The Flight to France

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The Flight to France
'The Flight to France' by George Roux 01.jpg
Author Jules Verne
Original title Le Chemin de France
Illustrator Georges Roux
Country France
Language French
Series The Extraordinary Voyages #31
Genre Adventure novel
Publisher Pierre-Jules Hetzel
Publication date
1887
Published in English
1888
Media type Print (Hardback)
Preceded by North Against South
Followed by Two Years' Vacation

The Flight to France (French: Le Chemin de France, 1887) is an adventure novel written by Jules Verne about a fictional French Army Captain Natalis Delpierre, with a setting in the year 1792 just before the French Revolutionary Wars.[1] Several English language editions were published with the subtitle, The Flight to France; or, The Memoirs of a Dragoon. A Tale of the Day of Dumouriez.

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Publication history[edit]

  • 1888, UK, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 231 pp., First UK edition
  • 1889, USA, New York: New York, G. Munro, 158 pp., First United States edition

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.fantasticfiction.com, webmaster@fantasticfiction.com -. "The Flight to France (Voyages Extraordinaires, book 31) by Jules Verne". www.fantasticfiction.com. Retrieved 2017-04-24. 

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