Mathias Sandorf


Mathias Sandorf is an 1885 adventure book by French writer Jules Verne. It was first serialized in Le Temps in 1885, and it was Verne's epic Mediterranean adventure. It employs many of the devices that had served well in his earlier novels: islands, cryptograms, surprise revelations of identity, technically advanced hardware and a solitary figure bent on revenge. Verne dedicated the novel to the memory of Alexandre Dumas, père, hoping to make Mathias Sandorf the Monte Cristo of Voyages Extraordinaires (The Extraordinary Voyages) series.
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series: Voyages Extraordinaires
original title: Mathias Sandorf, Sándor Mátyás
date of publication: 1885
inspired by: Pazinska jama, Pazin Castle
genre: adventure novel, travel novel, serial fiction
narrative location: Austria-Hungary
characters: Mathias Sandorf
followed by: Robur the Conqueror

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