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Edward Malone, a reporter, accompanies Professor George Challenger and Lord John Roxton to South America where local Indian tribes help them find 'The Lost World,' a land full of wonders, mysteries and unimaginable dangers.
This 1912 classic story about the expedition to this wonderland full of prehistoric beasts and strange creatures continues to fascinate readers and has also been adapted into a number of movies.
This edition includes notes and an essay by acclaimed author and senior lecturer (Arizona State University) Paul Cook.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.35(d)|
Table of Contents
|1||There Are Heroisms All Round Us||9|
|2||Try Your Luck with Professor Challenger||19|
|3||He is a Perfectly Impossible Person||31|
|4||It's Just the Very Biggest Thing in the World||44|
|6||I Was the Flail of the Lord||93|
|7||Tomorrow We Disappear Into the Unknown||109|
|8||The Outlying Pickets of the New World||126|
|9||Who Could Have Foreseen It?||148|
|10||The Most Wonderful Things Have Happened||186|
|11||For Once I Was the Hero||210|
|12||It Was Dreadful in the Forest||237|
|13||A Sight I Shall Never Forget||263|
|14||Those Were the Real Conquests||288|
|15||Our Eyes Have Seen Great Wonders||313|
|16||A Procession! A Procession!||341|