By Julio Verne
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The dinner-hour is past, and I did not know it. I am half dead with hunger. " I cried. " replied the indefatigable Professor, entering the dining-room. CHAPTER VI EXCITING DISCUSSIONS ABOUT AN UNPARALLELED ENTERPRISE At these words a cold shiver ran through me. Yet I controlled myself; I even resolved to put a good face upon it. Scientific arguments alone could have any weight with Professor Liedenbrock. Now there were good ones against the practicability of such a journey. Penetrate to the centre of the earth!
But I had followed the banks of the Elbe and passed the town. After passing the port too, I had reached the Altona road. I was led by a presentiment, soon to be realised; for shortly I espied my little Grauben bravely returning with her light step to Hamburg. " I cried from afar off. The young girl stopped, rather frightened perhaps to hear her name called after her on the high road. Ten yards more, and I had joined her. " she cried surprised. "What! have you come to meet me?
Cried Martha, running out of her kitchen at the noise of the violent slamming of doors. " said the old servant. " cried Martha, with clasped hands. "No, my dear Martha, he will eat no more. No one in the house is to eat anything at all. " "Oh, my dear! " I hardly dared to confess that, with so absolute a ruler as my uncle, this fate was inevitable. The old servant, visibly moved, returned to the kitchen, moaning piteously. When I was alone, I thought I would go and tell Grauben all about it. But how should I be able to escape from the house?
A Journey to the Interior of the Earth by Julio Verne