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Re: Myth:His son was present at Verne's death

From: Peter Harold <haroldmania~at~yahoo.se>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 13:29:54 +0200 (CEST)
To: Jules Verne Forum <jvf~at~Gilead.org.il>

Dear friends!

Perhaps it looks like I try to make fun of the subject
"Myth: Verne present at his sons birth", but I truly
would like to put attention to what could be a myth;
"Michel Verne not present at the death of his father".
This question have been up in this Forum years ago,
but maybe someone of you, my friends, have heard if
there is any new information about this question.

Myself, I have heard that the reason form Michel Verne
not being present at the death of his father, was the
bad feeling between him and the Lefebvres. Any

Best regards

--- Peter Harold <haroldmania~at~yahoo.se> wrote:
> --- Karol van Bastelaar <k.bastelaar~at~wxs.nl> wrote:
> > > Some sources say that he was just in time for
> the
> > birth, Verne himself has given 1860 as the year of
> > the journey.>
> In at least two letters I know, he say the journey
> happend in 1862. Could we get any conclusion about
> Jules Verne's mind about this problem, not being at
> home...?
> Best regards
> Peter Harold
Received on Wed 06 Apr 2005 - 14:29:59 IDT

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