Jules Verne


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French writer who is considered the father of science fiction (1828-1905)

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MADEIRA Voyages Jules Verne (0845 166 7035) offers seven nights' B&B at family run residencial from Nov 3 from pounds 325, incl transfers.
In a nutshell: Kid-aimed remake of the Jules Verne classic looks good, has some exciting action and boasts a couple of hearty laughs, though it never really coheres into a gripping narrative.
American skipper Steve Fossett and his 11-strong crew aim to smash the Jules Verne record in the 125-foot maxi-catamaran Cheyenne.
Jules Verne, author of Around the World in Eighty Days.
His master was Jules Verne, whose name Roussel would allow pronounced only "on bended knee," and it was fame equal at least to Verne's, if not to Victor Hugo's--or Napoleon's--that he sought.
Jules Verne described them in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
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And while Jules Verne characters found dinosaurs and rivers in his book Journey to the Centre of the Earth, the team uncovered something almost as astonishing - the core has a secret inner core of its own.
UKPRwire, Wed Aug 31 2011] Voyages Jules Verne has published the latest edition of its sought-after No Single Supplement brochure.
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Invasion of the Sea is a science fiction literary classic by the famous author Jules Verne (1828-1905), perhaps best known for "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea".
But Jag and Dal Singh, who are not related, say the new diner, based on the Jules Verne classic novel, can be a big success following a pounds 1 million plus revamp.
Unfamiliar with sea travel, Jules Verne read extensively and researched as much as possible for the era, coming up with a gentleman's version of castaways and life aboard the first submarine.