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The Courier of the Czar French: Michel Strogoff is a novel written by Jules Verne in Critics, including Leonard S. Davidow, consider it one of Verne’s best books. Davidow wrote, jukes Verne has written no better book than this, in fact it is deservedly ranked as one of the most thrilling tales ever written.
The book was later adapted to a play, by Verne himself and Adolphe d’Ennery. The book has been adapted several times for films, television and cartoon series. A wonderful illustrated version of a fantastic odd-book-out odyssey by that idol of our long-forgotten childhoods, Jules Verne. I was six, and it was summertime. Our love made up for that.
So there I was, in her room, as the late afternoon summer sun filtered through the Navajo ,ichel curtains, fatally immersed in the far-flung exploits of this young heroic man, Michel Strogoff, Courier to the Czar! What I could read back then was much not much more than the slow speed of those learned Dick and Jane tomes we got in First Grade. Did these artists know that soon such sentimental painting would be relegated to the dust heap of art history?
They must at least have known in the back of their minds that all great moments eventually vanish – just as the golden moments of my childhood themselves had, alas, an expiry date!
View all 11 comments. Una lettura magari ingenua nel senso di innata, ma mai puerile. Per non dire delle sceneggiature dei film: Questo per quanto riguarda il presente romanzo, che ha un’ambientazione realistica; ma suppongo analoghe considerazioni si possano fare per i racconti con vefne di fantasia: Dall’altro lato, nulla vale quanto sentirsi raccontare l’ottocento in diretta: Verne ambienta il romanzo negli anni in cui scrive e ci restituisce immagini e atmosfere direttissime e nitidissime.
Tre stelle e mezza: Julez all 19 comments. View all 4 comments. Being a fan of Jules Verne, of course I thoroughly enjoyed this one. It definitely wasn’t the science fiction genre adventure such as 20, Leagues or Journey to the Centre of the Earth, but this was more one of pure adventure, determination, daring, one of those more true to life tales that you just must keep reading since you are constantly left wondering what will happen next.
I’ll recommend ‘Michael Strogoff’ to all Verne fans or anyone just looking for an old fashion adventure Enjoy the Being a fan of Jules Verne, of course I thoroughly enjoyed this one.
Enjoy the Russian adventure Straight adventure novel, no science fiction. Easily one of Verne’s better books, this is an underappreciated gem.
Nadya, the ‘damsel in distress’ is a strong female character. The stalwart Michael must deliver a message from the czar to the governor of Siberia, about treachery afoot.
He journeys through hostile Central Asian territory and is tortured. This is what we used to micnel strictly a “boy’s book” and now, would possibly be considered a Young Adult novel. I read this many, many years ago, Straight adventure novel, no science fiction. I read this many, many years ago, but the story has always stayed with me.
It made such a strong impression. The Russian setting subsequently led me to explore Russian literature. Also, I remember to this day the fantastic N.
Wyeth illustrations in the copy I read. Jan 01, Mike rated it liked it Recommends it for: The review from afar — No. Since emulating a yo-yo, I continue to rely on the old-style Kindle 3G for any non-technical reading. I tip my hat to the fine folks at Project Gutenberg: Michael Strogoff Or, the Courier of the Czar is an adventure tale that has no elements of fantastic or scientific fiction.
Since my previous familiarity with Jules Verne was almost only th The review from afar — No. Since my previous familiarity with Jules Verne was almost only the books and films that are considered SF or fantastic, I chose to grab some that were new to me as I was loading up the Kindle months ago.
I am atrogoff I did. While Verne holds strictly to the technology of the time period, he makes the story interesting using natural and artificial obstacles. And, while one will never turn to Verne for deep or compelling characterizations, the leads in this story are understandable as are their actions and reactions. While I cannot speak to the accuracy of his geography and topology, I can say that it was an exciting travelogue. He gives highly detailed examples of each region and town as if he was writing a Lonely Planet verhe from Russia through Siberia.
I remember liking a scene where a carriage gets stuck and disabled it echoed in my mind to a scene written by Bram Stoker and using the river as a passageway. Nice and interesting flourishes.
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As for the people, whew! Our hero suffers great physical and mental trials and injuries with a stoicism and determination that makes the Terminator look like a wus. The antagonist is no Fu Manchu or Dr. As a result he commands and personally dishes out pain and suffering no matter how immoral those actions appear to those around him — including his own men.
On the lighter side, the two reporters have an amusing interaction until they finally commit to helping our hero. You can get this book for free from the Gutenberg Project site. Michael Strogoff a courier in the Czar’s service,is sent as an secret agent to Siberia. He will deliver a vital message to the Emperor’s brother. Hopefully the letter will prevent a rebellion from spreading in that province. Along the road he encounters two suspicious journalists French and British of course. These battling friends are always trying to sabotage each others reports.
More enjoyably a young lady in distress appears. Neither cold or heat or mountains or rivers,not to mention the rebe Michael Strogoff a courier in the Czar’s service,is sent as an secret agent to Siberia. Neither cold or heat or mountains or rivers,not to mention the rebels, can stop Strogoff. The courier makes The Terminator look like a wimp!
Tortured after being captured,half starved this human machine keeps on ticking. Will julee free himself from confinement and arrive at his destination in time? Veren review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Julio Verne siempre ha sido de mis autores favoritos desde entonces. Sep 15, Yigal Zur rated it really liked it. In the series of Extraordinary Journeys written by Jules Verne, there are some that introduce important scientific advances, such as “20, Leagues,” “From the Earth to the Moon,” or “Journey to the Center of the Earth”, so these books can be classified as science fiction, a genre in which Jules Verne was one of the precursors. However, the theme of the series is not science fiction, but extraordinary journeys.
Foi com muita alegria que o encontrei na biblioteca. Apesar de ter gostado bastante dos anteriores, este supera-os, a meu ver. Pelo caminho, Miguel vai encontrando companheiros que o ajudam no percurso, tentando sempre manter a sua nova identidade. Encontra, nomeadamente, uma jovem rapariga de nome Nadia Orlik, que se torna numa poderosa ajudante. Parece que estamos com as personagens. Em suma, mais um excelente livro do autor!
Sep 10, Mohsen. A nice straightforward adventure novel, as Michael on a mission for the Czar has to basically travel from one end of Russia to the other before a traitor can give the enemy armies vital information. Michael is stoic to the point of having one facial expression, but he is determined, manly and good to his mother.
His love interest is treated as a bit of a damsel, but proves to be every bit as tough as her boyfriend. What keeps this book from sinking under it’s own weight is the two bickering report A nice straightforward adventure novel, as Michael on a mission for the Czar has to basically travel from one end of Russia to the other before a traitor can give the enemy armies vital information.