Voyage d’études - 199x - Jules Verne

Fact-Finding Mission - 2012 - Jules Verne

(J-M Margot)
Jules Verne

Re Biblio:
[VE?] = Voyage d’études - Original unfinished novel by Jules Verne (This was used as inspiration by Michel)
[BC] = L'Etonnante aventure de la mission Barsac - As written by Michel Verne (1919)

Note: Voyage d’études, is an unfinished novel that Jules Verne began writing in 1903. The manuscript contains 4 chapters and the beginning of the 5th. It was this manuscript that gave Michel Verne the basis for writing L'Etonnante aventure de la mission Barsac

Alternate English Titles:

  • Scholarships for Travel (Jules Verne Encyclopedia title translation)
  • Fact-Finding Mission

Plot Synopsis (from Jules Verne Encyclopedia): 
Scholarships for travel are won by a group of boys, but in the Antilles they are abducted by pirates in a satire of alternating colonial rulers amoung the various islands

This listing contains ALL Jules Verne Encyclopedia bibliographic entries for this book.
First French Edition:  
First English Editon: n/a Jules Verne Encyclopedia:
"Unfortunately, this novel remains unavailable for English language readers."

ed: Since the publication of the Jules Verne Encyclopedia, a new English translation has appeared.

First US Edition:   Fact-Finding Mission / Voyage d’études

appears in:
Vice, Redemption and the Distant Colony
BearManor Media
Albany, GA

Series: The Palik Series, Volume 5

ISBN-13:  ( Paperback Buy from Amazon )

Contents of this Volume:

  • Introduction: A Familial Collaboration
  • Forward: Pierre-Jean and The Sombre Fate of Jean Morenas
  • Pierre-Jean (translated by Kieran O'Driscoll)
  • The Sombre Fate of Jean Morenas (translated by Kieran O'Driscoll)
  • Forward: Fact-Finding Mission
  • Fact-Finding Mission (translated by Kieran O'Driscoll)
  • Illustrations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contributors
  • The Palik Series

The Palik Series is published by BearManor Fiction, under the auspices of the 
NAJVS – (North American Jules

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