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Fünf Wochen im Ballon

Geschrieben von Jules Verne

Erzählt von Tanja Dohse, Nikolaus Schlieper, Johannes Haag und

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Fünf Wochen im Ballon

Geschrieben von Jules Verne

Erzählt von Tanja Dohse, Nikolaus Schlieper, Johannes Haag und

Länge:
10 Stunden
Freigegeben:
Oct 6, 2017
ISBN:
9783990587447
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Fünf Wochen im Ballon ist ein Roman von Jules Verne. Es ist der erste veröffentlichte Roman Jules Vernes und ein wissenschaftlich fundierter Reiseroman. Der Roman erschien im Jahre 1863 und machte Verne schnell in Frankreich bekannt. Es folgten weitere Romane, die bis über seinen Tod 1905 hinaus bei Pierre-Jules Hetzel verlegt wurden, von 1873 an auch international. Fünf Wochen im Ballon ist der erste Titel des Romanzyklus der Außergewöhnlichen Reisen.
Freigegeben:
Oct 6, 2017
ISBN:
9783990587447
Format:
Hörbuch

Über den Autor

Who Was Jules Verne? Jules Verne (February 8, 1828- March 24, 1905) was a French writer. He was one of the first authors to write science fiction. Some of his books include Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (1864), From the Earth to the Moon (1865), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) Life He was born in the city of Nantes, France. His father was a lawyer, and at the beginning, Verne wanted to study law as well. When he was nineteen, he started writing long pieces of literature, but his father wanted him to earn money as a lawyer, not as a writer. In 1847, his father sent him to Paris to start studying law. In 1848, Jules Verne, on a visit home, fell in love, but the girl's parents did not want her to marry him. Verne was depressed when he heard that the girl had been married to someone else - a rich, older man. In his stories, Jules Verne often writes about women married to people they do not love. He returned to Paris to find it on the verge of revolution: the French Revolution of 1848 deposed the king, and Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte was elected as the first president of the Republic of France. (A republic is a country which does not have a king or queen, but has a president instead.) Verne continued to study law until 1851, but all the time he was writing and meeting with other authors and artists. Finally, in 1852, he decided to give up being a lawyer, and become a full-time professional writer instead. His father was very unhappy with this decision, but Verne was stubborn and strong-minded, so he went ahead with his plans. Verne went to Paris to try to find success. At first, he did not find any fame. Over time, he became a fan of science, while becoming well known for his writing. His love of science and writing led him to write stories and novels that are now called "science fiction". Many people say Jules Verne was the creator of the science fiction genre. Verne lived to write. He wrote many stories. These included fiction novels, theater works, and other novels. In 1886, his young nephew, Gaston, who had paranoia, shot Verne in the leg. After that, Verne had a permanent limp in his leg. This may have resulted in his darker writing styles in that time period. Verne married Aimée du Fraysse de Viane in January 1857 with his father's blessing. In August 1861, their son was born. He continued to write until his death. On 24th of March 1905, Verne, who was sick with diabetes, died at his home in Amiens, France. Jules Verne and Inventions Jules Verne wrote about many things which did not exist when he was alive. Some of these things later became real. Verne was far from being a scientist, but his passion for technology and the progress being made at the time served to introduce many of the inventions that were to come and that, over time, have ended up becoming ordinary elements of our every-day life.


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