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ROUND THE MOON - 5
by Jules Verne

CHAPTER V. THE COLD OF SPACE This revelation came like a thunderbolt. Who could have expected such an error in calculation? Barbicane would not believe it. Nicholl revised his ...

માતૃત્વની સરવાણી
by Alpa Purohit

સ્નેહા દેખાવે આકર્ષક, શ્યામ, સામાન્ય યુવતીઓ કરતાં થોડી વધુ ઊંચાઈ ધરાવતી અને સાયબર ક્રાઇમ ડિપાર્ટમેન્ટમાં આૅફિસરનો હોદ્દો ધરાવતી ખૂબ જ સાલસ યુવતી. સવાર સવારમાં ઘરમાં બેસી વિચારે છે, હજી ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 13
by Jules Verne

Chapter 13 Stones Hill When the decision was arrived at by the Gun Club, to the dis-paragement of Texas, every one in America, where reading is a universal acquirement, ...

Tales of Space and Time - 5 - Last Part
by H. G. Wells

5 THE MAN WHO COULD WORK MIRACLES A PANTOUM IN PROSE It is doubtful whether the gift was innate. For my own part, I think it came to him ...

ROUND THE MOON - 4
by Jules Verne

CHAPTER IV. A LITTLE ALGEBRA The night passed without incident. The word “night,” however, is scarcely applicable. The position of the projectile with regard to the sun did not ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 12
by Jules Verne

Chapter 12 Urbi et Orbi The astronomical, mechanical, and topographical difficulties resolved, finally came the question of finance. The sum re-quired was far too great for any individual, or ...

ROUND THE MOON - 3
by Jules Verne

CHAPTER III. THEIR PLACE OF SHELTER This curious but certainly correct explanation once given, the three friends returned to their slumbers. Could they have found a calmer or more ...

Tales of Space and Time - 4 - 5
by H. G. Wells

V—BINDON INTERVENES In Bindon's younger days he had dabbled in speculation and made three brilliant flukes. For the rest of his life he had the wisdom to let gambling ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 11
by Jules Verne

Chapter 11 Florida and Texas One question remained yet to be decided; it was necessary to choose a favorable spot for the experiment. According to the advice of the ...

ROUND THE MOON - 2
by Jules Verne

CHAPTER II. THE FIRST HALF-HOUR What had happened? What effect had this frightful shock produced? Had the ingenuity of the constructors of the projectile obtained any happy result? Had ...

Tales of Space and Time - 4 - 4
by H. G. Wells

IV—UNDERNEATH Under the stars one may reach upward and touch resignation, whatever the evil thing may be, but in the heat and stress of the day's work we lapse ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 10
by Jules Verne

Chapter 10 One Enemy Vs Twenty-Five Millions of Friends The American public took a lively interest in the smallest de-tails of the enterprise of the Gun Club. It followed ...

ROUND THE MOON - 1
by Jules Verne

A SEQUEL TO FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON PRELIMINARY CHAPTER THE FIRST PART OF THIS WORK, AND SERVING AS A PREFACE TO THE SECOND During the year 186-, ...

Tales of Space and Time - 4 - 3
by H. G. Wells

III—THE WAYS OF THE CITY Prominent if not paramount among world-changing inventions in the history of man is that series of contrivances in locomotion that began with the railway ...

Tarminator - THE CURRANCY CNTONMENT - 11
by Nirav Vanshavalya

એન્ટી ગ્રેવિટી રોપ્સ કેજે ટનલ ની ઉપર અર્ધ ગોલાકાર તનેલા લાગેલા છે જેણે ટનલ ને throughout પિલર લેસ હોવા છતાં પણ સતહ થી ઉપર ખેચીને રાખેલી છે. તે રોપ્સ ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 9
by Jules Verne

Chapter 9 The Question of the Powders There remained for consideration merely the question of powders. The public awaited with interest its final decision. The size of the projectile, ...

The Master of the World - 18 - Last Part
by Jules Verne

XVIII. THE OLD HOUSEKEEPER’S LAST COMMENT When I came to myself after having been unconscious for many hours, a group of sailors whose care had restored me to life ...

Tales of Space and Time - 4 - 2
by H. G. Wells

II—THE VACANT COUNTRY The world, they say, changed more between the year 1800 and the year 1900 than it had done in the previous five hundred years. That century, ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 8
by Jules Verne

Chapter 8 History of the Cannon The resolutions passed at the last meeting produced a great ef-fect out of doors. Timid people took fright at the idea of a ...

The Master of the World - 17
by Jules Verne

XVII. IN THE NAME OF THE LAW What was to be the issue of this remarkable adventure? Could I bring it to any denouement whatever, either sooner or later? ...

Tales of Space and Time - 4 - 1
by H. G. Wells

4 A Story of the Days to Come I—THE CURE FOR LOVE The excellent Mr. Morris was an Englishman, and he lived in the days of Queen Victoria the ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 7
by Jules Verne

Chapter 7 The Hymn of the Cannon-Ball The Observatory of Cambridge in its memorable letter had treated the question from a purely astronomical point of view. The mechanical part ...

The Master of the World - 16
by Jules Verne

XVI. ROBUR, THE CONQUEROR Robur, the Conqueror! This then was the likeness I had vaguely recalled. Some years before the portrait of this extraordinary man had been printed in ...

Tales of Space and Time - 3 - 5
by H. G. Wells

V—THE FIGHT IN THE LION'S THICKET Ugh-lomi lay still, his back against an alder, and his thigh was a red mass terrible to see. No civilised man could have ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 6
by Jules Verne

Chapter 6 The Permissive Limits of Ignorance and Be-lief in the United States The immediate result of Barbicane's proposition was to place upon the orders of the day all ...

Tales of Space and Time - 3 - 4
by H. G. Wells

IV—UYA THE LION The old lion was in luck. The tribe had a certain pride in their ruler, but that was all the satisfaction they got out of it. ...

The Master of the World - 15
by Jules Verne

XV. THE EAGLE’S NEST On the morrow, when I awoke after a sound sleep, our vehicle seemed motionless. It seemed to me evident that we were not running upon ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 5
by Jules Verne

Chapter 5 The Romance of the Moon An observer endued with an infinite range of vision, and placed in that unknown center around which the entire world re-volves, might ...

Tales of Space and Time - 3 - 3
by H. G. Wells

III—THE FIRST HORSEMAN In the days before Ugh-lomi there was little trouble between the horses and men. They lived apart—the men in the river swamps and thickets, the horses ...

The Master of the World - 14
by Jules Verne

XIV. NIAGARA The hours passed, and the situation did not change. The steersman returned on deck, and the captain, descending, watched the movement of the engines. Even when our ...

From the Earth to the Moon - 4
by Jules Verne

Chapter 4 Reply From the Observatory of Cambridge Barbicane, however, lost not one moment amid all the enthusi-asm of which he had become the object. His first care was ...

Tales of Space and Time - 3 - 2
by H. G. Wells

II—THE CAVE BEAR In the days when Eudena and Ugh-lomi fled from the people of Uya towards the fir-clad mountains of the Weald, across the forests of sweet chestnut ...