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The book is widely considered a classic of adventure literature.
But it is to the adventure literature of balloon travel.
Orwell noted that at its best, boys' adventure literature has a strong narrative drive and considerable suspense.
A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work.
There is an old adventure literature about travel and life on river rafts; and will make the river water in anyone's viens rise and surge.
An African art expert, he is also knowledgeable of the architectural heritage of Asturias, as well as romantic adventure literature.
Outdoor literature encompasses several different sub-genres including Exploration literature, Adventure literature, Mountain literature and Nature writing.
Both themes are often found in Soviet sci-fi and adventure literature (see the Strugatsky brothers' novels Hard to be a God and Inhabited Island).
The Shuar are popularly depicted in a wide variety of travelogue and adventure literature because of Western fascination with their former practice of shrinking human heads (tsantsa).
Georges T. Dodds from the SF Site described the series as "an elevation of adventure literature to heights that are only achieved once or twice in a generation".
The idea of a so-called "Hollow Earth", once popular in fantasy adventure literature, is that the planet Earth has a hollow interior and an inner surface habitable by human beings.
Tales of the Shadowmen is an anthology series edited by Jean-Marc Lofficier and Randy Lofficier, where characters from French adventure literature exist in the same universe.
The stories take place in a fictional world where all of the characters and events from adventure literature, and in particular French adventure literature, actually exist in the same universe.
Much of the cultural work of building and sustaining Eurocentrism was done in popular genres of literature, especially literature for young adults (for example Rudyard Kipling's Kim) and adventure literature in general.
His book of the experience, The Long Way, tells the story of his voyage as a spiritual journey as much as a sailing adventure and is still regarded as a classic of sailing and adventuring literature.
End result: George Cook and his team complete the race, known among mushers as "a thousand miles of hell"; Ann Cook captures the experience in "Running North: A Yukon Adventure," thus dipping into two genres at once, adventure literature and memoir.
From there, he moved again to Italy in 1962 where he started a collaboration with the children's comic book magazine Il Corriere dei Piccoli, for which he adapted several classics of adventure literature, including Treasure Island and Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The book recounts all the many episodes one expects from adventure literature: trouble at home, imagining a better life elsewhere, the struggle to find that life, disillusionment with certain hard facts that rub against bookish fancies, and the return, a state of mind where the author is more mature and more in touch with reality.