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Twice in the twenty-four hours they were thrown a piece of the intestines of goats grilled on the coals, or a few bits of that cheese called "kroute," made of sour ewe's milk, and which, soaked in mare's milk, forms the Kirghiz dish, commonly called " koumyss. It may be added that the weather had become detestable. There were considerable atmospheric commotions, brin Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Michel Strogoff De Moscou a Irkoutsk Voyages Extraordinaires by Verne Jules
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About Jules Verne. Jules Verne. Jules Gabriel Verne was a French author who pioneered the genre of science-fiction. Few writers other than Jules Verne have experienced the celebrity and permanent flood of derivatives that are based on their name and work. In the second half of the nineteenth century, wallpaper representing the blindness of Michael Strogoff or the cave of snakes in Around the World in Eighty Days decorated the rooms of the French bourgeoisie.
Even during Jules Verne's lifetime, his name had become a known term. To a civil servant who told General Lyautey: "All this, sir, it's like doing a Jules Verne", the General replied, "Yes, sir, it's like doing a Jules Verne, because for twenty years, the people who move forward have been doing a Jules Verne". This famous speech is the beginning of the symbol, the icon "Jules Verne" which has nothing in common with the writer and his work.
Jules Verne has become a concept, an archetype referring to adventure. Because of these products and his works marketed for youth, which have been abbreviated and even mutilated to look childish both in French and English, Jules Verne has continued to be read and his name has not disappeared into oblivion.up.guai.im/28-hydroxychloroquin-und-azithromycin.php
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Verne has been translated into 93 languages  and his readership covers the planet. But only for the last fifty years has the author of the Extraordinary Voyages been the subject of important research and discoveries, sometimes surprising and unexpected. In , Vernian research was consolidated in Amiens with the celebration of the centenary of the writer's death.
This first and still unique gathering saw experts from around the world gathering in Amiens to meet each other and put faces on names that until then only emails had allowed them to enjoy. From France it was the least they could do This global collaboration began in the mid-twentieth century when members of the American Jules Verne Society corresponded with Jean-H. Through science fiction conventions, Verne specialists could also meet on both sides of the Atlantic.
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However, not until the twenty-first century has working together materialized in books for the general public. Jules Verne's novels were translated into many languages during his lifetime. Although such translations—of good quality in Portuguese,  but typically disastrous in English  — have built a base for Vernian studies, they are not part of the international Vernian research.