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by Jules Verne

eBook English at the North Pole, The download ISBN: 1410100596
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: Fredonia Books (NL) (November 30, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1780 kb
Fb2: 1730 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The English at the North Pole was originally published in 1864, being begun even before Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. The English at the North Pole was originally published in 1864, being begun even before Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. This vigorous Arctic tale was used to found and introduce a "Magazine of Adventure,"which was continued for some years. The book contains an accurate picture of Arctic life and of the Arctic geography known to the world of 1864. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Jules verneReleased: Feb 24, 2017ISBN: 9788826029696Format: book.

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0 0 5 Author: Jules Verne. Hatteras is convinced that the sea around the pole is not frozen and his obsession is to reach the place no matter what.

Download M4B (219MB). Download cover art Download CD case insert. The Adventures of Captain Hatteras, Part 1: The English at the North Pole. Jules VERNE (1828 - 1905).

This copy of the book appears to have been retyped by someone. You won't know from reading "The English at the North Pole," because that is just the FIRST of TWO parts that comprise Verne's complete book

This copy of the book appears to have been retyped by someone. Every 10 words there is a spelling error, missing letters, or letters replaced by random punctuation. You won't know from reading "The English at the North Pole," because that is just the FIRST of TWO parts that comprise Verne's complete book. It was originally published in two parts back in Verne's day when this was still a work-in-progress. When completed, it was subsequently published in its entirety as "The Adventures of Captain Hatteras" and also as "The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras" (depending on who translated it from Verne's French into English).

Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. The English at the North Pole was originally published in 1864, being begun even before Verne?s Journey to the Center of the Earth. This vigorous Arctic tale was used to found and introduce a "Magazin. e of Adventure," which was continued for some years.

The English at the North Pole was originally published in 1864, being begun even before Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. This vigorous Arctic tale was used to found and introduce a "Magazine of Adventure,"which was continued for some years. The book contains an accurate picture of Arctic life and of the Arctic geography known to the world of 1864. The account of the Franklin expedition and of the persistent and heroic search for its relief is carefully studied and complete, only it necessarily fails to include the later investigations of the American expedition under Lieutenant Schwatka. These finally settled the last details of the historic tragedy.
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Windworker
This copy of the book appears to have been retyped by someone. And retyped poorly. Every 10 words there is a spelling error, missing letters, or letters replaced by random punctuation. It is near impossible to read with any hope of a flow. You are guessing on half of the words.
Sataxe
A polar expedition faces life-threatening perils. What will become of them? Will they survive? Will they ALL get home safely? You won't know from reading "The English at the North Pole," because that is just the FIRST of TWO parts that comprise Verne's complete book. It was originally published in two parts back in Verne's day when this was still a work-in-progress. When completed, it was subsequently published in its entirety as "The Adventures of Captain Hatteras" and also as "The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras" (depending on who translated it from Verne's French into English). Ideally, at the onset you should choose to acquire and read the complete version, but anyone who (for some reason) decides to purchase this first-part will also need to locate that second-part titled, "The Field of Ice" (sometimes translated as "The Ice Field" or "The Desert of Ice").

Fortunately both halves are available for free in public domain editions in the Kindle Store, and in a combined version, by a different translator, under the aforementioned "Voyages" title.

The complete adventure story is pretty well-told and enjoyable, though not quite up to the 5-star standard of the best-known Verne classics like "Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea," "A Journey to the Center of the Earth," "Around the World in 80 Days," and "Mysterious Island." I would, therefore, rate the COMPLETE "Adventures of Captain Hatteras" 4-stars. Since "The English at the North Pole" is only half the story, I have given it half of that 4-star rating. It does, however make little sense to either buy or sell only half a product (except that, from the publisher's perspective, it has two books to sell, instead of just one).

FYI: To get this and EVERYTHING (!) Verne ever wrote for under 3 dollars (!), type "Delphi Verne" in the Kindle Store searchbox and purchase that fabulous Delphi ebook collection, the ONLY truly complete version of Verne's works currently available. If you love reading Jules Verne as much as I do, you will be thrilled by it.
Valawye
Verne frequently wrote his lengthy novels in parts, publishing the incomplete parts to satisfy the demands of his eager, impatient fans. Once the novel was finished and complete, and those incomplete parts had served their purpose, they were no longer needed. This is one such incomplete part, and it makes very little sense to either purchase it or read it as a stand-alone novel.

Verne wrote THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN HATTERAS (aka: THE VOYAGES AND ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN HATTERAS) in two parts, (1) THE ENGLISH AT THE NORTH POLE, and (2) THE SEA OF ICE (aka: THE DESERT OF ICE). By reading only this first part, you will not know what happens to the polar explorers and if any or all survive their ordeal. Fortunately, each part is available in the Kindle Store as a public domain freebie, as is the complete version (under the "Voyages..." title). I recommend readers download the complete version.

The complete story is not quite up there with Verne's 5-star greats THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, A JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA, and AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, but comes closer to such 4-star books as IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS and FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON, which means it's pretty good. However, since THE ENGLISH AT THE NORTH POLE is only half of that 4-star book, I must give it only half the rating (2-stars).