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         Verne Jules:     more books (63)
  1. Jules Verne: Five Complete Novels by Jules Verne, 1995-04-23
  2. Jules Verne: A Biography by Jean Jules-Verne, 1976-08
  3. Jules Verne: The Definitive Biography by William Butcher, 2006-05-14
  4. Works Of Jules Verne: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Around the World in 80 Days, From the Earth to the Moon, Round the Moon, and selected short stories by Jules Verne, Claire Booss, 1984-03-21
  5. Amazing Journeys: Journey to the Center of the Earth, From the Earth to the Moon, Circling the Moon, 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas, and Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, 2010-02
  6. The Jules Verne Encyclopedia by Brian Taves, Stephen, Jr. Michaluk, et all 1996-04-09
  7. Jules Verne: An Exploratory Biography by Herbert R. Lottman, 1997-01
  8. Science Fiction Pioneer: A Story About Jules Verne (Creative Minds Biographies) by Thomas Streissguth, 2000-05
  9. The World of Jules Verne by Gonzague Saint Bris, 2006-11-01
  10. Jules Verne: The Man Who Invented Tomorrow by Peggy Teeters, 1993-01
  11. The Political and Social Ideas of Jules Verne; by Jean Chesneaux, 1973-02
  12. Who Said There's No Man on the Moon?A story of Jules Verne by Robert Quackenbush, 1985-03-01
  13. Jules Verne. by Kenneth Allott, 1970-06
  14. Jules Verne: Narratives of Modernity (Liverpool University Press - Liverpool Science Fiction Texts & Studies) by Edmund J. Smyth, 2000-05-01

41. Jules Verne: Autographs / Signatures - Andrew Nash
Jules Verne(18281905) A French writer with the most amazing imagination. Verne (Jules, 1828-1905, French Science Fiction Writer)
Signatures / Autographs Back to: Autograph Frames Index No-Frames Index The following are listings of autographs that I have catalogued, without images
VERNE, Jules : A Journey to the North Pole. ; George Routledge and Sons, London 1875. First edition, 8vo. Illustrated by Riou, original pictorial cloth, spine chipped but a very good copy.
With autograph letter signed by Jules Verne to the editor of a journal in England or America, asking him to confirm that he would like one of Verne's science fiction stories for his publication ( " une nouvelle scientifique dans le genre de ce que je fais habituellement "), and on what terms, explaining that his English is very poor and asking for a reply in French if possible. 1 page, 8vo, integral blank, Amiens, 24 December 1889.
VERNE, Jules : Inscribed Carte-de-Visite Photograph
Half-length pose of the author seated at a table, pen in hand; approximately 2 1/2" x 4", on a gilt-edged photographer's mount. A fresh, clean example;
inscribed by Verne on the bottom margin, " A.M. William Arnold Jacobs/ Jules Verne/ Amiens, Mai 1902.

42. Jules Verne - Books And Biography
To read literature by Jules Verne, select from the list on the left. JulesVerne (18281905) was born and raised in the port of Nantes.

43. Jules Verne
Jules Verne. French author (18281905). Biography. Jules Verne was born in Nantesin 1828. He was supposed to take his father job and study Law,
French author (1828-1905)
Jules Verne was born in Nantes in 1828. He was supposed to take his father job and study Law, but once in Paris, he dreamt of becoming a writer. He met Alexander Dumas, author of The Three Musketeers , who took young Verne under his wing.
The first publisher to recognize Verne's talent was Hetzel, who signed a contract with the author for 20 years. Verne was a very prolific writer, because a part from novels, he also wrote short-stories, essays, plays (dramas, comedies, libretti...) and poems. But he will always be remembered for his Voyages extraordinaires , the world-famous 54 novels published during his lifetime. This colection includes Cinc Semaines en balloon (Five Weeks in Balloon) Votage au Centre de la Terre (Journey to the Center of the Earth) De la Terre a la Lune (From the Earth to the Moon) Les Enfants du Capitaine Grant (The Children of Captain Grant) 20.000 Lieues sous les mers (20.000 Leagues under the Sea) Autour de la Lune (Round the Moon) Le Tour du Monde en Quatre-vingt jour (Around the World in 80 days) L'Ile Mysterieuse (Mysterious Island) Michel Strogoff L'Ecole des Robinsons (School of Robinsons) , 1881 and Deux ans de Vacances (Two Years Holiday , 1886. You may find that English translations have many different titles for the same book.

