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A Journey into the Interior of the Earth

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A Journey into the Interior of the Earth
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Publisher: Pierre-Jules Hetzel
ISBN/ASIN: 1920265023
Number of pages: 183

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Jules Verne's classic science fiction adventure about Professor Liedenbrock and his nephew Axel who discover an ancient document written by an Icelandic adventurer who went to the center of the earth many years before. Being the ever-ardent discoverer and scientist, Professor Liedenbrock immediately sets off to Iceland, taking Axel along with him. Together with their guide, Hans, they enter the weird and wonderful world deep beneath the surface of the earth.

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