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I therefore made for the banks of the Elbe, where the steamer lands her passengers, which forms the communication between the city and the Hamburg railway. Was I convinced of the truth of what I had heard? Had I not bent under the iron rule of the Professor Liedenbrock? Was I to believe him in earnest in his intention to penetrate to the centre of this massive globe? Had I been listening to the mad speculations of a lunatic, or to the scientific conclusions of a lofty genius? Where did truth stop?

The deeply indented shore was lined with a breadth of fine shining sand, softly XXXII. hippopotamus. } The colossal mastodon XXXII. I return to the scriptural periods or ages of the world, conventionally called `days,' long before the appearance of man when the unfinished world was as yet unfitted for his support. } XXXVIII. (footnote), and which is illustrated in the negro countenance and in the lowest savages. XXXIX. of the geologic period. {antediluvian} A JOURNEY TO THE INTERIOR OF THE EARTH By Jules Verne PREFACE The "Voyages Extraordinaires" of M.

Before all things," my uncle resumed, "I enjoin you to preserve the most inviolable secrecy: you understand? " said I. "Certainly; who would hesitate to acquire such renown? " "What! " "Granted. I admit that Saknussemm may have written these lines. But does it follow that he has really accomplished such a journey? " I almost regretted having uttered this last word, which dropped from me in an unguarded moment. The Professor bent his shaggy brows, and I feared I had seriously compromised my own safety.

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