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Symzonia

Symmes, John Cleves

Symzonia

voyage of discovery

by Symmes, John Cleves

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Published by Rebel Satori Press in Hulls Cove, ME .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quests (Expeditions) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[John Cleves Symmes]
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5519.S45 S96 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23079175M
    ISBN 109780979083884
    LC Control Number2009003511
    OCLC/WorldCa303886630

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    title of a book, the right whereof be claims as proprietor, in the words follow­ ing, to wit: *' Symzonia; a Voyage of Discovery. By Captain Adam Seaborn." In conformity to the Act of'the Congress of the United States, entitled “ An Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Map«». Victorian Sci-Fi Book Club Symzonia:Voyage of Discovery by Capt. Adam Seaborn. Views. Related Videos.

    Symzonia. 01 January ; French Books. Les Essais - Livre I. 10 September Les Aventures de Sherlock Holmes. 12 October Discours de la méthode. 02 October À l’ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs. 25 June Candide, ou l'Optimisme. 04 October Symzonia: A Voyage of DiscoveryFirst published in , Symzonia is the first fictional work to explore the hollow earth theory. The tale tells of Captain Seaborn's expedition to the North Pole to discover the entrance to the hollow earth. The book itself is a factual account of a voyage towards the South Pole, first taking in and 3/5(1).


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Symzonia is a hollow Earth story of the extreme. The way the planet is can best be compared to Symzonia book ball of yarn - a shell with large holes at both the top and bottom that the sea opens into.

The inside is occupied by other people, one of them being Symzonians. Because of the polar ices, communication between th3/5. The novel is often attributed to John Cleves Symmes, Jr. the first exponent of the hollow earth theory. A nephew of the revolutionary patriot of the same name, Symmes successfully lobbied Congress to fund an expedition to the North Pole to find the entrance inside the Earth (much as Captain Seaborn does in Symzonia)/5(5).

Symzonia is a hollow Earth story of the extreme. The way the planet is can best be compared to a ball of yarn - a shell with large holes at both the top and bottom that the sea opens into. The inside is occupied by other people, one of them being Symzonians/5(5). Probably the first US utopian science fiction novel, Symzoniais also a classic sea yarn.

The narrator, Mr. Seaborn, initiates just such an expedition as Symmes dreamed of. With a special high-tech paddle boat, built with no metal to avoid magnetic effects, Seaborn sets.

Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery Note Captain Adam Seaborn is a "[p]seudonym variously attributed to John Cleves Symmes, Nathaniel Ames and Washington Irving; actual identity not conclusively known.".

This is among the first and rarest of the Hollow Earth books. In the early 19th century, John Cleves Symmes proposed that the earth was actually a set of five nested spheres, each with polar openings.

He unsuccessfully lobbied congress to fund. LibraryThing Review User Review - baswood - LibraryThing. The earth is hollow at both poles and there is a 1, mile gap that will allow entry to the inside.

Captain Adam Seaborn's well written account of his voyage in to the South Pole and his 3/5(1). First published inSymzonia is the first fictional work to explore the hollow earth theory. The tale tells of Captain Seaborn's expedition to the North Pole to discover the entrance to the hollow earth.5/5(4).

Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery is a breath taking adventure story that follows Captain Seaborn's expedition to the North Pole and his discovery of the entrance to the hollow earth. Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery is a piece of fictional travel literature from of obscure authorship. Though prominent advocate for the existence of a hollow Earth, John Symmes, never published any works under his own name, it is likely that Symzonia was authored or influenced by Symmes.

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Bailey. Description: pages: illustrations. Editions for Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery: (Paperback published in ), (Unknown Binding published in ), (Kindle Edition pub. Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery is a breath taking adventure story that follows Captain Seaborn's expedition to the North Pole and his discovery of the entrance to the hollow earth.

But first Seaborn must survive many exciting seafaring adventures including a mutinous crew. Probably the first US utopian science fiction novel and one of the first hollow Earth stories. "The narrator, Mr.

Seaborn, with a special high-tech paddle boat, built with no metal to avoid magnetic effects sets out on a voyage into uncharted southern waters. Conflict is provided by a mutinous Mr.

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Symzonia; Voyage of Discovery by Adam Seaborn. Symzonia: Voyage of Discovery is a breath taking adventure story that follows Captain Seaborn's expedition to the North Pole and his discovery of the entrance to the hollow earth.

But first Seaborn must survive many exciting seafaring adventures including a mutinous crew. Adam Seaborn is the author of Symzonia ( avg rating, 21 ratings, 7 reviews, published ), Symzonia ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), SYMZONI /5(5).Read "Symzonia; Voyage of Discovery" by Adam Seaborn available from Rakuten Kobo.

The ‘s reasons for undertaking a voyage of discovery.—He builds a vessel for his purpose upon a new plan.—His departure.A Voyage of Discovery.

By Captain Adam Seaborn. Note on the text: Adam Seaborn is probably a pseudonym used by John Cleves Symmes (although his name appears as John "Cleve" Symmes throughout the book).In his Introduction to Symzonia, J.

O. Bailey tells us that "the Library of Congress catalogued the book with a question: 'Seaborn [pseud.?],' but with no .