Podcast Novel: A Princess of Mars (Chapter 27)

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A Princess of Mars

This is the first John Carter of Mars novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan books. It was his first novel, published in 1917 and it’s a work of rip-roaring science fiction that has inspired many of the great writers in the genre.

Chapter 27: The martian atmosphere begins to die and John Carter struggles to save an entire planet.

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Duration: 00:11:29
Read by Alessandro Cima

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Podcast Novel: A Princess of Mars (Chapter 26)

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A Princess of Mars

This is the first John Carter of Mars novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan books. It was his first novel, published in 1917 and it’s a work of rip-roaring science fiction that has inspired many of the great writers in the genre.

Chapter 26: John Carter leads part of the battle to free Helium and Zodanga. He meets the father of Dejah Thoris.

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Duration: 00:13:22
Read by Alessandro Cima

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Podcast Novel: A Princess of Mars (Chapter 25)

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A Princess of Mars

This is the first John Carter of Mars novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan books. It was his first novel, published in 1917 and it’s a work of rip-roaring science fiction that has inspired many of the great writers in the genre.

Chapter 25: John Carter crashes the wedding ceremony of Dejah Thoris and fights for her.

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Duration: 00:10:52
Read by Alessandro Cima

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Podcast Novel: A Princess of Mars (Chapter 24)

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A Princess of Mars

This is the first John Carter of Mars novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan books. It was his first novel, published in 1917 and it’s a work of rip-roaring science fiction that has inspired many of the great writers in the genre.

Chapter 24: John Carter crashes in the midst of a battle, finds a friend, and finally confronts Tal Hajus.

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Duration: 00:15:41
Read by Alessandro Cima

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Podcast Novel: A Princess of Mars (Chapter 23)

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A Princess of Mars

This is the first John Carter of Mars novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan books. It was his first novel, published in 1917 and it’s a work of rip-roaring science fiction that has inspired many of the great writers in the genre.

Chapter 23: John Carter and Kantos Kan escape Zodanga and fly toward the city of Helium to rescue Dejah Thoris.

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Duration: 00:12:06
Read by Alessandro Cima

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The Fabulous World of Jules Verne: 1958 Film by Karel Zeman

Czechoslovakian animator Karel Zeman made The Fabulous World of Jules Verne in 1958 and it is, without exception, the finest example of Verne on film that I have ever seen.  It is an adaptation of Verne’s novel, Facing the Flag.   The combination of live action and Mysti-Mation (sets and animation painted to look like illustrations) not only evokes the atmosphere of old book illustrations, but it evokes the visual act of imagination that happens when I read a Jules Verne book. This film is perfection. I’m somewhat distrustful of the ‘steampunk’ movement but I would certainly imagine that this film must be one of its holy grail objects of worship.  It should be for sure.  Disney could never come close to this, then or now, because they are focused solely upon happiness.

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