JULES VERNE SPACE BOOK GALLERY

THE ANNOTATED JULES VERNE : FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON

ANNOTATED VERNE BOOK COVER

Copyright, 1978, by Walter James Miller


DISCUSSION

The Annotated Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon by Walter James Miller was first published in 1978 by Thomas Y. Crowell, Publishers. A later reprint of the original work was produced. This is a fascinating examination of the author Jules Verne, the technology of his era, and underlying space exploration themes found in Verne's book. Especially interesting are discussions comparing the known technology of the twentieth century with Verne's contemporary science and engineering.


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