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The Village in the Treetops

The Village in the Treetops
Author Jules Verne
Original title Le Village aérien
Translator I.O. Evans
Illustrator Georges Roux
Country France
Language French
Series The Extraordinary Voyages #48
Genre Adventure novel
Publisher Pierre-Jules Hetzel
Publication date 1901
Published in English 1964
Media type Print (Hardback)
Preceded by The Castaways of the Flag
Followed by The Sea Serpent

The Village in the Treetops (French: Le Village aérien, lit. The Aerial Village) is a 1901 novel by Jules Verne. The book, one of Verne's "Voyages Extraordinaires", is his take on Darwinism and human development.

Publication history

  • 1964, UK, London, Arco, 191 pp.


  • Jules Verne Rediscovered: Didacticism and the Scientific Novel by Arthur B. Evans.
  • Human Prehistory in Fiction by Charles De Paolo.

External links

  • Jules Verne Collection (French)

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