44. Author Watch: Jules Verne (1828-1905)
Author Watch Jules Verne (18281905) By Mark O Neill February 12, 2004. I amgoing to start this column with one of my favourite authors.
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Author Watch: Jules Verne (1828-1905)
By Mark O'Neill
February 12, 2004 I am going to start this column with one of my favourite authors. Jules Verne has always fired my imagination with his tales of travel, discovery and adventure. Born in France, and author of famous works such as "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," "Around the World in 80 Days" and "Journey to the Center of the Earth," his books have been made into movies or have formed the basis for movies. "80 Days..." formed the basis for a British BBC travel series as well as movie spin-offs and parodies. (Jackie Chan is currently filming a version due out in cinemas next year). "20,000 Leagues..." formed the loose basis for the Samuel L Jackson movie "Sphere" with Sharon Stone and Dustin Hoffman. So even to this day, Verne's work still influences the modern media. Average Selling Prices
I have discovered that Verne is a well sought-after author in bookselling circles. For example, a quick scan at shows a first edition starting at $100 (it will definitely finish at a higher price) and other volumes going for between $60 and $80. Mass-market editions start at $1 and don't sell well, but older versions are definitely worth a lot of money, depending on the condition of the book.

45. JULES VERNE - LoveToKnow Article On JULES VERNE
Verne, Jules (18281905), French author, was born at Nantes on the 8th of February1828. After completing his studies at the Nantes lycee, he went to Paris
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Jules Verne Homepage and Biography on (18281905)—. He livedalone, and so to speak, outside of every social relation; and as he knew

47. MSN Encarta - Jules Verne
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Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 2 items Verne, Jules (1828-1905), French author, who is often regarded as the father of science fiction . He was born in Nantes, France, and ran away to sea at the age of 11. After he was sent home in disgrace, he vowed to travel only in his imagination. He carried out this pledge in more than 50 works that combine scientific fantasy and exciting adventure. Verne studied law in Paris, and from 1848 until 1863 wrote opera librettos and plays. His interest in science and geographical discovery led him to write on the possibility of exploring Africa in a balloon. Many publishers rejected this work, until one publisher suggested he rewrite it in the form of an adventure story. The result was Cinq semaines en ballon Five Weeks in a Balloon

48. Jules Verne (1828-1905), French Author
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49. Verne, Jules
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51. Jules Verne Biography / Biography Of Jules Verne Main Biography
The French novelist Jules Verne (18281905) was the first authentic exponent ofmodern science fiction. The best of his work is characterized by intelligent
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Name: Jules Verne Birth Date: February 8, 1828 Death Date: March 24, 1905 Place of Birth: Nantes, France Place of Death: Amiens, France Nationality: French Gender: Male Occupations: novelist, writer Jules Verne Main Biography The French novelist Jules Verne (1828-1905) was the first authentic exponent of modern science fiction. The best of his work is characterized by intelligent predictions of technical achievements actually within man's grasp at the time Verne wrote. Jules Verne was born on Feb. 8, 1828, at Nantes, the eldest son of a prosperous provincial lawyer. An otherwise uneventful childhood was marked by one major escapade. In his twelfth year, Jules shipped as a cabin boy on an ocean-going three-master. The ship was intercepted by his father before it had put out to sea, and Jules is said to have promised his parents that "in future he would travel only in imagination"a prediction fulfilled in a manner his parents could not have foreseen. Career as a Playwright In 1847 Verne went to Paris to study law, although privately he was already planning a literary career. Owing to the friendship he made with Alexandre Dumas the Elder, Verne's first play

52. Jules Verne - Books, Journals, Articles @ The Questia Online Library
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53. Biblioteca Virtual - Verne, Jules (1828-1905)
Translate this page La Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, la primera en lengua castellana, esun fondo bibliográfico con obras de Literatura, Historia, Ciencias, etc.,

54. Authors: Jules Verne (1828-1905)
Jules Verne (18281905). This French author is regarded as the founder of modernscience fiction. He was born in Nantes, studied law in Paris, and from 1848
Jules Verne (1828-1905) This French author is regarded as the founder of modern science fiction. He was born in Nantes, studied law in Paris, and from 1848 until 1863 wrote opera librettos and plays. In 1863 he achieved his first real success with the publication of Cinq Semaines en ballon Five Weeks in a Balloon , 1869), a short fantasy that anticipated his later work.
Verne rode a wave of 19th-century interest in science and invention to enormous popular favour. Laying a carefully documented scientific foundation for his fantastic adventure stories, he forecast with remarkable accuracy many scientific achievements of the 20th century. He anticipated flights into outer space, submarines, helicopters, air conditioning, guided missiles, and motion pictures long before they were developed. Among his most popular books are Voyage au centre de la terre From the Earth to the Moon Vingt mille lieues sous la mer Mysterious Island (1870), and La Tour du monde en quatre-vingt jours (1872). Beginning with A Trip to the Moon , by the pioneer French film director Georges Méliès, Verne's works have been the source of many films. He was awarded the Légion d'Honneur in 1892.

