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An Antarctic Mystery (Extraordinary Voyages, #44) Published in this edition as An Antarctic Mystery but also known as The Sphinx of the Ice Fields In this novel we follow as strange a journey as can be, as strange as it is, it s nowhere near as strange as what they will find waiting at its end Best Read [ An Antarctic Mystery (Extraordinary Voyages, #44) ] Author [ Jules Verne ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – thegreatwallonline.us

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  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • An Antarctic Mystery (Extraordinary Voyages, #44)
  • Jules Verne
  • English
  • 21 October 2018
  • 1598183206

10 thoughts on “An Antarctic Mystery (Extraordinary Voyages, #44)


  1. says:

    Poe s only novel, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket was a financial and critical failure at the time of publication Yet, Poe s tale inspired generations that came after him, including many well known authors.One of them was this literary god Jules Verne Jules Verne loved the story so much that he actually wrote a novel set in the same world as Poe s story He named the novel as Le Sphinx des glacesThe Sphinx of the Ice Fieldswhich became known as An Antarctic Mystery in later Poe s only novel, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket was a financial and critical failure at the time of publication Yet, Poe s tale inspired generations that came after him, including many well known authors.One of them was this literary god Jules Verne Jules Verne loved the story so much that he actually wrote a novel set in the same world as Poe...


  2. says:

    Zagonetka ledenog mora il VernIzdanje Tehni ka knjiga, 1955.g il Vern ovu ledenu avanturu posve uje uspomeni na E.A.Poa, ije je delo Do ivljaji Artura Gordona Pima Vernu poslu ilo kao svojevrsna inspiracija Roman prati pustolovine gospodina D orlinga, svetskog putnika, i posade broda Holbrejn na elu sa kapetanom Len Gajom D orling se pridru uje posadi broda kapetana Gaja na proputovanju kroz antarkti ke, ledom okovane, vode Naime, kapetan Gaj kre e na putovanje prate i pustolov Zagonetka ledenog mora il VernIzdanje Tehni ka knjiga, 1955.g il Vern ovu ledenu avanturu posve uje uspomeni na E.A.Poa, ije je delo Do ivljaji Ar...


  3. says:

    Here is the GR blurb for this edition of this book An Antarctic Mystery or, The Sphinx of the Ice Fields, was published first in 1897 as a response to Edgar Allan Poe s 1838 novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket It is an adventure story following the journey of of an unnamed narrator through the Kerguelen Islands in the Indian Ocean aboard the ship, the Halbrane.I already had this title on my Someday lists because I had enjoyed some of Verne s other work when I was younger and Here is the GR blurb for this edition of this book An Antarctic Mystery or, The Sphinx of the Ice Fields, was published first in 1897 as a response to Edgar Allan Poe s 1838 n...


  4. says:

    This is an unofficial sequel to Edgar Allan Poe s only novel,1838 s, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.Jules Verne was a great admirer of the American writer Mr.Jeorling is an geological researcher mineralogist , and believes that book was factual He s serious and roams the seas of the Earth to find Pym.Reaching the remote Indian Ocean s, Kerguelen Islands and stranded there for many weeks ,after finishing a job.He meets Captain Len Guy of the Halbrane.The captain s brother has This is an unofficial sequel to Edgar Allan Poe s only novel,1838 s, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.Jules Verne was a great admirer of the American writer Mr.Jeorling is an geological researcher mineralogist , and believes that book was factual He s serious and roams the seas of the Earth to find Pym.Reaching the remote Indian Ocean s, Kerguelen Islands and stranded there for many weeks ,after finishing a job.He meets Captain Len Guy of the Halbrane.The captain s brother has vanished in the southern seas Jeorling persuades him that his brother might still be alive and is taken on board The Halbrane always sails south at the researcher s urging Day after day the endless voyage continues Will they travel all the way to the Antarctic The crew is frightened, who wouldn t be Led by an ambitious sailor named Hearne,the kind of man that doesn t mind killing.He s constantly threatening mutiny.Inevitability the ...


  5. says:

    I finished Jules Verne s Le Sphinx de Glaces Verne wrote his book as a follow up continuation of Edgar Allan Poe s novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.Reading Verne s methodical sequel after Poe s meandering novel had me picturingPoe created a sense of creeping dread in his meandering novel that was part seafaring misadventure, a bit of scientific flora fauna diary, a bizarre horror story, capped by an abrupt, inconclusive ending His perplexing narrative spurre I finished Jules Verne s Le Sphinx de Glaces Verne wrote his book as a follow up continuation of Edgar Allan Poe s novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket.Reading Verne s methodical sequel after Poe s meandering novel had me picturingPoe created a sense of creeping dread in his meandering novel that was part seafaring misadventure, a bit of scientific flora fauna diary, a bizarre horror story, capped by an abrupt, inconclusive ending His perplexing narrative spurred both H.P Lovecraft Jules Verne to write their own novels to continue flesh out Poe s story.H.P Lovecraft s novel borrows the setting builds on the abrupt ending, creating a horror landscape that delves into the Antarctic area decades after Pym disappears Lovecraft s horrific scenes extend the setting creatures, imagining what Pym might have also encountered had Poe decided to share Pym s A...


