Lost World : Being an Account of the Recent Amazing Adventures of Professor George E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee, and Mr E. D. Malone of the Daily Gazette

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-01-01
  • Publisher: Wordsworth

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'You said that you wanted danger, didn't you,' says McArdle, the editor of the Daily Gazette. And he sends his young reporter, Malone, on a strange journey into South America with the famous Professor Challenger. Challenger believes he can find a lost world full of dinosaurs in the middle of the Amazon forest. But this world is dangerous to reach, and, once the Professor and his small group of explorers arrive, things get even more dangerous for them. Will they return alive?

Table of Contents

There are Heroisms All Round Usp. 9
Try your Luck with Professor Challengerp. 14
He is a Perfectly Impossible Personp. 21
It's just the very Biggest Thing in the Worldp. 27
Question!p. 44
I was the Flail of the Lordp. 55
Tomorrow we Disappear into the Unknownp. 64
The Outlying Pickets of the New Worldp. 72
Who could have Foreseen it?p. 83
The Most Wonderful Things have Happenedp. 106
For Once I was the Herop. 120
It was Dreadful in the Forestp. 136
A Sight which I shall Never Forgetp. 149
Those were the Real Conquestsp. 162
Our Eyes have Seen Great Wondersp. 175
A Procession! A Procession!p. 191
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