By Giacomo Casanova; Rachel Zurer
After a shipwreck, Edward and Elizabeth locate themselves within the middle of the earth and reside for eighty-one years with the small people they locate there.
summary: After a shipwreck, Edward and Elizabeth locate themselves within the heart of the earth and stay for eighty-one years with the small people they locate there
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Casanova's "Icosameron", or, The story of Edward and Elizabeth : who spent eighty-one years in the land of the Megamicres, original inhabitants of Protocosmos in the interior of our globe by Giacomo Casanova; Rachel Zurer