Jules Verne wrote a variety of adventure stories, among them An Antarctic Mystery in which the narrator starts his adventure in the Kerguelen Islands. With descriptions of Penguins, and other exotic animals, as well as of the long periods of ice and cold, Jules Verne takes his reader to another place, and allows them to explore a part of our planet they may never have the chance to visit.
Written in 1897, the modern audience has higher odds of getting to, or at least seeing the places he describes, and the animals are now featured in our entertainment, and have become regular fixtures in more of our zoos… and yet, over a hundred years later, this fictional work is still taking many readers to a place they may never get to visit in person.
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