55. Great Books And Classics - Jules Verne
Great Books and Classics Jules Verne (1828-1905) HTML (44 pages, indexed)at Zvi Har El s Jules Verne Collection; Dutch HTML (Single page, 6084 KB,

56. Jules Verne Biography
Jules Gabriel Verne 18281905. Jules Verne. Jules Verne was an amazing writerwho predicted the science future of the world. Some of the inventions he
Jules Gabriel Verne 1828-1905
Jules Verne Jules Verne was an amazing writer who predicted the science future of the world. Some of the inventions he imagined were created later in his lifetime, but some are still to be invented. He was popular with all kinds of readers: rich, poor, young, old, scientists, artists and rulers. He wrote over 80 books mostly before 1900 and a few of the things he described were: helicopters, modern weapons, movies with sound, television and rockets. Jules Gabriel Verne was born on February 8, 1828 in Nantes, France. He was the oldest of five children. He had three sisters: Mathilde, Anna and Marie, and one younger brothers Paul. His father was a lawyer and, much like the hero of Around the World in Eighty Days, he was precise about everything. He was known for his honesty. His mother, Sophie Allotte, came from a family of ship builders and sea captains. Jules and Paul were close all their lives. When they were boys they liked to read travel magazines and invent journeys. They were crazy about boats and taught themselves to sail. When Jules was twelve years old, he found a ship called the "Coralie" that was sailing to the West Indies. Jules paid the cabin boy to take his place but his father brought him home. His mother made him promise not to go to sea. Jules's father wanted him to be educated as a lawyer, but he refused to do any work but writing. In 1848 he and a friend went to Paris. His father gave Jules money to support himself because he was supposed to be studying law. What Jules really wanted to do was sell his manuscripts and plays. He discovered that you have to know people in the business to sell anything. He went to cafes and the homes of rich people to find someone interested in his work. His father came to Paris to check on him and stopped paying his allowance when he discovered that Jules was just writing.

57. Jules Verne
Translate this page Jules Verne (Francia, 1828-1905), Verne. Escritor francés considerado el padrede la ciencia ficción moderna. Nació en Nantes y estudió leyes en París.

58. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea
Verne, Jules, 18281905. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Electronic TextCenter, University of Virginia Library
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    Verne, Jules, 18281905 Creation of machine-readable version Judy Boss Creationof digital images Greg Murray, Electronic Text Center

    60. Sitio De Ciencia-Ficción - Autores - Verne, Julio - FRA
    Translate this page Julio Verne. (1828-1905) Basado en el artículo Jules Verne de Manel DominguezNavarro aparecido en el número 54 (Julio de 1983) de la revista 1984 y en
    Julio Verne
    Julio Verne Paris Match Verne (Karl Marx, traducido a 133 idiomas). Julio Caroline, que sumen al joven Julio Victor Hugo, Eugenio Sue, Dumas, padre e hijo. En 1850 acaba sus estudios de derecho y su padre le conmina a volver a Nantes. Pero Julio Verne, En 1856 conoce a Honorine de Vyane, Verne P. J. Hetzel, in eternum, CINCO SEMANAS EN GLOBO, Hetzel Julio Verne se obligaba a escribir dos novelas de un nuevo estilo Hetzel voyages extraordinaires MAGASIN D'EDUCATION ET DE RECREATION. Estaba claro que el destino de la obra de Verne, primitivos, H. G. Wells, La obra de Verne, Karl Marx) y desde LAS TRIBULACIONES DE UN CHINO EN CHINA hasta LA VUELTA AL MUNDO EN OCHENTA DIAS, VEINTE MIL LEGUAS DE VIAJE SUBMARINO, VIAJE AL CENTRO DE LA TIERRA o DE LA TIERRA A LA LANA (adaptada entre otros por que inspiraron lo que puede denominarse con toda justicia como el primer film serio CON DESTINO A LA LUNA (Destination: Moon), invasiones marcianas, venusianas, selenitas y de toda la retahila de catastrofismos, Flash Gordon, el Buck Rogers o Brick Bradford.

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