The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym


THE NARRATIVE


OF


ARTHUR GORDON PYM.


OF NANTUCKET.


COMPRISING THE DETAILS OF A MUTINY AND ATROCIOUS BUTCHERY.
ON BOARD THE AMERICAN BRIG, GRAMPUS, ON HER WAY TO
THE SOUTH SEAS, IN THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1827.

WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RECAPTURE OF THE VESSEL BY THE
SURVIVERS; THEIR SHIPWRECK AND SUBSEQUENT HORRIBLE
SUFFERINGS FROM FAMINE; THEIR DELIVERANCE BY
MEANS OF THE BRITISH SCHOONER JANE GUY; THE
BRIEF CRUISE OF THIS LATTER VESSEL IN THE
ANTARCTIC OCEAN; HER CAPTURE, AND THE
MASSACRE OF HER CREW AMONG A
GROUP OF ISLANDS IN THE


EIGHTY-FOURTH PARALLEL OF SOUTHERN LATITUDE;


TOGETHER WITH THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES AND
DISCOVERIES


STILL FARTHER SOUTH


TO WHICH THAT DISTRESSING CALAMITY GAVE RISE.


NEW-YORK:


HARPER & BROTHERS, 82 CLIFF-ST.
———
1838.


Preface

Chapter 1.

Chapter 2.

Chapter 3.

Chapter 4.

Chapter 5.

Chapter 6.

Chapter 7.

Chapter 8.

Chapter 9.

Chapter 10.

Chapter 11.

Chapter 12.

Chapter 13.

Chapter 14.

Chapter 15.

Chapter 16.

Chapter 17.

Chapter 18.

Chapter 19.

Chapter 20.

Chapter 21.

Chapter 22.

Chapter 23.

Chapter 24.

Chapter 25.

Note

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