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Title:La vuelta al mundo en 80 días
Format Type:eBook PDF / e-Pub
(Rating: 2 - 53 votes)
ISBN 13:9789500815161
Number of Pages:163 pages

Jules Verne La vuelta al mundo en 80 días

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC La vuelta al mundo en 80 días La fertil imaginacion de Julio Verne nos pone en condiciones de disfrutar de las mas arriesgadas aventuras, de las mas apasionantes viajes. Nos muestra las quixoticas ciudades de Oriente, los paisajes de lejanas tierras, los mercados, los puertos, las selvas... y viajamos con el y con sus personajes sabiendo que olvidaremos en ocasiones el motivo y que nos dejaremos llevar por el paisaje y las emociones.Un excentrico y metodico ingles, un mayordomo dicharachero y una apuesta bastan a Julio Verne para proponeros un trepidante viaje alrededor del mundo. La costas de Arabia, las populosas ciudades de la India, las selvas, los bulliciosos puertos de Asia, las llanuras y montaas de America y los peligros de los oceanos seran escenarios incomparables de las aventuras de Mr. Fogg y Picaporte.

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Five Union prisoners escape from the siege of Richmond in a balloon, are blown off course and crash on an uncharted island. They must learn to rebuild a society for themselves while awaiting rescue., ALL that could be discovered, however, on these pieces of paper was a few words here and there, the remainder of the lines being almost completely obliterated by the action of the water. Lord Glenarvan examined them attentively for a few minutes, turning them over on all sides, holding them up to the light, and trying to decipher the least scrap of writing, while the others looked on with anxious eyes., Verne's 1865 tale of a trip to the moon is (as you'd expect from Verne) great fun, even if bits of it now seem, in retrospect, a little strange. Our rocket ship gets shot out of a cannon? To the moon? Goodness! But in other ways it's full of eerie bits of business that turned out to be very near reality: he had the cost, when you adjust for inflation, almost exactly right. There are other similarities, too. Verne's cannon was named the Columbiad; the Apollo 11 command module was named Columbia. Apollo 11 had a three-person crew, just as Verne's did; and both blasted off from the American state of Florida. Even the return to earth happened in more-or-less the same place. Coincidence -- or fact!? We say you'll have to read this story yourself to judge.,