This version of Hector Servadac published by the Choptank Press is a mammoth work containiing (I) An enlarged replica ot the Seaside Library edition # 43 as published by George Munro, New York, 1877; (II)A typset version of the same in large readable type; (III) A new translation of the last 10 chapters from the original French by Norman Wolcott and Christian Sanchez in the literal style of the remainder of the book; (IV) 100 illustrations from the original publications enlarged to 8 1/2"x11" format. Not a computer rehash of an online text, this work was over six months in preparation and includes introductory material describing the publishing history and early controversy about the book. Readers will find this to be the most complete and literal translation available.
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