Albert ROBIDA

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Albert ROBIDA

Very extraordinary travels of Saturnin Farandoul, in the five parts of the world and in all the countries known and even unknown to Mr. Jules Verne. Text and drawings by Robida. Paris Librairie Illustrée, librairie Dreyfous (1879); large in-8, bradel half green cloth with corners, cover (first cover in colours) and spine (period binding). Edition illustrated with 450 black and coloured drawings (50 of which are full page).
Frontispiece, title page (reproducing the cover), the rare large folding map illustrated in colour of the "Voyages très extraordinaires de Saturnin Farandoul pour service à l'intelligence du texte". 800 pages, bound at the end of the volume, twenty coloured delivery covers. Attached: the first issue (covers detached) which contains as a free bonus the large explanatory map of the Voyages. A copy with all the margins.
In these Extraordinary Journeys, no taboo is respected.
The supremacy of man is questioned since Saturnin Farandoul is raised by monkeys, the author castigates warmongering, racism, and also the concept of imaginary, chemical and bacteriological warfare
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