hho Sinh viên Hôm nay rảnh rỗi mới edit xong 2 truyện của Henri Charrière: Papillon và Banco, bản dịch Anh văn. Tìm đỏ con mắt cũng không thấy bản chính bằng Pháp văn. Bạn nào có thì vui lòng cho hho xin. Cám ơn trước. Papillon (1969) by Henri Charrière, Patrick O'Brian (Translator) The greatest true story of escape and adventure ever written! Condemned for a murder he had not committed, Henri Charrière (nicknamed Papillion) was sent to the penal colony of French Guiana. Forty-two days after his arrival he made his first break, travelling a thousand gruelling miles in an open boat. Recaptured, he suffered solitary confinement and was sent eventually to Devil's Island, a hell-hole of disease and brutality. No one had ever escaped from this notorious prison - no one until Papillion took to the shark-infested sea supported only by a makeshift coconut-sack raft. In thirteen years he made nine daring escapes, living through many fantastic adventures while on the run - including a sojourn with South American Indians whose women Papillon found welcomely free of European restraints... Papillon is filled with tension, adventure and high excitement. It is also one of the most vivid stories of human endurance ever written. ● Top of the bestseller lists all over the world ● Film rights sold for over $500,000 ● American Book-of-the-Month Club selection THE BOOK THAT TOOK THE WORLD BY STORM. Banco: The Further Adventures of Papillon (1972) by Henri Charrière, Patrick O'Brian (Translator) Here at last is the sensational sequel to PAPILLON - the great story of escape and adventure that took the world by storm. Banco continues the adventures of Henri Charrière - nicknamed 'Papillon' - in Venezuela, where he has finally won his freedom after thirteen years of escape and imprisonment. Despite his resolve to become an honest man, Charrière is soon involved in hair-raising exploits with goldminers, gamblers, bank-robbers, revolutionaries - robbing and being robbed, his lust for life as strong as ever. He also runs night-clubs in Caracas until an earthquake ruins him in 1967 - when he decides to write the book that brings him international fame. Henri Charrière died in 1973 at the age of 66. BANCO is ferocious, funny, tender, crowded with incident and excitement BANCO is as vibrantly alive as PAPILLON BANCO is the work of a born story-teller.