  6. says:

    Belki biraz garip, bu hayat m boyunca okudu um ikinci Jules Verne kitab yd lki sko ya Seyahati Klasiklerin i in herkesin okudum deyip kimsenin okumad kitaplar olduklar s k a s ylenir Ya da Calvino nun deyi iyle kimsenin okuyorum demeyip tekrar okuyorum dedi i kitaplar okuduklar D nya zerinde bu c mlelerin en ok yak t yazarlardan biridir herhalde Jules Verne Verne in, Arz n Merkezine Seyahat, Denizler Alt nda Yirmi Bin Fersah, Seksen G nde Devri Alem gibi eserlerine g lge boyu Belki biraz garip, bu hayat m boyunca okudu um ikinci Jules Verne kitab yd lki sko ya Seyahati Klasiklerin i in herkesin okudum deyip kimsenin okumad kitaplar olduklar s k a s ylenir Ya da Calvino nun deyi iyle kimsenin okuyorum demeyip tekrar okuyorum dedi i kitaplar okuduklar D nya zerinde bu c mlelerin en ok yak t yazarlardan biridir herhalde Jules Verne Verne in, Arz n Merkezine Seyahat, Denizler Alt nda Yirmi Bin Fersah, Seksen G nde Devri Alem gibi eserlerine g lge boyutunda, filmlerle, izgi filmlerle, haklar ndaki yaz larla o umuz y llar boyunca maruz tutulsak, hatta baz lar m z ilkokul y llar nda k rp lm zet metinleri afili ocuk kitaplar olarak g zden ge irmi olsak da ancak ok az ki i bu eserleri tam metin halinde okudum diyebilme ayr cal na sahip olmu tur Hele belli bir ya tan sonra Jules Verne okuman n okuyucuya Tolstoy, Balzacvari bir kar...


  7. says:

    This is the first Jules Verne novel I have read and I enjoyed it The reason I read this book is because it is the sequel to Edgar A Poe s The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym If you have read that novel, you realize that Poe left off rather abruptly and did not finish his narrative I m not sure why It bothered me quite a bit I wanted to know what happened Well, apparently, Jules Verne did too He wrote this continuation of Poe s novel in 1895 Originally in French, I read an English tran This is the first Jules Verne novel I have read and I enjoyed it The reason I read this book is because it is the sequel to Edgar A Poe s The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym If you have read that novel, you realize that Poe left off rather abruptly and did not finish his narrative I m not sure why It bothered me quite a bit I wanted to know what happened Well, apparently, Jules Verne did too He wrote this continuation of Poe s novel in 1895 Originally in French, I read an English translation The introduction in my edition was from 1975 and explained how Poe, Verne, and Wells were instrumental in the birth of science fiction Jules Verne believed in the supernatural but not in the same way as Poe did or as Poe wrote He was strictly scientific and wanted his books to be true to science, or at least the science that they knew back then He believed in God and God s will and it is apparent in...


  8. says:

    This was a nearly amazing novel First, I purchased the complete writings of Jules Verne as a single volume from the Kindle store I think it was 99 cents something like that And I ve been reading my way through the collection Finishing Antarctic Mystery puts me about 32% of the way through the collection So I have no knowledge of what page I am on at any given time.As for this story, it quic...


  9. says:

    A very interesting exploration tale Jules Vernes descriptions can be intense but he really draws a great picture of everything going on and in reading this book it is very hard not to see the ocean , the ice and the various landscapes Some very dated bits such as the need to constantly refer to a character as a half breed are declaring all black people are flighty with no concept of the future but sadly it is of the age in that respect.Side from that it is an interesting tale and a great conce A very interesting exploration tale Jules Vernes descriptions can be intense but he really draws a great picture of everything going on and in reading this book it is very hard not to see the ocean , the ice and the various landscapes Some very dated bits such as the need to constantly refer to a character as a half breed are declaring all black people are flighty with no concept of the future but sadly it is of the age in that respect.Side from that it is an i...


  10. says:

    I enjoyed this so muchthan I expected It was exciting and fairly fast paced the narrative never flagged An interesting tidbit, which I presume to be true It is a well known fact that ice, whether formed from fresh or salt water, contains no salt, owing to the chloride of sodium being eliminated in the change from the liquid to the solid state The origin of the ice, therefore, is a matter of no importance However, those blocks which are easily distinguished by their greenish colour an I enjoyed this so muchthan I expected It was exciting and fairly fast paced the narrative never flagged An interesting tidbit, which I presume to be true It is a well known fact that ice, whether formed from fresh or salt water, contains no salt, owing to the chloride of sod...

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