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The Smoky God

Author: Willis Emerson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781985673410
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The Smoky God or A Voyage to the Inner World by Willis George Emerson. The Smoky God, or A Voyage Journey to the Inner Earth is a book presented as a true account written by Willis George Emerson in 1908, which describes the adventures of Olaf Jansen, a Norwegian sailor who sailed with his father through an entrance to the Earth's interior at the North Pole. For two years Jansen lived with the inhabitants of an underground network of colonies who, Emerson writes, were 12 feet tall and whose world was lit by a "smoky" central sun. Their capital city was said to be the original Garden of Eden. Later works by other authors, such as Agartha - Secrets of the Subterranean Cities, have identified the civilization Jansen encountered with Agartha (a mythical subterranean city), although Emerson did not use the name.

At The Earth S Core

Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473376726
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Journey To The Center Of The Earth

Author: Jules Verne
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ISBN: 9781682281055
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When Professor Lidenbrock comes across an ancient manuscript coded with a mysterious message, he experiences it as a personal calling. Along with his nephew and a nervous guide, he sets off on a voyage through an Icelandic volcano and into a prehistoric world below the earth where dinosaurs and other strange creatures still roam. This is a special print edition of Recovering the Classics, developed in conjunction with Warby Parker.

The Narrative Of Arthur Gordon Pym Of Nantucket

Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048611077X
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From the author who introduced readers to chilling tales of murder comes a novella based on factual accounts of a haunting, mutinous high-seas adventure. For fans of Poe as well as maritime enthusiasts.

The Hollow Earth Enigma

Author: Alec MacLellan
Publisher: Souvenir Press Ltd
ISBN: 028564226X
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One of the world's great mysteries is: do we live on a hollow earth? In the first detailed investigation of a legendary belief that can be traced back to the dawn of time, the bestselling author of The Lost World of Agharti examines the possibility of an inner world, a hollow Earth which could explain some of the greatest mysteries of our time. Was this hollow Earth inhabited before mankind set foot on the planet's surface? Did the people of Atlantis and Mu take refuge there when catastrophe overtook them? Do UFOs come, not from outer space, from inside our own Earth? Bringing together years of painstaking research, Alec Maclellan looks not only at the persistent historical tradition but at the work of great scientists such as Edmond Halley and Leonhard Euler, infamous figures such as Cotton Mather and Adolf Hitler, and extraordinary researchers, each of who has devised an explanation for the legend. There have been men who claimed to have visited the Hollow Earth and provided eye-witness accounts of their journeys. Most thought-provoking of all is the vast amount of scientific evidence in support of the Hollow Earth concept, including explorers' reports of polar entranceways backed up by remarkable satellite photographs and evidence from unmanned spacecraft that other planets in our solar system may be hollow too. With many rare photographs The Hollow Earth Enigma explains how this extraordinary legend has captivated our imagination and how, despite its dismissal by science, it is scientifically possible.

Lost World Of The Agharti

Author: Alec MacLellan
Publisher: Souvenir Press Ltd
ISBN: 028563948X
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Explanation and evidence of a mysterious power that controls people and nature.

The Martian Chronicles

Author: Ray Bradbury
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451678193
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The tranquility of Mars is disrupted by humans who want to conquer space, colonize the planet, and escape a doomed Earth.

Indiana Jones And The Hollow Earth

Author: Max McCoy
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 9780553561951
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Indy and Danish scientist Ulla Tornaes become the target of fanatical Nazi agents when a mysterious box containing a slice of Icelandic stone with mythological powers and a journal hinting at the existence of an underground civilization in the Arctic wastes leads them on a search for the lost city. Reissue.

