Uncle Robinson by Jules Verne

Uncle robinson by Jules Verne

"Uncle Robinson" - the first attempt by Jules Verne to create an adventure novel, in which the cognitive principle would be organically combined with a lively, intricate intrigue. Many of the motifs of this unfinished work are transferred to the famous "Mysterious Island".
The Clifton family, adults and children, by the will of fate is on a deserted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. Only two adults and four children - the whole family of Robinsons...


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Unabridged translation
from the French by Sidney Kravitz