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A Journey to the Interior of the Earth by Jules Verne
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XXXII. I return to the scriptural periods or ages of the world,
conventionally called 'days,' long before the appearance of man when
the unfinished world was as yet unfitted for his support. {I return
to the biblical epochs of the creation, well in advance of the birth
of man, when the incomplete earth was not yet sufficient for him.}

XXXVIII. (footnote), and which is illustrated in the negro
countenance and in the lowest savages.

XXXIX. of the geologic period. {antediluvian}

(These corrections have kindly been pointed out by Christian Sanchez
of the Jules Verne Forum.)]

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A JOURNEY

INTO THE

INTERIOR OF THE EARTH

by

Jules Verne

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