Kéraban. the. Inflexible. Keraban is a stubborn, headstrong man from Istanbul, whose life changes all of a sudden ... because of a simple tax. Keraban is a man of principles. He finds out that a new tax is required for crossing the ...
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: Lindhardt og Ringhof
Keraban is a stubborn, headstrong man from Istanbul, whose life changes all of a sudden ... because of a simple tax. Keraban is a man of principles. He finds out that a new tax is required for crossing the Bosphorus by boat. However rather than paying it, he decides to take a way longer trip which will cost him more money, time and may as well put his life in danger. What will happen? Who wants to make sure that Keraban will not make it on time for another arrangement he has? Will Keraban live to find out who is the villain in the story? Jules Verne’s novel "Keraban the Inflexible" from 1883 interweaves danger and adventure by taking us on an exotic trip around Turkey. Jules Verne (1828-1905) was a French novelist who mostly wrote adventure fiction inspired by the scientific advances of the 19th century. With the help of editor Pierre-Jules Hetzel he wrote a series of books called "Extraordinary Travels", which includes "Journey to the Center of the Earth" (1864), "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" (1870), and "Around the World in Eighty Days" (1873). Widely popular with both children and adults, Verne is one of the most translated authors of all times, and still inspires people the world over.
IN WHICH KÉRABAN IS MORE OBSTINATE THAN HE HAD EVER BEEN . a The door was immediately flung open , and Kéraban , Ahmet , Amasia , Nedjeb and Bruno appeared on the threshold Kéraban quickly disengaged Van Mitten .
said Ahmet “Yes, on the pretext that Kéraban's domicile, and consequently Ahmet's, is not Scutari but Constantinople!” “In Constantinople,” said Kéraban, frowning. “Now,” continued Selim, “this is the last day appointed for the marriage ...
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Jan van Mitten, a dutch businessman, meets his tobacco dealer Keraban in Istanbul. The latter decides to take Jan and his employee Bruno to his home on the other side of the Bosporus. When Keraban learns that he should pay a tax for shipping to the other side of the strait, he is so enraged that he decides to go all around the Black Sea with this visitors ....
Jules Verne. KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE OR ADVENTURES IN THE EUXINE PART I KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE OR ADVENTURES IN THE EUXINE.
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
Jules Verne, a 19th-century French author, is famed for such revolutionary science-fiction novels as “Around the World in Eighty Days” and “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”. He has sometimes been called the "Father of Science Fiction", a title that has also been given to H. G. Wells and Hugo Gernsback. In all, Verne authored more than 60 books (most notably the 54 novels comprising the “Voyages Extraordinaires”), as well as dozens of plays, short stories and librettos. He conjured hundreds of memorable characters and imagined countless innovations years before their time, including the submarine, space travel, terrestrial flight and deep-sea exploration. Verne is generally considered a major literary author in France and most of Europe, where he has had a wide influence on the literary avant-garde and on surrealism. Verne has been the second most-translated author in the world since 1979, ranking between Agatha Christie and William Shakespeare. Some of the works appear only in their original French texts, due to copyright restrictions. Table of Contents The Novels FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON PARIS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON THE FLOATING ISLAND THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN HATTERAS THE CHILDREN OF CAPTAIN GRANT In Search of the Castaways or The Children of Captain Grant New Zealand In Search of the Castaways New Zealand AROUND THE MOON TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA A FLOATING CITY THE ADVENTURES OF THREE ENGLISHMEN AND THREE RUSSIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA THE FUR COUNTRY AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND THE SURVIVORS OF THE CHANCELLOR MICHAEL STROGOFF THE COURIER OF THE CZAR OFF ON A COMET THE UNDERGROUND CITY DICK SAND: A CAPTAIN AT FIFTEEN THE BEGUM’S FORTUNE TRIBULATIONS OF A CHINAMAN IN CHINA THE STEAM HOUSE EIGHT HUNDRED LEAGUES ON THE AMAZON THE GREEN RAY THE SCHOOL FOR ROBINSONS KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE KERABAN THE INFLEXIBLE OR ADVENTURES IN THE EUXINE THE ARCHIPELAGO ON FIRE THE STAR OF THE SOUTH MATHIAS SANDORF ROBUR THE CONQUEROR THE LOTTERY TICKET THE FLIGHT TO FRANCE THE WRECK OF THE CYNTHIA NORTH AGAINST SOUTH TWO YEARS HOLIDAY THE PURCHASE OF THE NORTH POLE FAMILY WITHOUT A NAME CESAR CASCABEL THE CARPATHIAN CASTLE CLAUDIUS