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[Redactor’s Note: The Blockade Runners (number V008 in the T&M numerical listing of Verne's works) is a translation of Les forceurs de blocus (1871). The Blockade Runners, a novella, was included along with A Floating City in the first english and french editions of this work. This translation, which follows that of Sampson and Low (UK) and Scribners (US) is by “N. D’Anvers”, pseudonymn for Mrs. Arthur Bell (d. 1933) who also translated other Verne books. It is also included in the fifteen volume Parke edition of the works of Jules Verne (1911). There is another translation by Henry Frith which was published by Routledge (1876).
Both of these stories are about ships; Floating City about the largest ship of the time, the Great Eastern, and Blockade Runners about one of the fastest, the Dolphin.
This HTML version was prepared from public domain sources by Norman M. Wolcott, 2003, email@example.com .]
|II||GETTING UNDER SAIL|
|III||THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM|
|V||THE SHOT FROM THE IROQUOIS, AND MISS JENNY’S ARGUMENTS|
|VI||SULLIVAN ISLAND CHANNEL|
|VII||A SOUTHERN GENERAL|
|IX||BETWEEN TWO FIRES|