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Free site book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. THE POISON BELT BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. Being an account of another adventure of. Prof. George E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton,. Prof. Summerlee. May 2, Being an account of another adventure of Prof. George E Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Prof. Summerlee and Mr. E. D. Malone, the.


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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - The Poison Belt. Read more · Doyle, Arthur Conan - The Poison Belt · Read more · Below the Belt. Read more · The Blood-stained Belt. The Poison Belt () is the second in the series of Conan Doyle's Professor. Challenger books. The first, The Lost. World, was published just a year earlier. Apr 1, (c) >>> page 1 of 8 PDF File: a54 The Poison Belt By Arthur Conan Doyle PDF EBOOK.

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Finally, the last of the oxygen cylinders is emptied, and they open a window, ready to face death. To their surprise, they do not die, and conclude the Earth has now passed through the poison belt.

They journey through the dead countryside in Challenger's car, finally arriving in London. They encounter only one survivor, an elderly, bed-ridden woman prescribed oxygen for her health.

After returning to Challenger's house, they discover that the effect of the ether is temporary, and the world reawakens with no knowledge that they have lost any time at all. Eventually Challenger and his companions manage to convince the world what happened — a task made easier by the tremendous amount of death and destruction caused by runaway machines and fires that took place while the world was asleep — and humanity is shocked into placing a higher value on life.

The BBC aired a radio drama version of the story in , as a sequel to their well-received adaptation of The Lost World that spring. Smith, is available on the Internet Archive.

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Written in , roughly a year before the outbreak of World War I, much of it takes place in a single room in Challenger's house in Sussex — rather oddly, given that it follows The Lost World , a story set largely outdoors in the wilds of South America.

This would be the last story written about Challenger until the s, by which time Doyle's spiritualist beliefs had begun to influence his writing. More books you might like: Excerpt: It is imperative that now at once, while these stupendous events are still clear in my mind, I should set them down with that exactness of detail which time may blur.

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But even as I do so, I am overwhelmed by the wonder of the fact that it should be our little group of the "Lost World"—Professor Challenger, Professor Summerlee, Lord John Roxton, and myself—who have passed through this amazing experience.

When, some years ago, I chronicled in the Daily Gazette our epoch-making journey in South America, I little thought that it should ever fall to my lot to tell an even stranger personal experience, one which is unique in all human annals and must stand out in the records of history as a great peak among the humble foothills which surround it.

The event itself will always be marvellous, but the circumstances that we four were together at the time of this extraordinary episode came about in a most natural and, indeed, inevitable fashion.

I will explain the events which led up to it as shortly and as clearly as I can, though I am well aware that the fuller the detail upon such a subject the more welcome it will be to the reader, for the public curiosity has been and still is insatiable. It was upon Friday, the twenty-seventh of August—a date forever memorable in the history of the world—that I went down to the office of my paper and asked for three days' leave of absence from Mr.

McArdle, who still presided over our news department. The good old Scotchman shook his head, scratched his dwindling fringe of ruddy fluff, and finally put his reluctance into words.

Malone, that we could employ you to advantage these days. I was thinking there was a story that you are the only man that could handle as it should be handled.

But the engagement was important and intimate. If I could be spared——" "Well, I don't see that you can.

The Poison Belt

After all, it was my own fault, for I should have known by this time that a journalist has no right to make plans of his own.Dramatic adaptations[ edit ] The BBC aired a radio drama version of the story in , as a sequel to their well-received adaptation of The Lost World that spring. In the course of his researches into various phenomena, Challenger has predicted that the Earth is moving into a belt of poisonous ether which, based on its effect on the people of Sumatra earlier in the day, he expects to stifle humanity.

They journey through the dead countryside in Challenger's car, finally arriving in London. Eventually Challenger and his companions manage to convince the world what happened — a task made easier by the tremendous amount of death and destruction caused by runaway machines and fires that took place while the world was asleep — and humanity is shocked into placing a higher value on life. It's a peety, Mr.

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