Round the Moon

by

Jules Verne


Table of Contents

  1. TWENTY MINUTES PAST TEN TO FORTY-SEVEN MINUTES PAST TEN P. M.
  2. THE FIRST HALF-HOUR
  3. THEIR PLACE OF SHELTER
  4. A LITTLE ALGEBRA
  5. THE COLD OF SPACE
  6. QUESTION AND ANSWER
  7. A MOMENT OF INTOXICATION
  8. AT SEVENTY-EIGHT THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN LEAGUES
  9. THE CONSEQUENCES OF A DEVIATION
  10. THE OBSERVERS OF THE MOON
  11. FANCY AND REALITY
  12. OROGRAPHIC DETAILS
  13. LUNAR LANDSCAPES
  14. THE NIGHT OF THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FOUR HOURS AND A HALF
  15. HYPERBOLA OR PARABOLA
  16. THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
  17. TYCHO
  18. GRAVE QUESTIONS
  19. A STRUGGLE AGAINST THE IMPOSSIBLE
  20. THE SOUNDINGS OF THE SUSQUEHANNA
  21. J. T. MASTON RECALLED
  22. RECOVERED FROM THE SEA
  23. THE END


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