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Foundling Mick

Jules Verne

Foundling Mick

(P"tit bonhomme)

by Jules Verne

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Company in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Jules Verne ; with illustrations.
The Physical Object
Pagination303,[1]p., [76] plates ;
Number of Pages303
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20584880M


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Jules Verne's Irish novel is a heart-warming story of a young orphan's trials and tribulations in the late nineteenth century. Published in full by the Royal Irish Academy for the first time since its debut, it is a fascinating commentary on contemporary Ireland.

‘The Extraordinary Adventures of Foundling Mick’ takes readers on a descriptive tour of Ireland and her social.

But Foundling Mick is the only Verne novel to be completely set in Ireland, and Mick's travels take in a sweep of the country, from Westport through Galway and Kerry around to Cork, through. The book was translated into English under the title Foundling Mick, although “little fellow” might be a more direct translation.

Jules Verne was born in the bustling port city of Nantes in. Tom Mackenzie spent most of his childhood in the Foundling Hospital, a charity run on strict Victorian values that brought up children born outside marriage.

He was one of the last to be admitted. Foundling Mick is the story of Lil' Mick and his rise from orphan status to riches. Mick's origins stem from an abusive an exploitative upbringing, and his rescue at a young age establishes him in his young life to eventually land a huge fortune and work to establish a piece of good in his homeland of Ireland.

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