All Around the Moon by Jules Verne Page 1 of 354

CONTENTS.

PRELIMINARY CHAPTER
CHAPTER I. FROM 10 P.M. TO 10. 46' 40''
CHAPTER II. THE FIRST HALF HOUR
CHAPTER III. THEY MAKE THEMSELVES AT HOME AND FEEL QUITE COMFORTABLE
CHAPTER IV. FOR THE CORNELL GIRLS
CHAPTER V. THE COLDS OF SPACE
CHAPTER VI. INSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATION
CHAPTER VII. A HIGH OLD TIME
CHAPTER VIII. THE NEUTRAL POINT
CHAPTER IX. A LITTLE OFF THE TRACK
CHAPTER X. THE OBSERVERS OF THE MOON
CHAPTER XI. FACT AND FANCY
CHAPTER XII. A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE LUNAR MOUNTAINS
CHAPTER XIII. LUNAR LANDSCAPES
CHAPTER XIV. A NIGHT OF FIFTEEN DAYS
CHAPTER XV. GLIMPSES AT THE INVISIBLE


CHAPTER XVI. THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
CHAPTER XVII. TYCHO
CHAPTER XVIII. PUZZLING QUESTIONS
CHAPTER XIX. IN EVERY FIGHT, THE IMPOSSIBLE WINS
CHAPTER XX. OFF THE PACIFIC COAST
CHAPTER XXI. NEWS FOR MARSTON!
CHAPTER XXII. ON THE WINGS OF THE WIND
CHAPTER XXIII. THE CLUB MEN GO A FISHING
CHAPTER XXIV. FAREWELL TO THE BALTIMORE GUN CLUB

PRELIMINARY CHAPTER,

RESUMING THE FIRST PART OF THE WORK AND SERVING AS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SECOND.

A few years ago the world was suddenly astounded by hearing of an experiment of a most novel and daring nature, altogether unprecedented in the annals of science.



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