Mathias Sandorf

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Mathias Sandorf  (1885) 
by Jules Verne, translated by W. G. Hanna
Published by George Munro, New York in the Seaside Library, 1885.

Table of Contents[edit]

In the Munro edition, several of Verne's chapters were split into two separate chapters. The added chapter breaks are retained, and marked ★★ in below. To facilitate comparison with the French, broken chapters will be placed on a single sub-page. Also, parts III, IV and V were published as a single part by Munro.

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV (Part III continued in Munro.)

Part V (Part III continued in Munro.)

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Original:
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Translation:
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