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

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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
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
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
Abbreviations Used in Notes and Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

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