BOMBARNAC FOUNDLING MICK THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN ANTIFER FACING THE FLAG CLOVIS DARDENTOR THE SPHINX OF THE ICE FIELDS THE NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM OF NANTUCKET by Edgar Allan Poe NARRATIVE OF A. GORDON PYM THE SUPER ORINOCO LE SUPERBE ORÉNOQUE THE WILL OF AN ECCENTRIC SECOND FATHERLAND SECONDE PATRIE PREFACE THE VILLAGE IN THE TREETOPS LE VILLAGE AÉRIEN THE YARNS OF JEAN-MARIE CABIDOULIN LES HISTOIRES DE JEAN-MARIE CABIDOULIN THE KIP BROTHERS LES FRÈRES KIP TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIPS BOURSES DE VOYAGE DEUXIÈME PARTIE MASTER OF THE WORLD A DRAMA IN LIVONIA UN DRAME EN LIVONIE INVASION OF THE SEA L’INVASION DE LA MER THE LIGHTHOUSE AT THE END OF THE WORLD LE PHARE DU BOUT DU MONDE THE GOLDEN VOLCANO LE VOLCAN D’OR THE THOMPSON AGENCY AND CO. L’AGENCE THOMPSON AND CO. THE CHASE OF THE GOLDEN METEOR THE DANUBE PILOT THE SURVIVORS OF THE ‘JONATHAN’ THE SECRET OF WILHELM STORITZ ASTONISHING ADVENTURES OF THE BARSAC MISSION The Short Stories MARTIN PAZ THE BLOCKADE RUNNERS DR. OX AND OTHER STORIES MASTER ZACHARIUS A DRAMA IN THE AIR A WINTER AMID THE ICE THE FORTIETH FRENCH ASCENT OF MONT BLANC BY PAUL VERNE FRRITT-FLACC YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW LE HUMBUG AU XXIXe SIECLE L’ÉTERNEL ADAM A DRAMA IN MEXICO THE MUTINEERS OF THE BOUNTY IN THE YEAR 2889 IN THE YEAR 2889 AN EXPRESS OF THE FUTURE The Poetry VERNE’S POETRY À la morphine Sonnet La Cloche du soir Sonnet Connaissez-vous mon Andalouse La Fille de l’air À Herminie Le Génie Sonnet Hésitation À une jeune personne à la noble tournure, aux yeux grands et noirs. J’aime ces doux oiseaux Lorsque la douce nuit La Lune Sonnet La Mort Sonnet La Nuit Ô toi, que mon amour profond À Herminie. Quand par le dur hiver Sonnet Le Silence dans une église Sonnet La Vapeur Sonnet Vous êtes jeune et belle Sonnet The Plays VERNE’S PLAYS ONZE JOURS DE SIÈGE MICHEL STROGOFF The Non-Fiction I. THE EXPLORATION OF THE WORLD II. THE GREAT NAVIGATORS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY III. THE GREAT EXPLORERS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Constantinople . ” “ Decided , not deceased ! ” Loud cries greeted Seigneur Kéraban Then he is not a widower ! from all sides , when that good - natured if These words escaped everyone , and inflexible man embraced Ahmet and Kéraban ...
... à travers l'Impossible (Journey Through the Impossible, 1882), one of the plays he coauthored with Adolphe d'Ennery. Other plays more directly inspired by his books, Around the World in Eighty Days (1874) and Keraban the Inflexible ...
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: BearManor Media
Volume 1 of the Palik Series, published in conjunction with the North American Jules Verne Society Jules Verne is the acclaimed author of such pioneering science fiction as 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Journey to the Center of the Earth. Yet he also wrote much more, including stories never before translated into English, which will be presented for the first time in the Palik series, under the auspices of the North American Jules Verne Society. Foreshadowing such classics as Around the World in 80 Days, this inaugural volume focuses on two of Verne’s earliest humorous stories, The Marriage of Mr. Anselme des Tilleuls and Jédédias Jamet, or The Tale of an Inheritance. Translation is provided by Edward Baxter and Kieran O’Driscoll, two of the leading Verne experts; critical commentary examines both stories, and scholars explore why some of the author’s stories were overlooked for so many years. Foreword by Brian Taves; Introduction by Walter James Miller; The Marriage of Mr. Anselme des Tilleuls translated by Edward Baxter, with a preface and notes by Jean-Michel Margot, afterword by Edward Baxter; Appendix: Jédédias Jamet, or The Tale of an Inheritance translated, and with a preface and annotations, by Kieran M. O’Driscoll. This series is published in conjunction with the North American Jules Verne Society, najvs.org.
Alternate titles: Kéraban the Inflexible: The Captain of the Guidara and Kéraban the Inflexible: Scarpante, the Spy. Recommended: translation by J. C. Curtin (1883, Redpath's Weekly, The Headstrong Turk). L'Archipelen feu (1884, illus.
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Nine students from London’s Antillean School receive travel scholarships to visit their island homelands in the Caribbean. Accompanied by their eccentric Latin professor, they set sail on what they expect to be a thrilling educational voyage. Little do they realize that, prior to their arrival on board, their ship had been hijacked by escaped convicts who murdered its original captain and crew. This is the only novel by the legendary Jules Verne that has never been available in English until now. Although ostensibly written for an adolescent audience, its suspense-filled plot, sophisticated narrative style, and critique of European colonialism make it an engrossing read for all ages.