Journey to the Centre of the Earth


Jules Verne

Translator’s title — A Journey into the Interior of the Earth
Translated by Frederick Amadeus Malleson, 1877


  1. The Professor and his Family
  2. A Mystery to be Solved at Any Price
  3. The Runic Writing Exercises the Professor
  4. The Enemy to be Starved into Submission
  5. Famine, then Victory, Followed by Dismay
  6. Exciting Discussions About an Unparalleled Exercise
  7. A Woman’s Courage
  8. Serious Preparations for Vertical Descent
  9. Iceland, But What Next?
  10. Interesting Conversations with Icelandic Savants
  11. A Guide Found to the Centre of the Earth
  12. A Barren Land
  13. Hospitality Under the Arctic Circle
  14. But Arctics can be Inhospitable, Too
  15. Snæffel at Last
  16. Boldly Down the Crater
  17. Vertical Descent
  18. The Wonders of Terrestial Depths
  19. Geological Studies in Situ
  20. The First Signs of Distress
  21. Compassion Fuses the Professor’s Heart
  22. Total Failure of Water
  23. Water Discovered
  24. Well Said, Old Mole! Canst Thou Work in the Ground So Fast?
  25. De Profundis
  26. The Worst Peril of All
  27. Lost in the Bowels of the Earth
  28. The Rescue in the Whispering Gallery
  29. Thalatta! Thalatta!
  30. A New Mare Internum
  31. Preparations for a Voyage of Discovery
  32. Wonders of the Deep
  33. A Battle of Monsters
  34. The Great Geyser
  35. An Electric Storm
  36. Calm Philosophic Discussions
  37. The Liedenbrock Museum of Geology
  38. The Professor in his Chair Again
  39. Forest Scenery Illuminated by Electricity
  40. Preparations for Blasting a Passage to the Centre of the Earth
  41. The Great Explosion and the Rush Down Below
  42. Headlong Speed Upward Through the Horrors of Darkness
  43. Shot Out of a Volcano at Last!
  44. Sunny Lands in the Blue Mediterranean
  45. All’s Well That Ends Well

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