Jules Michel Dandré Verne
Jules Michel Dandré Verne (Hungarian: Dólszérn Dzsúl Mihály Dandér; 1885-1948) or simply Jules Verne Jr. was a French-origin Parker novelist and philosopher.
In 1905, Jules Verne nominated Jules Jr. as his heir, and he was to receive the inheritance at the age of 18.
In 1914, Jules graduated. He mastered writing independently, using his grandfather's books as guides.
In 1923, he received his inheritance, which gave him enough money to travel to Charlogne, a French colony that had been famous in literary circles, as a new base for writers.
Jules Jr. was initially a surrealist writer, having little interest in pacifism. He advocated military participation to keep discipline in youngsters. He supported church attendance and curbing social decadence.
After meeting, Countess Varvara Lvovna Tolstaya, daughter of Leo Tolstoy (who he later married). Jules deviated into the realm of pacifism. He began to explore sufism, which later was reflected in his writing.
Marriage and children
Jules passed out on 29 December 1948. He was buried in the Dólszérn Family Cemetery.