John Luther Long
N.B. The full text of Madam Butterfly, including the
illustrations from the 1903 Grosset & Dunlap edition, is available on
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/LONG/. Unfortunately, at
this time the internal hyperlinks on all the pages are incorrect, so
it is not possible to read through the story following the links.
Therefore we are providing a table of contents to the individual pages
(chapters and illustrations); the reader will have to use the browser's
return feature to return to this page for navigation among pages.
- Mr. B. F.
Pikkerton - And His Way
- Trouble -
- A Song
of Sorrow - And Death - And Heaven
- How He
Didn't Understand Her Whichever
- The Bright
Red Spot in Cho's Cheeks
- "The Mos'
Bes' Nize Man"
- Like a
Picture of Bunchosai
- The Good
Consul's Compassionate Lying
- The Blonde
- When the
Robins Nest Again
- At the
head of it... sat Cho-Cho-San (Frontispiece)
he is a miracle! Yes!
nakodo fixed that day a week
hid behind the shoji
lighted the andon
had a sword in her lap as she sat down
Monday, 08-Dec-2003 21:36:49 PST