Jules Verne

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Aliases:
Zjjul Verne, ジュール ベルヌ, Zʹul Vʹern, and 128 others ورن، جول, Верн Жюль Габриэль, Zhul Vern, .. Fanerna, 儒勒 凡尔纳, ז'ול ורן, .. Pe-rŭ-nŭ, ז'ול וורן, ฌูล แวร์น, Vern, Jūls Vern̲, Júlio Verne, .. Verne, Жуль Вэрн, Jūru Verunu, זשול ווערנע, Жул Верн, ジュール ヴェルヌ, 凡爾納, Jul Vern, Julijusz Verne, ジールス ベルヌ, Ioulious Bern, ジュール.ヴェルヌ, Верн, ဂျို့စ် ဂေဗီယို ဗမ်းန်, Jūl Fīrn, जूल वेर्न, জুল ভার্ন, Zjul Vern, Zhiul' Vern, Žil Vern, Qiulisi Weini, Juyn Vec nơ, Žûl' Vern, Fan'erna, Jules-Gabriel Verne, 凡尔纳, 裘利斯 维尼, Ǧûl Wern, ジュールベルヌ, ڤيرن، جول, Ẓil Vern, Zshul Vern, ז'ול בירן, Z'ul Ṿern, ورني، يوليوس, ז'ול ווערן, ז'יל ורן, ژىيۇل ۋېرن, Xulio Verne, जुल भर्न, Jül Vern, ז װערן, Žjul'-Vern, Zhi︠u︡lʹ Vern, ழூல் வேர்ண், Žjul' Vern, Verne, Iulius Verne, जूल्स वर्न, Schils Werns, ジュール・ヴェルヌ, Iulios Bern, Žjulʹ Vern, Jul Verne, ورن، ژول, Žiolės Verns, ჟიულ ვერნი, ژول ورن, Řül Verne, Juliusz Verne, Ziyol Wern, Zhūl Virn, Žulʹ Vern, זשול ווערן, Zhūl virn, Juli Verne, Ûlij Vern, Ž. Verns, Jules Verne, Ժյուլ Վեռն, Rule Fan'erna, Ж Верн, ז'יל וורן, Žyol Vern, זשול וורן, 쥘 베른, Jules Gabriel Verne, جول فيرن،, Giulio Verne, Rül Verne, ژول ڤێرن, Julio Verne, Жюль Верн, זשול װערן, ז׳ול וורן, 凡尔纳儒尔, Zul Wern, ベルヌ, 貝爾魯裘爾, .. Be-leu-neu, ਯੂਲ ਵਰਨ, Ιούλιος Βερν, Juljusz Verne, جولس ورن, Rhül Vvrnve, Žūl Warn, ז'ול ב'ורן, Gyula Verne, Rule Fanerna, 儒勒·凡尔纳, Žul Wern, جول فيرن, ജൂൾസ് വേൺ, ጁልስ ቨርን, Ğūl Fīrn, ז'ול ווערנע, Жюл Габриэл Верн, Zshul Ṿern, Žils Verns, Julius Verne, Жил Верн, J ベルヌ, Жуль Верн, Zhyl Vern, ז׳ול ורן, 줄 베르느
Born:
Feb. 8, 1828
Died:
March 24, 1905

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Jules Verne was a French author who helped pioneer the science-fiction genre.

He is best known for his novels A Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1864), From the Earth to the Moon (1865), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1869–1870), Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) and The Mysterious Island (1875). Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before navigable aircraft and practical submarines were invented, and before any means of space travel had been devised. Consequently he is often referred to as the "Father of science fiction", along with H. G. Wells. ([Source][1].)

[1]: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Verne

Books by Jules Verne