Table of contents for The lives of Sri Aurobindo / Peter Heehs.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Note on Proper Names
Part One: Son
1. Bengal, 1872-1879
Aurobindo Acroyd
In the Shadow of the Himalayas
Part Two: Scholar
2. England, 1879-1893
A Very Promising Boy
A Man and a Gentleman
Transitions
3. Baroda, 1893-1906
Mr. Ghose
Professor Ghose
Domestic Virtues
Revolution and Recreation
Secretary to the Crown
Principal Ghose
Taking Leave
Part Three: Revolutionary
4. Bengal, 1906-1908
A Negligible Factor
Bande Mataram
Passive and Active Resistance
Center Stage
Silence and Action
In the Thick of Things
5. Bengal, 1908-1910
A Rude Awakening
In Courtroom and Jail
The High Court of History
Karmayogin
Departure
Chandernagore
Part Four: Yogi and Philosopher
6. Pondicherry, 1910-1915
In French India
A Seed Plot
Life and Yoga
Annus Mirabilis
War and Sadhana
7. Pondicherry, 1914-1920: The Major Works
Linking the Future to the Past
A Divine Life
A New System of Yoga
Spirituality and Society
Poetry of the Present and Future
Part Five: Guide
8. Pondicherry, 1915-1926
Pictures of a Yogic Life
Beginnings and Endings
Silence and Shakti
Rue de la Marine
9. Pondicherry, 1927-1950
Sri Aurobindo and the Mother
The Ashram
A Period of Expansion
The Tail of the Supermind
The Impact of Events
Final Flowering
Epilogue
Abbreviations Used in Notes and Bibliography
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950.
Gurus -- India -- Biography.
Philosophers -- India -- Biography.
Nationalists -- India -- Biography.