Jules Verne (1828-1905) is the author of many classics of science fiction and adventure, including The Meteor Hunt, Lighthouse at the End of the World, and The Golden Volcano, all available in Bison Books editions. Peter Schulman is a professor of French literature at Old Dominion University. He is a trustee of the North American Jules Verne Society and editor of Verne's The Begum's Millions.
Jules Verne lived in Nantes. Jules Verne was born in 1828 and died in 1905.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Le Tour Du Monde En 80 Jours (Petits Classiques Larousse Texte Integral)?
Le Tour du Monde en 80 Jours Jul 29, 2003
This book is an abridged version of the original in a special collection from Hachette entitled Lecture Facile (Easy Reading) and it is 77 pages long - Level 1 out of 3 with 3 being the advanced version. I used it in a level 4 French class and found it to be very useful for teaching purposes. The entire text is written in the present and the compound past so it is a great beginning reader useful to motivate inexperienced readers of French. The story is a delight and the relationships between the characters is what held everyone's attention. It is apparently timeless as all of the students commented that they loved this book. I rate it four stars because I like the full version so much better. But again, this is a great beginning reader.
Living colors of the world. Nov 4, 1999
"80 days around the world" is a wonderful trip that will take you north and south, east and west where you will see the colors, hear the anthems and taste the way of life of 1000 different cultures!