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Martin Rattler was a very bad boy. At least his aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Grumbit, said so; and certainly she ought to have known, if anybody should, for Martin lived with her, and was, as she herself expressed it, 'the bane of her existence; the very torment of her life.' No doubt of it whatever, according to Aunt Dorothy Grumbit's showing, Martin Rattler was 'a remarkably bad boy...'

  • Martin Rattler
  • A Boy's Adventures in the Forests of Brazil
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  • Robert Michael Ballantyne
  • EDITOR’S NOTE
  • MY DEAR YOUNG READERS
  • CHAPTER I
  • THE HERO AND HIS ONLY RELATIVE
  • CHAPTER II
  • IN DISGRACE
  • CHAPTER III
  • THE GREAT FIGHT
  • CHAPTER IV
  • A LESSON TO ALL STOCKING–KNITTERS—MARTIN’S PROSPECTS BEGIN TO OPEN UP
  • CHAPTER V
  • MARTIN, BEING WILLING TO GO TO SEA, GOES TO SEA AGAINST HIS WILL
  • CHAPTER VI
  • THE VOYAGE, A PIRATE, CHASE, WRECK, AND ESCAPE
  • CHAPTER VII
  • MARTIN AND BARNEY GET LOST IN A GREAT FOREST, WHERE THEY SEE STRANGE AND TERRIBLE THINGS
  • CHAPTER VIII
  • AN ENCHANTING LAND—AN UNCOMFORTABLE BED AND A QUEER BREAKFAST—MANY SURPRISES AND A FEW FRIGHTS, TOGETHER WITH A NOTABLE DISCOVERY
  • CHAPTER IX
  • THE HERMIT
  • CHAPTER X
  • AN ENEMY IN THE NIGHT—THE VAMPIRE BAT—THE HERMIT DISCOURSES ON STRANGE, AND CURIOUS, AND INTERESTING THINGS
  • CHAPTER XI
  • THE HERMIT’S STORY
  • CHAPTER XII
  • A HUNTING EXPEDITION, IN WHICH ARE SEEN STONES THAT CAN RUN, AND COWS THAT REQUIRE NO FOOD—BESIDES A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH A JAGUAR, AND OTHER STRANGE THINGS
  • CHAPTER XIII
  • MARTIN AND BARNEY CONTINUE THEIR TRAVELS, AND SEE STRANGE THINGS—AMONG OTHERS, THEY SEE LIVING JEWELS—THEY GO TO SEE A FESTA—THEY FIGHT AND RUN AWAY
  • CHAPTER XIV
  • COGITATIONS AND CANOEING ON THE AMAZON—BARNEY’S EXPLOIT WITH AN ALLIGATOR—STUBBORN FACTS—REMARKABLE MODE OF SLEEPING
  • CHAPTER XV
  • THE GREAT ANACONDA’S DINNER—BARNEY GETS A FRIGHT—TURTLES' EGGS, OMELETS AND ALLIGATORS' TAILS—SENHOR ANTONIO’S PLANTATION—PREPARATIONS FOR A GREAT HUNT
  • CHAPTER XVI
  • AN ALLIGATOR HUNT—REMARKABLE EXPLOSIONS—THE RAINY SEASON USHERED IN BY AN AWFUL RESURRECTION
  • CHAPTER XVII
  • THE CAPO—INTERRUPTIONS—GRAMPUS AND MARMOSET—CANOEING IN THE WOODS—A NIGHT ON A FLOATING ISLAND
  • CHAPTER XVIII
  • THE SAD AND MOMENTOUS ERA REFERRED TO AT THE CLOSE OF THE CHAPTER PRECEDING THE LAST
  • CHAPTER XIX
  • WORSE AND WORSE—EVERYTHING SEEMS TO GO WRONG TOGETHER
  • CHAPTER XX
  • MARTIN REFLECTS MUCH, AND FORMS A FIRM RESOLVE—THE INDIAN VILLAGE
  • CHAPTER XXI
  • SAVAGE FEASTS AND ORNAMENTS—MARTIN GROWS DESPERATE, AND MAKES A BOLD ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
  • CHAPTER XXII
  • THE ESCAPE—ALONE IN THE WILDERNESS—FIGHT BETWEEN A JAGUAR AND AN ALLIGATOR—MARTIN ENCOUNTERS STRANGE AND TERRIBLE CREATURES
  • CHAPTER XXIII
  • MARTIN MEETS WITH FRIENDS AND VISITS THE DIAMOND MINES
  • CHAPTER XXIV
  • THE DIAMOND MINES—MORE AND MORE ASTONISHING!
  • CHAPTER XXV
  • NEW SCENES AND PLEASANT TRAVELLING
  • CHAPTER XXVI
  • THE RETURN
  • CHAPTER XXVII
  • THE OLD GARRET
  • CHAPTER XXVIII
  • CONCLUSION
  • Footnotes
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