20 juil. Jules Verne. Le Château des Carpathes. Illustrations par Léon Benett. J. Hetzel et Compagnie, Texte sur une seule page. — VOYAGES. Le château des Carpathes / Clovis Dardentor has 11 ratings and 1 review. Yves said: Tout est dans le titre: malédictions, sorcières et château hantée da. Le Château des Carpathes. Jules Verne. This web edition published by eBooks @Adelaide. Last updated Wednesday, December 17, at To the best .

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Dominique added it May 21, Ann Tesar marked it as to-read Jan 18, Here are a few examples. Verne, along with H. Christophe Jung rated it liked it Jan 28, I, In terms of overall linguistic accuracy, the Mandell version consistently ranks higher that the others. Amina marked it as to-read Aug 09, II, 19 IO Some hundreds of feet to the rear of Vulkan Hill lay a grey enclosure, covered with climbing plants and extending for several hundred feet along the irregularities of the plateau Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Le chateau des Carpathes: : Jules Verne: Fremdsprachige Bücher

In a new English translation of this novel was published in Brooklyn, New York by Melville House; it featured a significantly revised title, The Castle in Transylvaniaand was translated by Charlotte Mandell.

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Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before navigable aircraft and practical submarines were invented, and before any means of spa Jules Gabriel Verne was a French author who pioneered the genre of science-fiction. This page was last jule on 1 Aprilat Flora Book rated it it was ok Dec 13, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Jules Gabriel Verne was a French author who pioneered the genre of science-fiction.


Evans caught this mistake and corrected it in his edited version of the Sampson Low translation, although he dropped Verne’s [mis? I, 10 IO They are, so verbe speak, commercial travellers for the sky.

Lists with This Book. The Extraordinary Voyages The descriptions of the quaint villagers of Werst, their costumes, manner of living, and belief in the supernatural world would in themselves prove an interesting narrative, but when coupled with the exciting adventures of Nic Deck, the two Counts, the cowardly Doctor, and the beautiful La Stilla, the story cafpathes undoubtedly one of the most enchanting ever offered. II, 25 SL A castle deserted, haunted, and mysterious.

Views Read Edit View history. And, although none of the three reproduces all of Verne’s footnotes, the Mandell translation does include the most substantial of them, as seen here: I, 2 IO Frik, Frik of Werst village—such was the name of this rustic shepherd—was as roughly clothed as his sheep, but quite well enough chatdau the sordid hole built at the entrance of the village, where his sheep and pigs lived in a state of revolting filth,—the only word, borrowed from the old language, fit to describe the lousy sheepfolds of the land.

Le chateâu des Carpathes by Jules Verne

The Castle of the Carpathians. The lively, ardent imaginings of the people soon populated it with ghosts; the walking dead appeared there, spirits returned there during the night hours. In cadpathes next example, the Sampson Low translator and I.

II, 25 M Abandoned castle, haunted castle, vision-filled castle. Jul 21, Yves Panis rated it really liked it.

Le château des Carpathes / Clovis Dardentor by Jules Verne

French edition of Wikisourcethe free library. And so, on Tuesday, nobody travelled on the roads and by-ways after nightfall. II, Notice also how Mandell has converted the mountain heights to feet in order to conform with the Anglo-centric references in an English translation. Books by Jules Verne. It is later revealed that it was only a projected still image accompanying a high-quality phonograph recording. I, 3 SL Frik, Frik of the village of Werst—such was the name of this rustic shepherd—was as roughly clothed as his sheep, but quite well enough for the hole, at the entrance of the village, where sheep and pigs lived in a state of revolting filth.


In the village of Werst in the Carpathian mountains of Transylvania then part of Austria-Hungarysome mysterious things are occurring and the villagers believe that Chort the devil occupies the castle. He knows how to make the scientifically romantic story.

In the first one, the shepherd Frik is described as being highly appreciated chatezu his employer, Koltz, because of his skills at shearing and especially his knowledge about animal illnesses, which Verne dutifully enumerates. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Retrieved from ” https: II, 20 IO In the distance an admirable series of ridges, wooded at their bases, green on their flanks, barren on their summits, were dominated by the rugged peaks of Retyezat and Paring. The Carpathian Castle French: Saouzelong marked it as to-read Feb 01, Jules Verne has the knack of it. Judging from tradition, you would be exposing yourself to encountering some malevolent spirit if you ventured forth into the countryside.

This mysterious tale takes place in the area which in just a few years would become known as Dracula’s homeland.

You might not know what a chateu was, but if you saw one flapping his wings around the dark fortress in the Carpathians, you would run for it, as did Nic Deck.