Jules Verne (1828-1905), “The Village in the Treetops”, 1908.

Edgar Rice Burroughs, “Tarzan of the Apes”, 1912 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay বিভূতিভূষণ বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায়ের “Mountain of the Moon” চাঁদের পাহাড় Chander Pahar, 1937 (which was an “African-adventure” SciFi by an Indian writer) also was the topic of an earlier blog post.   Here I present: Jules Verne, “The Village in … Continue reading Jules Verne (1828-1905), “The Village in the Treetops”, 1908.

Jules Verne (1828-1905), “The Begum’s ( बेगम ) Fortune”, 1879.

“Trees to caves, caves to farms, farms to cities, cities to cyberspace.” Jules Verne, “Paris in the Twentieth Century”, 1863 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Jules Verne, “The Begum’s ( बेगम )Fortune”, 1879 which was a dystopian SciFi novel of city-planning.   The science of this SciFi novel is architecture. … Continue reading Jules Verne (1828-1905), “The Begum’s ( बेगम ) Fortune”, 1879.

Jules Verne (1828-1905), “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872.

Jules Verne (1828~1905), “Paris in the Twentieth Century”, 1863 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Jules Verne, “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872 which was an African adventure SciFi novel. Africa (shown ABOVE) as a continent has four coastal rivers; and, … Continue reading Jules Verne (1828-1905), “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872.

Jules Verne (1828~1905), “Paris in Twentieth Century”, 1863.

Alfvin Toffler, “Future Shock”, 1970 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Alvin Toffler’s definition of “future shock”: is the dizzying disorientation brought on by the premature arrival of the future. Here I present:  Jules Verne (1828~1905), “Paris in the Twentieth Century”, 1863 which was a “near-future” SciFi novel.  BELOW is the “table of … Continue reading Jules Verne (1828~1905), “Paris in Twentieth Century”, 1863.