- Author: Jules Verne
Author Record # 159
- Legal Name: Verne, Jules Gabriel
- Birthplace: Nantes, Loire-Inférieure, France
- Birthdate: 8 February 1828
- Deathdate: 24 March 1905
- Language: French
- Webpages: Books and Writers, IMDB, julesverne.ca, jv.gilead.org.il, National Library of France, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN, Wikipedia-FR, Wikipedia-JA
- Used These Alternate Names:
Juliusz Verne, Giulio Verne, Julio Verne, Julius Verne,
Father of Michel Verne
. A number of Jules Verne's work published during the last phase of his career and especially posthumously were revised or rewritten by Michel Verne. Jules Verne's original texts were found, restored and published in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
Awarded the 1872 Montyon Award by Académie française for Cinq semaines en ballon, Voyage au centre de la terre, Vingt-mille lieues sous les mers, De la terre à la lune, Autour de la lune. Can be useful for dating editions with "Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française". A non-genre award "to French authors of works most useful to morals, and commendable by a character of moral elevation and utility."
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