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Lord Glenarvan

Lord Edward Glenarvan
Voyages Extraordinaires character
Lord Glenarvan in Les Enfants du capitaine Grant
Lord Glenarvan in Les Enfants du capitaine Grant
First appearance Les Enfants du capitaine Grant (1868)
Last appearance L'Île mystérieuse (1874)
Created by Jules Verne
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Gender Male
Family wife Lady Helena; cousin Major MacNabb
Nationality Scottish

Lord Glenarvan is a fictional character which appears in Jules Verne's novel In Search of the Castaways and then briefly appears in The Mysterious Island. He is a wealthy Scottish noble married to Lady Glenarvan.

Lord Glenarvan owns a yacht called the Duncan, which he uses to help find Captain Grant of the Brittania, whose is being sought after by his children Robert and Mary. After many travels and misfortunes he and his crew eventually finds the captain in the conclusion of In Search of the Castaways.

In The Mysterious Island, Lord Glenarvan uses the Duncan to save castaways and the repentant criminal Tom Ayrton on the fictional Lincoln Island.

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