The Jules Verne Encyclopedia. The Jules Verne Encyclopedia utilizes a variety of approaches to reveal the author as a cultural phenomenon whose influence has radiated throughout science and the arts
The Jules Verne Encyclopedia. Brian Taves & Stephen Michaluk, Jr. with Edward Baxter, Ray Cartier, Evelyn Copeland, Olivier Dumas and James Iraldi. Foreword by André Laurie. The Jules Verne Encyclopedia utilizes a variety of approaches to reveal the author as a cultural phenomenon whose influence has radiated throughout science and the arts. The authors outline Verne’s life in a critical overview, and in a compilation of autobiographical interviews given to journalists during his lifetime and reprinted here for the first time. Also included is Verne’s controversial novelette, The Humbug, a satire of American mores never before published in The United States.
Brian Taves and Stephen Michaluk, Jr. together have the experience of over a half-century of Verne collecting and scholarship. Taves, a librarian at the Library of Congress, has long had a special interest in the film and television adaptations of Verne's work.
The newest book by Taves, Hollywood Presents Jules Verne .
The newest book by Taves, Hollywood Presents Jules Verne, chronicles more than a century of adaptations of the science fiction pioneer's stories to the screen.
Pioneering science-fiction writer Jules Verne is the second most translated author of all time (after Agatha Christie.
The Jules Verne Encyclopedia book. This book is not a bibliography. It is a collection of information about Jules Verne, his books, his life, his influence.
Jules Gabriel Verne (/vɜːrn/; French: ; 8 February 1828 – 24 March 1905) was a French novelist, poet, and playwright.
Brian Taves, Stephen Michaluk. This is a reference work on the novelist Jules Verne, one of the most important literary figures of all time.
Jules Verne Biography - The scientific author, Jules Verne is still remembered for his much celebrated works such as. .During these travels, Verne met other authors including Alexandre Dumas and Victor Hugo.
Jules Verne Biography - The scientific author, Jules Verne is still remembered for his much celebrated works such as Around the World in Eighty Days (1873), Journey to the Center. Although many of his novels had previously been rejected by publishers, Verne’s literary career was launched after he became acquainted with publisher Pierre Jules Hetzel. Five Weeks in a Balloon was published in 1863 receiving immense acclaim. It was the first of the extraordinary series.
Edward Baxter, and Brian Taves. The bibliographical information has been derived largely from Charles-Noël Martin and Brian Taves, though other sources in French and English have also been consulted. The former name of Paris. Poland was then split - to all appearances irretrievably - between Russia, Germany and Austria: and the hats of the period seemed to have been called 'polonnaises'. A keeper of gigantic cattle. 'He is patient because he is eternal. From the neighbourhood of Berlin to near Cape Horn.