Michael Strogoff Or The Courier Of The Czar

Author: Jules Verne
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ISBN: 1632097117
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Trajectory presents classics of world literature with 21st century features! Our original-text editions include the following visual enhancements to foster a deeper understanding of the work: Word Clouds at the start of each chapter highlight important words. Word, sentence, paragraph counts, and reading time help readers and teachers determine chapter complexity. Co-occurrence graphs depict character-to-character interactions as well character to place interactions. Sentiment indexes identify positive and negative trends in mood within each chapter. Frequency graphs help display the impact this book has had on popular culture since its original date of publication. Use Trajectory analytics to deepen comprehension, to provide a focus for discussions and writing assignments, and to engage new readers with some of the greatest stories ever told. "Michael Strogoff: The Courier of the Czar (French: Michel Strogoff)" is a 1876 novel by Jules Verne. In Russia a traitor has motivated Feofar Khan to attack Siberia and form a rebellion.

Michael Strogoff Or The Courier Of The Czar

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Michael Strogoff

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Michael Strogoff, a 30-year-old native of Omsk, is a courier for Tsar Alexander II of Russia. The Tartar Prince, Feofar Khan, incites a rebellion and separates the Russian Far East from the mainland, severing telegraph lines. Rebels encircle Irkutsk, where the local governor, a brother of the Tsar, is making a last stand.

Michael Strogoff

Author: Jules Verne
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Michael Strogoff

Author: Jules Verne
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Michael Strogoff, a 30-year-old native of Omsk, is a courier for Tsar Alexander II of Russia. The Tartar Khan (prince), Feofar Khan, incites a rebellion and separates the Russian Far East from the mainland, severing telegraph lines. Rebels encircle Irkutsk, where the local governor, a brother of the Tsar, is making a last stand. Strogoff is sent to Irkutsk to warn the governor about the traitor Ivan Ogareff, a former colonel, who was once demoted and exiled and now seeks revenge against the imperial family. He intends to destroy Irkutsk by setting fire to the huge oil storage tanks on the banks of the Angara River.

Michael Strogoff

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Michael Strogoff Courier To The Czar

Author: Jules Verne
Editor: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849645754
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There were few countries which were so full of interest to the world as was Russia. In laying the scene of this story in this great empire, Jules Verne seems to have aimed to gratify his readers. A revolt in some of the remoter provinces makes it necessary for the Czar to communicate with his brother, the Grand Duke, at Irkutsk. Michael Strogoff, one of the corps of the couriers of the Czar, is selected for the dangerous service. His marvelous coolness, prudence, and courage are constantly and thoroughly tested in the course of his perilous journey, but atlast he falls into the hands of the insurgents. The story of his thrilling adventures is related with such vivid power as to make it seem like an actual narrative, while the descriptions of the country, of the people, and of their customs are evidently the result of actual study and close observation.

Adrift In The Pacific

Author: Jules Verne
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Jules Verne was a French writer; born in Nantes, February 8, 1828. He was educated in his native town; studied law in Paris, where he devoted much attention to dramatic literature. His comedy, Les Pailles Rompues, was performed at the Gymnase in 1850, and Onze Tours de Liege followed. His fame rests upon his scientific romances, which have a touch of extravagance in their treatment. His works, which are widely read, have been translated into English.Among his works are: Five Weeks in a Balloon (1870); A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1872); Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1873); Meridiana, the Adventures of Three Englishmen and Three Russians in South Africa (1873); From the Earth to the Moon Direct in Ninety-seven Hours, Twenty Minutes, and a Trip Round It (1873); The Fur Country, or Seventy Degrees North Latitude (1874); Around the World in Eighty Days (1874); A Floating City and The Blockade Runners (1874); The English at the North Pole (1874); Dr. Ox's Experiment (1874); A Winter Amid the Ice (1875); The Mysterious Island (1875); The Survivors of the "Chancellor" (1875); Michael Strogoff, the Courier of the Czar (1876); The Child of the Cavern (1877); Hector Servadac, or the Career of a Comet (1877); Dick Sands, the Boy Captain (1878); Le Rayon Vert (1882); Kera-ban-le-teta (1883); L?Etoile du Sud (1884); Le Plays de Diamants (1884); Le Chemin de France (1887); Deux Ans de Vaccances (1888); Famille Sans Nom (1889); Caesar Cascabel (1890); Mathias Sautlorf (1890); Nord Contre Sud (1890); The Purchase of the North Pole (1890); Claudius Bombamac (1892); A Castle in the Carpathians (1892).

The Illustrated London News

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The Kip Brothers

Author: Jules Verne
Editor: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819574589
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Castaways on a barren island in the South Seas, Karl and Pieter Kip are rescued by the brig James Cook. After helping to quell an onboard mutiny, however, they suddenly find themselves accused and convicted of the captain’s murder. In this story, one of his last Voyages Extraordinaires, Verne interweaves an exciting exploration of the South Pacific with a tale of judicial error reminiscent of the infamous Dreyfus Affair. This Wesleyan edition brings together the first English translation with one of the first detailed critical analyses of the novel, and features all the illustrations from the original 1902 publication.