CHAPTER I The author dies, meets with Mercury, and is by him conducted tothe stage which sets out for the other world.
CHAPTER II In which the author first refutes some idle opinions concerning spirits, and then the passengers relate their several deaths.
CHAPTER III The adventures we met with in the City of Diseases.
CHAPTER IV Discourses on the road, and a description of the palace of Death.
CHAPTER V The travelers proceed on their journey, and meet several spirits who are coming into the flesh.
CHAPTER VI An account of the wheel of fortune, with a method of preparing aspirit for this world.
CHAPTER VII The proceedings of judge Minos at the gate of Elysium.
CHAPTER VIII The adventures which the author met on his first entrance intoElysium.
CHAPTER IX More adventures in Elysium.
CHAPTER X The author is surprised at meeting Julian the apostate inElysium; but is satisfied by him by what means he procured hisentrance there. Julian relates his adventures in the characterof a slave.
CHAPTER XI In which Julian relates his adventures in the character of an avaricious Jew.
CHAPTER XII What happened to Julian in the characters of a general, an heir,a carpenter, and a beau.
CHAPTER XIII Julian passes into a fop.
CHAPTER XIV Adventures in the person of a monk.
CHAPTER XV Julian passes into the character of a fiddler.
CHAPTER XVI The history of the wise man.
CHAPTER XVII Julian enters into the person of a king.
CHAPTER XVIII Julian passes into a fool.
CHAPTER XIX Julian appears in the character of a beggar.
CHAPTER XX Julian performs the part of a statesman.
CHAPTER XXI Julian's adventures in the post of a soldier.
CHAPTER XXII What happened to Julian in the person of a tailor.
CHAPTER XXIII The life of alderman Julian.
CHAPTER XXIV Julian recounts what happened to him while he was a poet.
CHAPTER XXV Julian performs the parts of a knight and a dancing-master.