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Un exemple de roman géographique (et pédagogique) au xixe siècle : Les Enfants du capitaine Grant (Jules Verne, 1867‑68)

Abstract : The « Extraordinary Journeys » of Jules Verne (1828‑1905) are geographical novels that allowed for an alternative transmission of geographical knowledge during the 19th century. Through a presentation and analysis of « In Search of the Castaways » (« The Children of Captain Grant »), the present study shows how linking reality and the geographical imaginary provides an educational dimension to an fictional account, yet supported by some geographers of the time.
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Lionel Dupuy. Un exemple de roman géographique (et pédagogique) au xixe siècle : Les Enfants du capitaine Grant (Jules Verne, 1867‑68). Bulletin de l'Association de géographes français, Association des Géographes Français, 2013. ⟨halshs-02175059⟩

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