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Il Dottor Oss Illustrato Tra il 1964 e il 1969, i due più grandi autori italiani per i ragazzi, Grazia Nidasio e Mino Milani, si unirono per interpretare il Dottor Ox, di Jules Verne, creando un'opera originale, intelligente, appassionante e ironica, che già anticipava la moda steampunk. Chi lo leggeva sul «Corriere dei Piccoli» non l'ha dimenticato, e lo ha cercato fino ad oggi. Best Download Il Dottor Oss Illustrato [ Author ] Jules Verne [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. This is a lighter andhumorous piece than is Verne s wont, featuring a somnolent Flemish town which is stirred up by the mysterious Dr Ox s secret gas, which has an effect somewhat like the mind altering signal in The Iron Duke.My edition was illustrated charmingly by Pene du Bois and is printed, inexplicably, sideways to the binding so that one holds it as if admiring a centerfold and flips the pages down towards one So There are tongue in cheek chapter titles such as In Which Matters Go This is a lighter andhumorous piece than is Verne s wont, featuring a somnolent Flemish town which is stirred up by the mysterious Dr Ox s secret gas, which has an effect somewhat like the mind altering signal in The Iron Duke.My edition was illustrated charmingly by Pene du Bois and is printed, inexplicably, sideways to the binding so that one holds it as if admiring a centerfold and flips the pages down towards one So There are tongue in cheek ch...

  2. Quiquendone is a self sufficient land of barley sugar and whipped cream Already, I am hungry, and happy Gloriously, this state of affairs was to continue throughout A Fantasy of Dr Ox.Jules Verne is the author who catapulted me into a certain type of book, when, very young, I gobbled up Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Around the Moon, and From the Earth to the Moon in a weekend, and then everything else I could find of his in the weeks shortly afterwards I have read Journey to the Centre Quiquendone is a self sufficient land of barley sugar and whipped cream Already, I am hungry, and happy Gloriously, this state of affairs was to continue throughout A Fantasy of Dr Ox.Jules Verne is the author who catapulted me into a certain type of book, when, very young, I gobbled up Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Around the Moon, and From the Earth to the Moon in a weekend, and then everything else I could find of his in the weeks shortly afterwards I have read Journey to the Centre of the Earth annually since this t...

  3. This is one of Verne s fun books to read I can t really say much without giving away what the experiment is about The book itself is unique, it was published sideways, so you turn the pages from bottom to top It make the experience of reading it unusual.

  4. Short humorous supervillain tale Not muchto it than the concept but at least its light and funny Similar to films like view spoiler Impulse 1984 or the Crazies hide spoiler but not as extreme.You know Verne has a lot of supervillains, in his books, apart from Dr Ox and Nemo we also have Robur the Conqueror, and others in The Castle of the Carpathians, The Begum s Fortune, The Underground City and Around the World in Eighty Days ok i can t prove that Phileas Fogg is a supervill Short humorous supervillain tale Not muchto it than the concept but at least its light and funny Similar to films like view spoiler Impulse 1984 or the Crazies hide spoiler but not as extreme.You know Verne has a lot of supervillains, in his books, apart from Dr Ox and Nemo we also have Robur the Conqueror, and others in The Castle of the Carpathians, The Begum s Fortune, The Underground City and Around the World in Eighty Days ok i can t prove that Phileas Fog...

  5. Didn t blow me away and took me forever to get through because it was part of a larger volume , but it was well done Probably my first Verne to read It reminded me a bit of Dickens in that it s a little hard to read sometimes and even tedious, but the author really knows what he s doing and it s all worth it in the end I liked the moral complexities and point that Verne was making in the end It s brief enough that it s worth the read to try your hand at classics, short stories, Jules Verne, Didn t blow me away and took me forever to get through because it was part of a larger volume , but it was well done Probably my first Verne to read It reminded me a bit of Dickens in that it s a little hard to read sometimes and even tedious, but the author really knows what he s doing and it s all worth it in the end I liked the moral complexities and point that Verne was making in the end It s brief en...

  6. Interesting little thinker about the origin of passion and emotion, and the consequences, both positive art, progress and negative war, violence.

  7. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here An excellent book One of the funniest by Jules Verne.There is also a huge social commentary which is relevant even now all of us should pause to reflect on how belligerent we humans can become and how easily we can be swayed by the words actions of others and enticed to act in ways we will regret later.Here are some memorable quotes from the book plot spoiler In short and in conclusion, might it be that virtue, courage, talent, intelligence, and imagination all these qualities or facul An excellent book One of the funniest by Jules Verne.There is also a huge social commentary which is relevant even now all of us should pause to reflect on how belligerent we humans can become and how easily we can be swayed by the words actions of others and enticed to act in ways we will regret later.Here are some memorable ...

  8. An odd little social satire with a teaspoon of sci fi Verne was never really know as a humor writer, and so this was a pleasant surprise, as it raises a few chuckles and at least two laugh out loud worthy lines.Very short,a novella than a novel and you ll figure...

  9. very good book.

  10. Muchdull than I d expected The Librivox narrator was good though.

  11. I used to love Jules Verne s books when I was younger I am getting back to them now and I am starting to worry I loved them just because Verne is a famous author That fact may have made me feel like I was supposed to love his books and stories So I did without trully loving them from heart But then again so far I re read just Tajemstv Vil ma Storitze published after author s death, feels very unfinished and I did not like it at all and Doktor Ox So who knows, maybe when I ll get to th I used to love Jules Verne s books when I was younger I am getting back to them now and I am starting to worry I loved them just because Verne is a famous author That fact may have made me feel like I was supposed to love his books and stories So I did without trully loving them from heart But then again so far I re read just Tajemstv Vil ma Storitze published after author s deat...

  12. Obscure and wonderful and not just for Verne fans It s a satire on bucolic life as Verne knew it in his time Doctor Ox moves into a village that hasn t changed or made a decision about anything for 900 years Ox s experiment changes all that in a big way including going to war with their neighbors over a cow trespass that happened 800 years earlier and no one got around to do anything about it I actually think Verne meant this as social commentary and humor based on outrageous chara Obscure and wonderful and not just for Verne fans It s a satire on bucolic life as Verne knew it in his time Doctor Ox moves into a village that hasn t changed or made a decision about anything for 900 years Ox s experiment changes all that in a big way including going to war with their neighbors over a cow trespass that happened 800 ...