Topsy-Turvy
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Topsy-Turvy

By Jules Verne
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  • Topsy Turvy by Jules Verne
  • “TOPSY-TURVY”
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • TOPSY TURVY
      • CHAPTER I. IN WHICH THE NORTH POLAR PRACTICAL ASSOCIATION RUSHES A DOCUMENT ACROSS TWO WORLDS
      • CHAPTER II. IN WHICH THE DELEGATES FROM ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWEDEN, DENMARK AND RUSSIA ARE PRESENTED TO THE READER.
      • CHAPTER III. IN WHICH THE ARCTIC REGIONS ARE SOLD AT AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
      • CHAPTER IV. IN WHICH OLD ACQUAINTANCES APPEAR TO OUR NEW READERS, AND IN WHICH A WONDERFUL MAN IS DESCRIBED.
      • CHAPTER V. IN WHICH THE POSSIBILITY THAT COAL MINES SURROUND THE NORTH POLE IS CONSIDERED.
      • CHAPTER VI. IN WHICH A TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MRS. SCORBITT AND J.T. MASTON IS INTERRUPTED.
      • CHAPTER VII. IN WHICH PRESIDENT BARBICANE SAYS NO MORE THAN SUITS HIS PURPOSE.
      • CHAPTER VIII. YES, JUST LIKE JUPITER.
      • CHAPTER IX. IN WHICH APPEARS THE FRENCH GENTLEMAN TO WHOM WE REFERRED AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS TRUTHFUL STORY.
      • CHAPTER X. IN WHICH A LITTLE UNEASINESS BEGINS TO SHOW ITSELF.
      • CHAPTER XI. WHAT WAS FOUND IN THE NOTEBOOK OF J.T. MASTON AND WHAT IT NO LONGER CONTAINED.
      • CHAPTER XII. IN WHICH J.T. MASTON HEROICALLY CONTINUES TO BE SILENT.
      • CHAPTER XIII. AT THE CLOSE OF WHICH J.T. MASTON UTTERS AN EPIGRAM.
      • CHAPTER XIV. VERY SHORT, BUT IN WHICH “X” TAKES A GEOGRAPHICAL VALUE.
      • CHAPTER XV. WHICH CONTAINS A FEW INTERESTING DETAILS FOR THE INHABITANTS OF THE EARTHLY SPHERE.
      • CHAPTER XVI. IN WHICH A CROWD OF DISSATISFIED PEOPLE BREAK INTO THE CELL OF J. T. MASTON.
      • CHAPTER XVII. WHAT HAD BEEN DONE AT KILIMANJARO DURING EIGHT MONTH OF THIS MEMORABLE YEAR.
      • CHAPTER XVIII. IN WHICH THE POPULATION OF WAMASAI ASSEMBLE TO HEAR PRESIDENT BARBICANE SAY “FIRE” TO CAPT. NICHOLL.
      • CHAPTER XIX. IN WHICH J.T. MASTON REGRETS THAT THE CROWD DID NOT LYNCH HIM WHEN HE WAS IN PRISON.
      • CHAPTER XX. IN WHICH THIS STORY, AS TRUTHFUL AS IT IS IMPROBABLE, IS FINISHED.
      • CHAPTER XXI. VERY SHORT, SINCE ENOUGH HAS BEEN SAID TO MAKE THE WORLD’S POPULATION FEEL PERFECTLY SURE AGAIN.
      • END OF THE VOYAGE EXTRAORDINAIRE
    • TOPSY TURVY
    • CHAPTER I. IN WHICH THE NORTH POLAR PRACTICAL ASSOCIATION RUSHES A DOCUMENT ACROSS TWO WORLDS
    • CHAPTER II. IN WHICH THE DELEGATES FROM ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWEDEN, DENMARK AND RUSSIA ARE PRESENTED TO THE READER.
    • CHAPTER III. IN WHICH THE ARCTIC REGIONS ARE SOLD AT AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
    • CHAPTER IV. IN WHICH OLD ACQUAINTANCES APPEAR TO OUR NEW READERS, AND IN WHICH A WONDERFUL MAN IS DESCRIBED.
    • CHAPTER V. IN WHICH THE POSSIBILITY THAT COAL MINES SURROUND THE NORTH POLE IS CONSIDERED.
    • CHAPTER VI. IN WHICH A TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MRS. SCORBITT AND J.T. MASTON IS INTERRUPTED.
    • CHAPTER VII. IN WHICH PRESIDENT BARBICANE SAYS NO MORE THAN SUITS HIS PURPOSE.
    • CHAPTER VIII. YES, JUST LIKE JUPITER.
    • CHAPTER IX. IN WHICH APPEARS THE FRENCH GENTLEMAN TO WHOM WE REFERRED AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS TRUTHFUL STORY.
    • CHAPTER X. IN WHICH A LITTLE UNEASINESS BEGINS TO SHOW ITSELF.
    • CHAPTER XI. WHAT WAS FOUND IN THE NOTEBOOK OF J.T. MASTON AND WHAT IT NO LONGER CONTAINED.
    • CHAPTER XII. IN WHICH J.T. MASTON HEROICALLY CONTINUES TO BE SILENT.
    • CHAPTER XIII. AT THE CLOSE OF WHICH J.T. MASTON UTTERS AN EPIGRAM.
    • CHAPTER XIV. VERY SHORT, BUT IN WHICH “X” TAKES A GEOGRAPHICAL VALUE.
    • CHAPTER XV. WHICH CONTAINS A FEW INTERESTING DETAILS FOR THE INHABITANTS OF THE EARTHLY SPHERE.
    • CHAPTER XVI. IN WHICH A CROWD OF DISSATISFIED PEOPLE BREAK INTO THE CELL OF J. T. MASTON.
    • CHAPTER XVII. WHAT HAD BEEN DONE AT KILIMANJARO DURING EIGHT MONTH OF THIS MEMORABLE YEAR.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. IN WHICH THE POPULATION OF WAMASAI ASSEMBLE TO HEAR PRESIDENT BARBICANE SAY “FIRE” TO CAPT. NICHOLL.
    • CHAPTER XIX. IN WHICH J.T. MASTON REGRETS THAT THE CROWD DID NOT LYNCH HIM WHEN HE WAS IN PRISON.
    • CHAPTER XX. IN WHICH THIS STORY, AS TRUTHFUL AS IT IS IMPROBABLE, IS FINISHED.
    • CHAPTER XXI. VERY SHORT, SINCE ENOUGH HAS BEEN SAID TO MAKE THE WORLD’S POPULATION FEEL PERFECTLY SURE AGAIN.
    • END OF THE VOYAGE EXTRAORDINAIRE
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