Jules Verne
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Easton Press  
A Jouney To The Center of The Earth - 1966
From The Earth To The Moon - 1989
The Mysterious Island - 1959
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea - 1977
Around The World In Eighty Days - 1983

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A Jouney To The Center of The Earth
Around The World In Eighty Days
The Mysterious Island

Franklin Library  
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea - World's Best Loved Books - 1978
Around the World in Eighty Days - World's Best Loved Books - 1983
Around the World in Eighty Days, and From Earth to the Moon - Collected Stories of the World's Greatest Writers - 1985
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Jules Verne (1828-1905), was a French author who was born in Nantes. He was educated at Saint Donatien College where he may have been a student of Brutus de Villeroi (inventor and pioneer of the first submarines). While history supports no formal records of Jules Verne studing under Brutus de Villeroi, it is widely believed that Villeroi may have inspired the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne. Following his years at Saint Donatien College, he studied law in Paris. After failing to complete his law degree, he focused on writing, and worked as a stockbroker. Along with Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, Jules Verne wrote many other science fiction novels including the famous A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Around the World in Eighty Days, and From the Earth to the Moon. It was his imagination, and ability to foresee the advancement of science and technology that enabled him to usher science fiction into a new era. Jules Verne not only predicted many future scientific inventions, but he strongly influenced the writing of many future science fiction writers including H. G. Wells, and Rider Haggard. Over the course of his writing career Jules Verne wrote many novels and short stories with varied levels of success. His later writing began to take on a depressed feeling as seen in The Lighthouse at the End of the World, and Invasion of the Sea.
Other novels and short stories published by Jule Verne include:
A Drama in the Air - 1851
A Drama in Mexico - 1851
Martin Paz - 1852
Master Zacharius - 1854
A Winter Amid the Ice - 1855
Backwards to Britain - 1859
Five Weeks in a Balloon - 1863 (first published novel)
Paris in the Twentieth Century - 1863
The Count of Chanteleine - 1864
Journey to the Center of the Earth - 1864
The Blockade Runners - 1865
From the Earth to the Moon - 1865
The Adventures of Captain Hatteras - 1866
In Search of the Castaways - 1968
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - 1870
Around the Moon - 1870
A Floating City - 1871
Dr. Ox's Experiment - 1872
The Adventures of Three Englishmen and Three Russians in South Africa - 1872
Around the World in Eighty Days - 1873
The Fur Country - 1873
Doctor Ox - 1874
The Mysterious Island - 1875
An Ideal City - 1875
The Survivors of the Chancellor - 1875
Michael Strogoff - 1876
Off on a Comet - 1877
The Child of the Cavern - 1877
Dick Sand, A Captain at Fifteen - 1878
The Begum's Millions - 1879
The Mutineers of the Bounty - 1879
Tribulations of a Chinaman in China - 1879
The Steam House - 1880
Ten Hours Hunting - 1881
Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon - 1881
Godfrey Morgan - 1883
The Green Ray - 1883
KÚraban the Inflexible - 1884
Frritt Flacc - 1884
The Vanished Diamond - 1885
The Waif of the Cynthia - 1885
The Archipelago on Fire - 1885
Mathias Sandorf - 1885
The Lottery Ticket - 1886
Robur the Conqueror - 1887
Gil Braltar - 1887
North Against South - 1887
The Flight to France - 1888
Two Years' Vacation - 1889
Family Without a Name - 1889
The Purchase of the North Pole - 1889
CÚsar Cascabel - 1890
Mistress Branican - 1891
In the Year 2889 - 1891
Adventures of the Rat Family - 1891
Carpathian Castle - 1892
Claudius Bombarnac - 1892
Foundling Mick - 1893
Mr. Ray Sharp and Miss Me Flat - 1893
Captain Antifer - 1894
Propeller Island - 1895
Facing the Flag - 1896
Clovis Dardentor - 1896
An Antarctic Mystery - 1897
The Mighty Orinoco - 1898
The Will of an Eccentric - 1899
The Castaways of the Flag - 1900
The Village in the Treetops - 1901
The Sea Serpent - 1901
The Kip Brothers - 1902
Traveling Scholarships - 1903
A Drama in Livonia - 1904
Master of the World - 1904
Invasion of the Sea - 1905
The Lighthouse at the End of the World - 1905
The Golden Volcano: The Claim on Forty Mile Creek and Flood and Flame - 1905