Jules Verne

<b> Jules Verne </b><br>
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Two of Verne's works in particular, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" and "The Mysterious Island," have been key influences on "Lost." Though the submarine the Others used to get on and off the island was nowhere near as exotic as Captain Nemo's Nautilus, the visual was similar enough to evoke Verne. But more explicit references can be found to Verne's "Mysterious Island," which had its main characters arrive on the island on a hot-air balloon.

Jules Verne

Two of Verne's works in particular, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" and "The Mysterious Island," have been key influences on "Lost." Though the submarine the Others used to get on and off the island was nowhere near as exotic as Captain Nemo's Nautilus, the visual was similar enough to evoke Verne. But more explicit references can be found to Verne's "Mysterious Island," which had its main characters arrive on the island on a hot-air balloon.

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