Les Histoires de Jean-Marie Cabidoulin- 1901

The Sea Serpent - 1967

- 32 illustrations (Georges Roux)

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French
(J-M Margot)
Jules Verne
Encyclopedia
Myers
Bibliography
Galagher
Bibliography
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Alternate English Titles:
    Sea Serpent
    The
    Yarns of Jean-Marie Cabidoulin

Plot Synopsis: 
(courtesy of D. Kytasaari - http://epguides.com/djk/JulesVerne/works.shtml)

An old sailor sets out to sea for a final voyage hoping to catch a glimpse of the "Sea Serpent" that has eluded him all his life.


Book Collecting Information:

This listing contains ALL Jules Verne Encyclopedia bibliographic entries for this book.

French - Hetzel:(n/a) Jules Hetzel, Paris, YYYY
First English Editon:

Jules Verne Encyclopedia:
"In 1967, the I. O. Evans translation of this work was published in the Fitzroy Edition as The Sea Serpent, 191 pages, priced at $2.75 in America (Associated Booksellers) and 18s in Great Britain (ARCO). The title was actually devised by the publisher Hachette, successors to Hetzel, who changed the French title to Le Serpent de mer upon reprinting the novel."

The Sea Serpent
1967
ARCO Publications
London

Dustjacket

 First US Edition:

Jules Verne Encyclopedia:
"In 1967, the I. O. Evans translation of this work was published in the Fitzroy Edition as The Sea Serpent, 191 pages, priced at $2.75 in America (Associated Booksellers) and 18s in Great Britain (ARCO). The title was actually devised by the publisher Hachette, successors to Hetzel, who changed the French title to Le Serpent de mer upon reprinting the novel."
(same entry as above)

The Sea Serpent
1967
Associated Booksellers
Westport, Conn

Dustjacket

Significant Editions:
 
1970
Jules Verne Encyclopedia:
"In 1967, the I. O. Evans translation of this work was published in the Fitzroy Edition as The Sea Serpent, 191 pages, priced at $2.75 in America (Associated Booksellers) and 18s in Great Britain (ARCO). The title was actually devised by the publisher Hachette, successors to Hetzel, who changed the French title to Le Serpent de mer upon reprinting the novel."
(same entry as above)
** New Edition! **

The Sea Serpent
1970
Associated Booksellers
Bridgeport, Conn

Dustjacket

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