Table of contents for The box of delights / by John Masefield.

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CHAPTER I
	A wandering Showman dreads to hear
	Red Riding Hood's Attackers near.
CHAPTER II
	The Wolf Pack hunts him through the snow.
	Where shall the 'nighted Showman go?
CHAPTER III
	Has a Dark Midnight in the Past
	A Way, or is tonight his last?
CHAPTER IV
	What is this Secret? Who can learn
	The Wild Wood better than from Herne?
CHAPTER V
	In dark of Cellars underneath
	Blood-hungry Sea-Wolves snap their Teeth.
CHAPTER VI
	The Oak-Tree-Lady with the Ring
	Gives Kay the Marvel of the Spring.
CHAPTER VII
	Kay dares the Cockatrice's Bite.
	Maria once more sees the Light.
CHAPTER VIII
	Blackness of hidden Caves, and Men
	Black as their Caves, at Sins agen.
CHAPTER IX
	The Spider in the Web declares
	Why he his cruel Net prepares.
CHAPTER X
	The Sea-Wolves, snapping Teeth at Kay,
	Bid him Beware of Yesterday.
CHAPTER XI
	O Greatness, hear, O Brightness, hark,
	Leave us not Little, not yet Dark.
CHAPTER XII
	Ring, blessed Bells, for Christmas Morn,
	Joy in Full Measure, Hope new-born.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fantasy.
Great Britain -- History -- 1936-1945 -- Fiction.