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Description of a palace in a valley,
The discontent of Rasselas in the happy valley,
The wants of him that wants nothing,
The prince continues to grieve and muse,
The prince meditates his escape,
A dissertation on the art of flying,
The prince finds a man of learning,
The history of Imlac,
The history of Imlac continued,
Imlac's history continued. A dissertation upon
Imlac's narrative continued. A hint on pil-
The story of Imlac continued,
Rasselas discovers the means of escape,
Rasselas and Imlac receive an unexpected visit, 73'
The prince and princess leave the valley, and see
CHAP. XVI. .
They enter Cairo and find every man happy,
The prince associates with young men of spirit and
The prince finds a wise and happy man,
A glimpse of pastoral lise,
The danger of prosperity,
The happiness of solitude. The hermit's history, 98
The happiness of a life led according to nature, 102
The prince and his sister divide between them the
work of observation,
. CHAP. XXIV.
The prince examines the happiness of high sta- .
The princess pursues her inquiry with more dili-
gence than success,
The princess continues her remarks upon private
Disquisition upon greatness,
Rasselas and Nekayah continue their conversation, 123