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Verne, Jules, 1828-1905


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  • Fuller Name

    • Jules Gabriel
  • Variants

    • Fan'erna, 1828-1905
    • Vec nơ, Juyn, 1828-1905
    • Vern, Jul, 1828-1905
    • Vern̲, Jūls, 1828-1905
    • Vern, Zhi͡ulʹ, 1828-1905
    • Vern, Zhul, 1828-1905
    • Ṿern, Z'ul, 1828-1905
    • Verne, Gyula, 1828-1905
    • Verne, Jul. (Jules Gabriel), 1828-1905
    • Verne, Jules (Jules Gabriel), 1828-1905
    • Verne, Julio, 1828-1905
    • Verne, Julius, 1828-1905
    • Verne, Juliusz, 1828-1905
    • Verne, Juljusz, 1828-1905
    • Верн, Жюль, 1828-1905
    • װערן, ז.
    • װערן, זשול
    • װערן, זשול, 1828־1905
    • ורן, ז׳ול
    • ורן, ז׳ול, 1828-1905
    • ורן, ז׳ול, 8182־1905
    • ווערן, זשול
    • ווערן, זשול, 1828-1905
    • ווערן, ז'ול, 1828-1905
    • וורן, ז׳ול
    • וורן, ז׳ול, 1828־1905
    • ジュール.ヴェルヌ, 1828-1905
    • ジュールベルヌ, 1828-1905
    • 凡尔纳儒尔, 1828-1905
    • 貝爾魯裘爾, 1828-1905
    • Virn, Zhūl, 1828-1905
    • ورن، ژول
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  • Sources

    • found: Vperedsmotri͡ashchiĭ, 1976:leaf preceding t.p. (Zhi͡ulʹ Vern)
    • found: Juliusz w Polsce, 1986:t.p. (Juliusz Verne)
    • found: Yo, Julio Verne, 1988.
    • found: Antil adalarına seyahat, 1904 or 1905:t.p. (Jul Vern)
    • found: Masaʻo u-fegaʻaṿ shel ha-Ḳapiṭan Haṭeras, 1923 or 1924-:v. 1, t.p. (Z'ul Ṿern [voc.])
    • found: W pogoni za meteorem, 19--?t.p. (Juljusz Verne)
    • found: Người đàn bà trên tàu, 1994:t.p. (Juyn Vec nơ)
    • found: Eṇticaiyum cur̲r̲ivara eṇpatunāḷ, 1963:t.p. (Jūls Vern̲)
    • found: Ni̇ġucadu aral, 1983:v. 1, t.p. (Jul Verne) colophon (Fan'erna)
    • found: Vynález zkázy, 1959:t.p. (Julius Verne)
    • found: Gale Literature Resource Center WWW Site, 5 Sep. 2008:French authors page (Jules (Gabriel) Verne, born 8 Feb. 1828, Nantes, France; died 24 Apr. 1905, Amiens, France)
    • found: His Antifer mester csudás kalandjai, 1907:t.p. (Verne Gyula)
    • found: Britannica online, April 21, 2017(Jules Verne (born Feb. 8, 1828, Nantes, France--died March 24, 1905, Amiens), prolific French author whose writings laid much of the foundation of modern science fiction; wrote several plays, worked as secretary of the Théâtre Lyrique (1852-54), and published short stories and scientific essays in the periodical Musée des familles; for several years worked as a broker at the Paris Stock Market; more than 60 works in the popular series Voyages extraordinaires)
    • found: Wikipedia, April 21, 2017(Jules Verne; Jules Gabriel Verne (8 February 1828-24 March 1905); French novelist, poet, and playwright; born Nantes, France; died Amiens, France)
    • found: Carův Kurýr (Michal Strogov), 1890z:(Jul. Verne)
    • found: Siyāḥat bar dawrādawr-i kurah-ʼi zamīn bih hashtād rūz, 1952:t.p. (ژول ورن = Zhڶul Virn)
  • LC Classification

    • PQ2469
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-08-03: new
    • 2017-10-24: revised
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