Works of NAJVS members

Hundreds of books, research papers and articles were written by NAJVS members and published worldwide in several languages. Here is a sample of their publications in English in the United States:

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Articles
  • Edwards, Arthur B. - “Collecting Jules Verne. Confessions of a Completist.” Firsts (Tucson, AZ), Vol. 6, No. 7-8. P. 26-39, July-August 1996.
  • Harpold, Terry - “Vernes Cartographies.” Science Fiction Studies 32.1 (2005): 1842.
  • Harpold, Terry - “Verne, Baudelaire et Poe La Jangada et Le Scarabe dor.” Revue Jules Verne 1920 (2005): 16268.
  • Harpold, Terry - “The Providential Grace of Vernes Le Testament dun excentrique.” IRIS 28 (2005): 15768.
  • Harpold, Terry - “Un Intertexte sophoclen du Voyage au centre de la terre.” Bulletin de la Socit Jules Verne (Nouvelle srie) 153 (2005): 3335.
  • Margot, Jean-Michel - “Jules Verne: the successful, wealthy playwright.” North American Jules Verne Society, Inc., Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Oct. 2005, Special issue, pp. 10 - 16.
  • Miller, Walter James - The Rehabilitation of Jules Verne in America: From Boy’s Author to Adults Author 1960-2003. North America, Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Dec. 2003, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 2 - 5.
  • Taves, Brian - “Adapting Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth.” North American Jules Verne Society, Inc., Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Sept. 2005, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 1 - 13.
  • Taves, Brian - “Chimp to Man, and back again - Verne’s evolutionary motif.” North American Jules Verne Society, Inc., Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Oct. 2005, Special issue, pp. 17 - 18.
  • Verne, Jules - Mister Chimpanzee. Translated by Frank Morlock. North American Jules Verne Society, Inc., Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Oct. 2005, Special issue, pp. 1 - 10.
  • Wolcott, Norman M. - “How Lewis Mercier and Eleanor King brought you Jules Verne.” North American Jules Verne Society, Inc., Extraordinary Voyages (Newsletter of the NAJVS), Dec. 2005, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 2 - 7.
  • - Science Fiction Studies, XXXII:1 #95, March 2005. A Jules Verne Centenary. Articles by NAJVS members Arthur B. Evans, Terry Harpold, William Butcher and Jean-Michel Margot. Also articles by Timothy Unwin and Teri J. Hernndez.
Books
  • Butcher, Charles William - Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Self. Space and Time in the “Voyages Extraordinaires”. London, MacMillan, 1990, XX + 206 p.
  • Evans, Arthur B. - Jules Verne rediscovered. Didacticism and the Scientific Novel. New York & London, Greenwood Press (coll. “Contributions to the World Literature”, no 27), 1988, XVIII + 204 p.
  • Luce, Stanford L. Jr. - Jules Verne. Moralist, writer, scientist. PhD Dissertation. Yale University, 1953, VI + 354 p.
  • Miller, Ron - Extraordinary Voyages. A Reader’s Guide to the Works of Jules Verne. Fredericksburg (Virginia), Black Cat Press, 1994, 178 p.
  • Taves, Brian - The Romance of Adventure. The Genre of Historical Adventure Movies. Jackson, University Press of Mississippi (coll. “Studies in Popular Culture Series”), 1993, XVI + 268 p.
  • Taves, Brian & Michaluk, Stephen - The Jules Verne Encyclopedia. Lanham (MD) & London, Scarecrow Press, 1996, XVIII + 258 p.
  • Verne, Jules - The Adventures of Captain Hatteras. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by William Butcher. New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, XLVI + 402 p.
  • Verne, Jules - The Begum’s Millions. Translated by Stanford L. Luce. Edited by Arthur B. Evans. Introduction & notes by Peter Schulman. Middletown (CT), Wesleyan University Press, 2005, XL + 262 p.
  • Verne, Jules Journey Through the Impossible. Translated by Edward Baxter. Introduction by Jean-Michel Margot. Original artwork by Roger Leyonmark. Amherst (NY), Prometheus Books, 2003, 182 p.
  • Verne, Jules The Mighty Orinoco. Translated by Stanford L. Luce. Edited by Arthur B. Evans. Introduction & notes by Walter James Miller. Middletown (CT), Wesleyan University Press, 2002, XVIII + 430 p.
  • Verne, Jules The Mysterious Island. Translated by Sidney Kravitz. Edited by Arthur B. Evans. Introduction and critical material by William Butcher. Middletown (CT), Wesleyan University Press, 2001, LII + 676 p.
  • Verne, Jules The Invasion of the Sea. Translated by Edward Baxter. Edited by Arthur B. Evans. Introduction and critical material by Arthur B. Evans. Middletown (CT), Wesleyan University Press, 2001, XX + 260 p.
  • Verne, Jules Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by William Butcher. New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1998, XLVIII + 448 p.
  • Verne, Jules Around the World in Eighty Days. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by William Butcher. New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1995, XLVI + 248 p.
  • Verne, Jules Adventures of the Rat Family. Translated by Evelyn Copland. Introduction by Iona Opie. Afterword by Brian Taves. New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1993, 72 p.
  • Verne, Jules 20,000 Leagues under the Sea. The Completely Restored and Annotated Edition. Translated by Walter James Miller and Frederick Paul Walter. Annapolis (MD), Naval Institute Press, 1993, XXIV + 400 p.
  • Verne, Jules Journey to the Center of the Earth. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by William Butcher. New York & Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992, XXXVIII + 234 p.
  • Verne, Jules The Fur Country. Translated by Edward Baxter. Gloucester, Allan Sutton & Toronto, NC Press Limited, 1987, XIV + 350 p.
  • Verne, Jules Family Without a Name. Translated by Edward Baxter. Toronto, NC Press Limited, 1982, 312 p.
  • Verne, Jules - Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Annotated edition by Walter James Miller. New York, Crowell, 1976, XXII + 362 p.
  • Verne, Jules - Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea. Translated by Walter James Miller. New York, Washington Square Press, 1970, XXIV + 390 p.
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