54)

Malmsey (page 54)

Bois Caiman (page 59)

Slave curfew (page 59)

Boukman (page 60)

Loas of Africa (page 60)

Animal Sacrifice - the black pig (page 62)

Jean-Francois (page 62)

Biassou (page 62)

Jeannot (page 62)

Voltaire (page 62)

Declaration of the Rights of Man (page 62)

Esparto Grass (page 63)

Cafe de la Regence (page 65)

Palais Royal (page 65)

Tritons (page 65)

Abraham Brunias and "Professions of Faith of the Savoyard Vicar" (page 65)

Paul and Virginia (pages 65 and 87)

Constituent Assembly (page 66)

Encyclopedie (page 66 and later, as the Grande Encyclopedie, on p. 164)

Stanilaus de Wimpffen (page 66)

Lambis (page 66)

Bougainvillaea (page 67)

Demijohn (page 67)

Le Carrefour des Peres (page 69)

Chillblains (page 70)

Havanna (page 71 and thereafter)

Louis XVI (page 71)

Marie Antoinette (page 71)

Dauphin (page 71)

Anarchy (page 71)

Quadroons, Octoroons, Sacatra, and Griffe (page 72)

The Philistines (page 72)

Dagon (page 72)

Moreau De Saint-Mery (page 72)

Haitian Drum (page 72)

Henri Christophe - as cook (page 73)

Santiago de Cuba (page 75 - chapter title)

Jacobins (page 75)

Dido (page 75)

Alsace, France - "Alsatian musician" (page 75)

Clavichord (page 75)

Johann Friedrich Edelmann (page 75)

Marquis (page 76)

Monstrance (page 76)

Cafe chantant (page 76)

Bourgeois (page 77)

Solomonic columns (page 77)

Corpus Christi Day (page 77)

Monsigny (page 78)

Passepieds and Contredanses (page 78; see page 51 above for Contredances)

Émigrés (page 78)

Marseillaise (page 79)

Mason (page 79)

Don Esteban Salas (page 79)

Sulpician (page 80)

The pig of St. Anthony (page 80)

St. Benedict (page 80)

The black Virgins (page 80)

Buskins (page 80)

Houmforts (page 80)

Abacus (page 83)

Creole (page 84)

The Antilles (page 84)

Mithridate (page 84)

Pauline Bonaparte (pages 84-95)

Bajazet (page 84)

The Hellespont (page 84)

Mauritius (page 85)

Duchess of Abrantes (page 85 - see also Madame d'Abrantes, p. 49)

Bay of Biscay (page 85)

General LeClerc (page 85 and thereafter)

The Azores (page 86)

Quarterdeck (page 86)

Mizzenmast Jib (page 86)

Galatea of the Greeks (page 87)

Medlar (page 87)

Un Négre comme il y a peu des blancs (page 88)

Bernadin de Saint-Pierre, Jacques Henri (page 89)

Siesta (page 89)

Alexander Olivier Esquemeling (page 91)

Rhubarb (page 91)

Cholera (page 92)

Ajaccio (page 92)

Incense - Vodou (page 92)

Indigo and Lemon Peel - Vodou (page 92)

St. George (page 92)

Corsica (page 93)

Miasma (page 93)

Cache-sexe (page 94)

Yellow Fever (page 95)

Scapulars (page 95)

Amulet (page 95)

Papa Legba (page 95 and hereafter, including as Legba, Lord of the Roads on page 103)

Rochambeau (page 96)

Tribades (page 96)

Martinique (page 97)

Ancien Regime (page 97)

 

 

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