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By Jules Verne

ISBN-10: 1101127104

ISBN-13: 9781101127100

Trip to the heart of the Earth is a vintage 1864 technological know-how fiction novel through Jules Verne.

The tale contains German professor Otto Lidenbrock who believes there are volcanic tubes going towards the centre of the Earth. He, his nephew Axel, and their advisor Hans descend into the Icelandic volcano Snæfellsjökull, encountering many adventures, together with prehistoric animals and average dangers, sooner than ultimately coming to the skin back in southern Italy, on the Stromboli volcano.

From a systematic perspective, this tale has no longer elderly really in addition to different Verne tales, given that so much of his principles approximately what the internal of the Earth comprises have for the reason that been disproved, however it nonetheless manages to captivate audiences while considered as a vintage myth novel.

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2948. CHAEREAS AN D CALLIRHOE • 43 above all, dignified in appearance. Leonas, accompanied by Plangon and Callirhoe’s regular maids, went to Callirhoe. “ L ad y,” he said, “ D iony­ sius is a very just and law-abiding man; so go into the shrine and tell him truthfully w ho you really are; you can be sure o f getting all the help you deserve. ” Callirhoe was reluctant to go, but she felt safe because they were to meet in a shrine. When she got there, everybody admired her even more. Dionysius was struck dumb with wonder.

He got a boat and rowed along the shore to the beach, and then to the country house; but he was not likely to find a man who was out at sea by then. So he went back to his master, reluctantly and slowly. When Dionysius saw him looking gloom y, he asked what was wrong. 34. I accept C o b et’s supplement as im proved by Jackson. 35. M ultiple harbors w ere a com m on feature o f Greek ports; Miletus had four. CHAEREAS A ND CALLIRHOE • 39 “ Sir, I’ve lost you a talent,” he replied. “ That will make you more care­ ful in future.

So let us find out the truth from her tom orrow morning. I w on ’t have her come here; I don’t want to be suspected o f violent intentions. ” That was what Dionysius decided, and the next day he arrived at the sanctuary with friends and freedmen and the most reliable o f his ser­ vants, so as to have witnesses. He had dressed with some care, and even modestly adorned his person, seeing that he was going to meet the wom an he loved; besides, he was naturally handsome and tall, and, 38. Adopting the reading e p T T o p o v t l v ' o v , suggested by PO xy.

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