L Aventure Myst Rieuse De Poe Merrit Ou L Orphelin De Gilgamesh

Author: Lauric Guillaud
Publisher: Editions du CEFAL
ISBN: 9782871300359
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L’essence même de la fiction, c’est l’aventure. Des premiers romans grecs jusqu’aux contemporains, on n’a cessé de célébrer le voyage vers l’inconnu, géographique ou mythique. Malgré la disparition des taches blanches sur les cartes, l’aventure moderne a gardé intact son rapport à l’imaginaire et au mystère. Parallèlement à la colonisation se développe au 19e siècle un genre littéraire populaire qui fait intervenir le fantastique, le merveilleux et même la science-fiction. Qu’on explore l’Atlantide ou le centre de la Terre, les pôles ou les forêts les plus impénétrables, le cadre est “ vraisemblable ”, celui des terres vierges qu’explorent les conquérants modernes. Ces “ orphelins de Gilgamesh ” découvrent des mondes oubliés, peuplés de créatures monstrueuses ou féeriques. C’est à un véritable voyage au pays des merveilles qu’est convié le lecteur, à travers un panorama des œuvres les plus marquantes de l’“ aventure mystérieuse ” , d’Edgar Allan Poe à Abraham Merritt, en passant par Henry Rider Haggard, Arthur Conan Doyle et Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Montreal

Author: Dany Fougères
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773552693
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Surrounded by water and located at the heart of a fertile plain, the Island of Montreal has been a crossroads for Indigenous peoples, European settlers, and today’s citizens, and an inland port city for the movement of people and goods into and out of North America. Commemorating the city’s 375th anniversary, Montreal: The History of a North American City is the definitive, two-volume account of this fascinating metropolis and its storied hinterland. This comprehensive collection of essays, filled with hundreds of illustrations, photographs, and maps, draws on human geography and environmental history to show that while certain distinctive features remain unchanged – Mount Royal, the Lachine Rapids of the Saint Lawrence River – human intervention and urban evolution mean that over time Montrealers have had drastically different experiences and historical understandings. Significant issues such as religion, government, social conditions, the economy, labour, transportation, culture and entertainment, and scientific and technological innovation are treated thematically in innovative and diverse chapters to illuminate how people’s lives changed along with the transformation of Montreal. This history of a city in motion presents an entire picture of the changes that have marked the region as it spread from the old city of Ville-Marie into parishes, autonomous towns, boroughs, and suburbs on and off the island. The first volume encompasses the city up to 1930, vividly depicting the lives of First Nations prior to the arrival of Europeans, colonization by the French, and the beginning of British Rule. The crucial roles of waterways, portaging, paths, and trails as the primary means of travelling and trade are first examined before delving into the construction of canals, railways, and the first major roads. Nineteenth-century industrialization created a period of near-total change in Montreal as it became Canada’s leading city and witnessed staggering population growth from less than 20,000 people in 1800 to over one million by 1930. The second volume treats the history of Montreal since 1930, the year that the Jacques Cartier Bridge was opened and allowed for the outward expansion of a region, which before had been confined to the island. From the Great Depression and Montreal's role as a munitions manufacturing centre during the Second World War to major cultural events like Expo 67, the twentieth century saw Montreal grow into one of the continent's largest cities, requiring stringent management of infrastructure, public utilities, and transportation. This volume also extensively studies the kinds of political debate with which the region and country still grapple regarding language, nationalism, federalism, and self-determination. Contributors include Philippe Apparicio (INRS), Guy Bellavance (INRS), Laurence Bherer (University of Montreal), Stéphane Castonguay (UQTR), the late Jean-Pierre Collin (INRS), Magda Fahrni (UQAM), the late Jean-Marie Fecteau (UQAM), Dany Fougères (UQAM), Robert Gagnon (UQAM), Danielle Gauvreau (Concordia), Annick Germain (INRS), Janice Harvey (Dawson College), Annie-Claude Labrecque (independent scholar), Yvan Lamonde (McGill), Daniel Latouche (INRS), Roderick MacLeod (independent scholar), Paula Negron-Poblete (University of Montreal), Normand Perron (INRS), Martin Petitclerc (UQAM), Christian Poirier (INRS), Claire Poitras (INRS), Mario Polèse (INRS), Myriam Richard (unaffiliated), Damaris Rose (INRS), Anne-Marie Séguin (INRS), Gilles Sénécal (INRS), Valérie Shaffer (independent scholar), Richard Shearmur (McGill), Sylvie Taschereau (UQTR), Michel Trépanier (INRS), Laurent Turcot (UQTR), Nathalie Vachon (INRS), and Roland Viau (University of Montreal).