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The Castaways of the Flag

The Castaways of the Flag
Title page of a Hetzel edition
Author Jules Verne
Original title Seconde patrie
Translator Cranstoun Metcalfe
Illustrator Georges Roux
Country France
Language French
Series The Extraordinary Voyages #47
Genre Adventure novel
Publisher Pierre-Jules Hetzel
Publication date
1900
Published in English
1923
Media type Print (Hardback)
ISBN N/A
Preceded by The Will of an Eccentric
Followed by The Village in the Treetops

The Castaways of the Flag (French: Seconde patrie, lit. Second Fatherland, 1900) is an adventure novel written by Jules Verne. The two volumes of the novel were initially published in English translation as two separate volumes: Their Island Home and The Castaways of the Flag. Later reprints were published as The Castaways of the Flag.

The story is a sequel to The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann Wyss, picking up where that novel leaves off.

Publication history

  • 1923, Their Island Home and The Castaways of the Flag, London: Sampson Low

Plot summary

Map of "New Switzerland"

Bibliography

  • Title The Castaways of the Flag: The Final Adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson
  • Authors Jules Verne, Johann David Wyss
  • Editor S. Low, Marston, 1924
  • 242 pages

External links

  • Seconde patrie available at Jules Verne Collection (French)


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