Jules Verne

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Noun1.Jules Verne - French writer who is considered the father of science fiction (1828-1905)Jules Verne - French writer who is considered the father of science fiction (1828-1905)
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This struck from all three allusions to Edgar Poe and Jules Verne, and such platitudes as naturally rise to the lips of the most intelligent when they are talking against time, and dealing with a new invention in which it would seem ingenuous to believe too soon; and the question of the telephone carried them safely back to the big house.
A Isaac Asimov B George Orwell C Jules Verne D H.G Wells 13.
Adventure stories are the most appropriate as the action never ends and one such story, Around the World in 80 Days by French writer Jules Verne, is what Greek actor and director Haris Romas has made his recent project.
Ciprian, 29, who works at Harvey's Bar & Kitchen at Fenay Bridge, created a version of the gin-based White Lady to take top spot in a competition hosted by The Jules Verne pub in the town centre.
On our first evening in Paris, Goldee and I, joined by The Duchess, dined at Le Jules Verne, a Michelin-starred restaurant on the second stage of the Eiffel Tower, 123 meters or the equivalent of approximately 50 floors from the Eiffel Tower's ground floor.
Part of the Naxos "Complete Classics" series of unabridged works of literature transformed into audiobook format, Journey to the Centre of the Earth brings to life Jules Verne's classic, sci-fi saga of exploration and discovery, set during the mid 1800's.
Once the capital of Brittany, it is also the birthplace of Jules Verne. Nantes has been imaginatively regenerated and is brimming with attractions.
At the end of his excellent article on the novels De la Terre a la Lune (From the Earth to the Moon) and Autour de la Lune (Around the Moon) by Jules Verne (S&T: June 2015, p.
The World Cup is, of course, named after Jules Rimet (the third president of FIFA), not Jules Verne who penned Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, a feeling which became all too familiar after being submerged by rude E-mails and tweets:
In a nod to the adventurers staying at the hostel, as well as Liverpool's steam liner heritage, the redesign will be themed on Phileas Fogg, the main character in Jules Verne's classic, Around the World in Eighty Days.
Jules Verne: Un ocean tumultueux de mots et de reves [Jules Verne: A Turbulent Ocean of Words and Dreams].