A Winter amid the Ice

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"A Winter amid the Ice"
A Winter Amid the Ice by Adrien Marie 07.jpg
Illustration by Adrien Marie (1874)
Author Jules Verne
Original title "Un hivernage dans les glaces"
Translator George Makepeace Towle; Abby L. Alger; Stephen William White
Country France
Language French
Genre(s) Adventure story
Published in Musée des familles
Publication type Periodical
Media type Print (magazine and hardback)
Publication date 1855
Published in English 1874

"A Winter amid the Ice" (French: Un hivernage dans les glaces) is an 1855 short adventure story by Jules Verne.[1]

The story was first printed in April–May 1855 in the magazine Musée des familles. It was later reprinted by Pierre-Jules Hetzel in the collection Doctor Ox (1874), as part of the Voyages Extraordinaires series.[2] Three English translations ("A Winter amid the Ice" by George Makepeace Towle, "A Winter Among the Ice-Fields" by Abby L. Alger, and "A Winter's Sojourn in the Ice" by Stephen William White) were published in 1874.[3]